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TELEPHONE, 332. 

ATLANTA^ - - - GEORGIA. 

€. I». MIIil-ER, P. H. >IIL,L,ER, H. J, FEAR, GEO. B. HINMAN, 

President. Vice-Prest. Manager. Superintendent. 

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Fr. BERCxNER & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF — 

fllbiims, Faney Gases 

miRReRS-?inD-Rev)GCTies. 



OFFKK AiND FACTORY, NEW YORK SALESROOM, 

308 W. PRATT ST., 506 BROADWAY. 

BAI/riMORK. I»II». JNEW YOKIi. 

WHITE-SMITH MUSIC PUBLISHING CO. 

C. A. WHITE, Prest. W. F. SMITH, Sec. 



PRINCIPAL OFFICES, SALESROOMS AND MANUFACTORY, 

BOSTON, - 7UVKSS. 



BRANCH HOUSES : 
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHIIiAOEEPHIA. 

8 EAST 17TH STREET. S AND 6 WASHINGTON ST. 1111 CHESTNUT ST. 

fi¥.\\ ORI.EA.\$«, 

14 BARONNE ST. 



The largest Catalogue of Standard and Popular publications in United 
States. Classical Works, Oratories Operas, celebrated foreign and domestic 
Instrumental and Vocal Methods. The famous Edition White-Smith, 
Proprietors of the "Folio," a monthly journal of musical events, and new 
music. Unlimited manufacturing facilities now enable us to constantly add 
to our Catalogue new publications at the average rate of one hundred pages 
per day, comprising cverj' form of music. IJeing an individual, distinctive 
American House, our chief aim is to sup})ly Americans with every form of 
musical publications needed. Our New (Jrlcans Branch is fully stocked and 
will sup})ly the immense Southern trade demands with the utmost prompt- 
ness. All our publications sent to any part of the United States l)y mail or 
otherwise. 

C. A. White, the celebrated song writer of the world, author of "Margue- 
rite," ''Madeline,' "Thou Art an Angel," "Marie," etc., is the senior mem- 
ber and President of this concern. 



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OFFICE AND BREWERY: 

CORNER COURTLAND AND HARRIS STREETS. 



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•'ftiropea^ Decorative parley (^oods," 

"|^a9dpai9ted Opal plaqtji^s a^d panels," 

jHaQdpaii^ted Oloue aQd jHai^dHerGl^eif Sa(:l7(?ts," 

J^a9dpai9ted 5earfs, Ete. 



WIRTHS BROTHERS. 



H. S. TAYliOR. C- IWEREUliO. 

eSTKBUISHED 1S50. 

H. S. TAYLOR & CO., 

IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS OF 



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J. S. BI^OOmHEflD- G- T. STI^HET. 

BROOMHEAD & STREET, 

(Successors to B. H. Broomhead) 

BUILDERS. 



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ATLANTA, = = GKOROIA. 



Estimates for Briek and ppame Buildings 
furnished on application. 




NOS. 39 TO 47 WEST ALABAMA STREET. 

OUR SPECIALTIES ARE: 

Milbuni Wagon Co.'s Carri- 
ages, Buggies, Spring and Farm 
Wagons, Buckye Buggy Co.'s 
Vehicles of every description. 
The latest novelties in domestic 
and foreign styles. McLear & 
Kendall's fine Carriages, Rock- 
aways, etc. 




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IF YOU WANT A VEHICLE OF ANY KIND SEE 
39 TO 47 CJUBST flIiABAmfl §Tt^EET. 



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OUR SPECIALITIES: 

"Writing Manillas, Plain and Coated Lithograjihic Papers, Flat and Ruled 

Writings, S. and S. C. Book, M. F. Book, No. '1 Book, Colored 

Mediums,White and Colored News, Manillas, Tissues, 

etc., etc. Samples on application. 



All Colops and LUeights of Blotting Paper in Stock. 

Vn. A. PONB S G0, 

In addition to their own very popular publications, 

keep all the Sheet Music and Music Books published 

in this country, together with the celebrated 

'Schuberth," "Boosey," "Peters," "Litolff," 

and all other principal foreign editions. 



New Illustrated Catalogue of Violins, Banjos, Guitars, 

Flutes, Harps, Cornets, Strings and all other 

Musical Instruments mailed free. 



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Oi various makes at Lowest prices. Write us if you intend purchasing. 



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IMPERIAL CREAM BREAD, 



CRACKERS, CANDY, CAKES, ETC. 



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25 VHlTCRALL STREET. 



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COPYING OLD AND FADED PICTURES A SPECIALTY. 



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TO mvm IS WELL, SUI TO ADVERSE WELL IS BETTER! 



WE MANUFACTURE A FULL LINE OF 

NOVELTIES, 

Yard Sticks, Rulers, Dominoes, Scholars Companions, Fence Board 
Signs, Oil Cloth and Printed Signs, Litliograph Goods of all kinds. 
Money Purses, Memorandum Books and variety of good articles. 
Something new all the time. We also manufacture the well known 
Perfection Soft and Peerless Flat Hard Wood Toothpicks, Cigar 
Lighters, Splints, etc. 



Will $ien(l Samples to the Trade upon Application. 



in£EI_I_SVII_I_E, N. Y., U. S. H. 

XD^A-TTTOlXr, OHIO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF TABLETS 

THAT WIN AND GO AROUND THE WORLD Namely: 





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Cut FloWei^g and Decollation^. 

OFFICE PHONE 109. GREEN HOUSE PHONE 39. 

BEDDING AND POT PLANTS OF ALL KINDS. 

DiScE, h. S }mM lU'i^'im Houss, U I Im St. 

J. M. nOBBM. W. E. l>OBBS. 

DOBBS LUMBER CO., 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE LOMBER 

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

Mantels, Door and Window Frames, 

Ipterior apd Exterior F'9'5l?' /T\oiJldi9^s, 
Orr^amei^ts, ^tc;. 



OFFICE, WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY 

COR. MITCHELL AND MANGUM STS., - - ATLANTA, GA. 



^e AtUmta City lUrcctoiy. 

BAI.ZAC' IK EK<.iI.ISH. 

But the time Should iiuw be ripe for the introduction of Kiiglinli-BpeaUing people to an 
author who by right of geniue stands alone among his conteniporarie«, and whose marvellous 
Unowledgc of human nature, subtle analytic power, encyclopiedic learning and brilliant 
descriptive talent nistify the daring comparison of his productive force with that of Shake- 
speare.— New YOKK TRiniNK. 

WORK94 OF HONOKE ]>R BALiZAC Translated by Eatharine Freicott Wormsley. 
Presenting Selections from the "Comedie Humaine," and including "Scenes from Paris- 
ian Life," "Scenes from Country Life," "Scenes from I'rovinciiil l,ife," "Philosophical 

Han'dsome 12mo volumes. Tniform in size and style. Half Russia. I'rice, .*1.5ii each. 
AERKADY PITBI.ISIIEI*. 

Pere <jioriot. Tlie Country Doctor. The lUaeic Nkiii. I>oiii)« liainbert, 

Eiieenie «iJraiide«. Tlie Two Bi otiier*. I»Io«l<'«><«' lliKiion. Bitre»uora«y, 

CouHiii Poii!». The Alkaliewt, Cousin ISoKe. Kerapliita, 

■>iioliiNH<' de Laiigeais, Rise aii<l I'all ol'«'e.«»!ir Birotteau. 

NoiiH ol' llie Noil, Fame and .Sorrow. 



OEORGE MEREDITH'S WORKS. 

Mr. George Meredith is the greatest English novelist living; he is probably the greatest 
novelist of our time. He is a man of genius, a literary artist, and ii truly great writer.— 
The Beacon. , , , . , 

Since the clays of Tliackeray, Dickens and George Ehot there has not appeared in the 
world of Kngl -li ticlion so coninianding a figure as the author of this volume, and all lovers 
of good literature (Uiirhi to ni;ike bis acc|U;iintance.— CincA<i0 .loi'RN.AL. 

A new complete rniform Edition of this great novelist's writings is now leady. 

TITEES: 



The Ordeal of Ricliard Feverel, Sandra Belloiii, Beauchamp's Career, 
Evan Harrington. Vittoria. The EeoiHt. Harry Riohinond, 

Rhoda Fleming, Biana of the Crossways, The Shaving of Shagpat* Farina. 

1(1 volumes. IL'mo. Cloth. Price, S2 (III per vohino'. 
1(1 volumes. 12mo. Half calf, extra. $2.'i 00 the set. 
10 volumes. 16mo. Popular American Edition. Price, $1.50. 
A fine descriptive catalogue mailed free on application. 

ROBEi.TS BR4MIIERS. Piihliishers BOSTON. MASSACHUSSETTS. 

S. P. RIGHARBS 5. SeN, 

gymnasiu m! BASE bF lL, CRICKET 

Foot Ball and Lawn Tennis Goods. 

BO/lfiC CC0UE5 ,\\y^\f(i TFKkE- ^te., ^te. 



We handle a full line of the celebrated A. J. Reach & Co.'s 
Philadelphia Goods, including the 

/1550CmTION DflLL, P/IT5, QL0YE5, 

MASKS, UNIFORMS, ETC. 



Atlanta City DirectoTy. •^^ 

BRUCE & MORGAN^ 

flpchiteets, 

ATLANTA, - - GEORGIA. 



Special Service In the Designing of PubUc Works, Chnrches, 
Schools, Colleges, Court Houses and Jails. 



CAN REFER TO MANY ERECTED IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. 

JOHN F. STEINHAUER, 

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PLUMBING, STEAM, GAS FITTING 






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TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOPINS, GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE WORI!. 

GAS FIXTURES A SPECIALTY. 



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FRANK B. HOBART & CO., 

nilES, COBMIIE, COTTON EOO 

BED % COMFORTS, ^ HAMMOCKS, e ETC. 



-AGENTS FOR- 

The Wilmington IVIills M'^'Q Co., the Hooven St flUison 
Co., the Elm plax niills. 



Thi' Elm Flax Mills Twines, Hooven & Allison Hemp Twines, Wilmington 

Jute Twines, Wool Twines, Hop Twines, Cotton Baling Twines, Sail 

Twines, Mattress Twines, Spring Twines, Seine Twine, Staging 

Twine, Gilling Thread, Shoe Thread, Trot Lines, Bag Strings, 

Cotton Kope, Manilla Rope, Sisal Rope, Jute Rope, Clothes 

Lines, Bed Cords, Sash Cords, Carpet Warp, Cotton 

Batts, Wadding, Wicks, Grain Bags, Bed 

Comforts, Hammocks, Halters, 

Tol)acco Twines, Wrapping Twines, Broom Twines. 



No. 92 WHITE ST., 



NEW YORK. 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

PUBLISHKRS OF 

STANI>AKI> KDITIONSOF 
FA9III.Y BIBI.EK. 

I'iiiely Ilhistrated, containing nu- 
merous helps to Bible Students, 



PULPIT BIBLES. 

I'.siieciallv for desk and pulpit use 
and for the various Societies and 
( )rders. For these purposes unsur- 
passed by any other edition. 

The iil)ove are always in demand 
as useful and elegant (jifts for 
weddings, holidays, and to 
churches and for lodge use. 



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PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS 

In large varieties of elegant bind- 
ings. College, Class and Club Al- 
liums made to order. 



ESTIIVinTES FUI^HISHED. 



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N I»I. GREEN. Prext. P. ROMARE. StfV. and Treas. 

ATLANTA GdANe GO., 

mAfJUFJ^CTUI^ERS OF 

EDDYSTONE GUANO 

JOHN M. GREEN'S FORMULA. 

And • Atlanta • Soluble • Bone. 



Office Rooms, 22, 23 and 24 Gate City National. Banii Building. 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



flTLiflNTfl, M M M « GEOf^GIA. 

THE WONDER OF THE CENTURY! 



ROYAL GERMETUER. 

CURE5 WITHOUT F/1IL 

Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Indigestion, Palpitation, Liver, 
Bladder and Kidney Diseases, Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Incipient 
Consumption, all Blood and Skin Diseases, such as Scrofula, Eczema, 
etc.. Nervousness, Loss of Vigor, Insomnia, Epilepsy, Bowel Troubles, 
Female Diseases, Erysipelas, Spinal Affection, Cancers and Tumors, Gas- 
tritis, etc. 

As a TONIC ABfI> IN VIGERATOR FOR FEEREE AVOITIEN it is without 

a peer, It cures by removing the Cfuise. Send Stamp for book of full 

l)articnlar8, ceriiticate of remarkable cnres, etc. 

B®-Beware of iniitatioiifit, and buy only I>R. KING'S ROYAE GER- 
METUER, nn«ler liis Re<l. Wliito and Blue Eabcl, with the lac- 
Miniile ot Dr. Kind's Si$f nature pasted over the cork, to 
counterleit which is unlawful. 



PRICE, $1.50 per Concentrated Bottle, which makes One Gallon of Medicine. 
FoF Sale by THE KING'S ROYflli GER]VIATUEH CO., Atlanta, Ga. 

*-- SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. • 

Call or send for book of particulars, containing many certificates of wonderful cures. 



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WILSON'S « COMPLETE « METHOD 

F=OR THE 

PIANO=FORTE. 

An Entirely New Book, Very Simple, Clear, Concise and Progressive. 

Particulxr sttlontion is oalleil to the many atltlitional feature!* of 
this work not found in similar piil>li(*ali«»ns. 



It Contains a ((inipleie and lucid de- 
scription of the rudiments of music. 

It t'ontains musical writing lessons 
of great valu ■ to the beginner in acijuir- 
ing a proper knowledge of the value of 
notes and rests, their position on the staff, 
etc., etc. 

It Contains numerous illustrations, 
showing the correct position of the fing- 
ers, hands and arms. 



It Contains a collection of instruct- 
ive and entertaining tour-hand exercises 
for Teacher and Pupil. A great assistance 
in acquiring the habit of observing correct 
time. 

It Contains many carefully selected 
solos in every style of playing, mostly 
new and popular for study and recreation. 

It Contains a dictionary of terms and 
expressions used in music. 



In fact, every subject is treated concisely, yet thoroughly and completely. 



Wilson's Complete Method is printed in the best style from new plates on 
fine quality of paper, has been very carefully prepared and revi.sed, and consequently 
free from errors. We claim it to be the most complete method now in the market 
and invite a careful examination of its many departments. 



PAPER, 75 CENTS. BOARDS, $1 .00. 

FOR SALE &Y S. P. RICHARDS & SON, ATLANTA, GA. 

FREE! FREE!! FREE!!! 

This {Season's Bfew Descriptive Catalog'ue 
and Price List of 

PLAYS, DRfllflftS, FARCES, 

Guide Books, Scenery (Paper), Speakers, 

Ethiopian Dramas, Tableaux Ligints, 

Colored Fire, Pantomime, 

BURNT CORK, WIGS, BEARDS, Etc. 

Largest Assortment in tlie World, including' many No\elties. 
In fact, evervtliiMg for .Vmateui- Tlu'atricals, 



SAMUEL FRENCH & SON, 

28 West 23d Street, - - NECU VOt^K- 



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Plans, Desigrns, Elevations, Specifications, Superintendence, Ventilation 
and Sanitation Correctly Executed. 




OODEICI I m, Uitttls, 



If you anticipate building or remodeling, it is well to remember that as much 
material and laiior is reijuired to build a distorted, unpleusing building, as for one 
attractive. Hence the first move by any one contemplating building, is to employ an 
experienced Architect, as he will relieve his employer of all trouble aud annoyance, 
saving the client several times the amount of the Architect's fees and preventing any 
errors during building operations, rendering the entire design well studied, pleasing 
aud architecturally constructed. I will furnish plans and drawings, in elevation and 
detail, with specifications, estimates and bills of material of every description, for 
Churches, Banking Houses, Schools, Villas, Cottages, Carriage Houses, Barns, Railroad 
Stations, Stores, Theatres, Opera Houses, Hotels, Monuments, etc. Special attention 
given to Ecclesiastical Architecture in all its details. 



Professional Charges of W, W, GOODRICH I SON, Architects, of Atlanta, Ba. 

For Preliminary Studies, General Drawing, Specifications, Details 

and Superintendence, Five per cent. 

I»AR.XIAI. SHRVICKS AS KOI^l^OlJVS: 

For Preliminary Studies, One per cent. 

For Preliminary Studies and General Drawings, ... - Two per cent. 

For Preliminary Studies, General Drawings and Specifi- 
cations, ----...--- Two and a half per cent. 

For Preliminary Studies, General Drawings, Specifi- 
cations and Details, Three and a half per cent. 

Charges are based upon the actual cost of building and fees are successively due 

in the order of the above classiMcation. 

HMicutt^Eellingrath, 

COOKINQ AND HEATING STOVES, 
MONITOR WEOUOHT IKON EANGES. 




Fine Hard Wood Mantels, 
Marbleized Iron Mantels, 
Club House Grates,' plain 
and enameled Grates. Tile 
Facing-s, Tile Hearths at 
Factory Prices. 



SANITARY PLUMBERS, 

STEAM AND GAS FITTERS. 

ARCHITECTURAL 

GALVANIZED IRON WORKERS 
AND TIN ROOFERS. 

Agents for Knowles' Steam 
Pumps, Dunning's Boilers, Mor- 
ris tt Tusker's Wrought Iron Pipe 
for Steam, Gas and Water, 
Climax Gas Engines, aud 

DEALERS IN 

Steam Fitters' and Plumbers' 
Brass Goods, Bath Tubs, Wash 
Basins, Marble Slabs, Water Clos- 
ets, Stoves, Ranges, Hot Water 
Boilers, Ftirnaces, Marbleized 
Iron and Slate Mantels, Gas Fix- 
tures, Pumps, Rubber Hose, etc. 
Plans aud Spccifi<'ations Fur- 
nished iiu Applicaticm. 

HUNNIGUTT &, BELLINGRATH, 

36 & 3S Feachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 



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DAVIDSON RUBBER CO., 

^MANUFACTURERS OFE 



pui^e Ijuni Bandg and l(ing? 



Patent Velvet Erasive Kubber, Velvet Typeuiritep Erasers, 

Penholders, Fountain and Stylogruphie Pens, Pencils, 

Inkstands, Halers, Copying Press Sheets, &e., &e. 

. ALSO • 

DRUGGIST, SURGICAL AND FINE GOODS BOTH IN HARD 
AND SOFT RUBBER. 



OFFICE, 19 MILK STREET. FACTORY, CHARLESTOWN DISTRICT. 

Practical Books for Practical People. 

PAYISE'S BUSII»iESS EOUCAXOR 

Is an euc\clopedia of the knowledge necessary to the conduct of business. Model Busi- 
ness Letters and Answers: Lessons in Penmanship; Interest Tables: Rules of Order 
for Deliberative Assembl es and Debating Societies; Tables of Weight and Measures, 
Standard and Metric System; Lessons in Type-writing: Dictionary of Mercantile 
Terms; Interest Laws of'the United States; Value of Foreign Gold and Silver Coins in 
the United States; Rules of Punctuation; Marks of Accent ; Dictionary of Synonyms; 
Copyright Law of the United States, etc., etc. iiiMking in all the most comjjlete self- 
educator published. Containing CiOn pages, bound in extra cloth. PKK'K. g2.00 

TRAINING FOR HEALTH, STRENGTH, SPEED and AGILITY. By 
.lohn P. Thornton. This volume, the work of a man of great experience, covers every 
point in athletic training of interest to the amateur, from excess of work to training 
for special contests. Kverv point is considered and the soundest advice given upon it. 
Illustnned. Cloth. -JDO pages. »1.00 

ELECTRIC BELLS AND ALL ABOUT THEM. S. R. Bottone. It is just 
the book needed by mechanics who have occasional rails up(m them to mount Bells 
and Bi'll-haiigers, Locksmilhs. etc.. who are not yet_!>c'iuainted with all the uses of the 
Electric Bell. I'.ic, i.aiics, ino illustrations. Cloth. 7.>c. 

BEALE'S CALISTHENICS AND LIGHT GYMNASTICS FOR 
YOUNG FOLKS. IJi Illustrations from Life by Photographic Process. Contain- 
inu Broom and Kan Drills. Marches, Fencing, Club, Wand and Dumb Bell Exercises, 
Suiminingand Music for Marching. This is the most comyilete work published on 
the subjei't. hid pa(,'cs. Boards. 75 cents. Cloth, 81.00 

EXCELSIOR SELECTIONS. A collection of the most popular and successful 
Readings and Recitations adapted for public or parlor entertainments. Besides the 
new and original pieces never before published in permanent form, this volume brings 
together many of the best selections of humerous, dramatic, .sentimental, patriotic, 
eloquent, pathetic and dialect pieces in prose and poetry. Containing :->m pages. 
Price, $I.OO 

These books are for sale by all Booksellers or sent post paid on receipt of Price. 
Fr<>e Catalogue npiiI to niiy a<ldreK!4. 

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Poptpaits # Photogpaphs 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION A SPECIALTY. 

BL-IE7VY St LEYH, 



FRETZElEBEiMIBCiEEBiEEE! 



1^3 TXT-EST :E=ETEI^S ST. 



BRANCH STORE, 427 W. PETERS ST. 



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-Piano. 



UNEXCELLED IN 

Povwer and ginging Qualities of *rone. Precision and 

Qelicacx/" of Touch, finish, durability and euery 

Qualitj/ Requisite in a first-class piano. 



S. p. RICHARDS & SON Sole Agents, 
7:^tl.h:ntm. - - CeORGIM. 

TJIXJSIO BQQKST 

0ur n®w Si"!^i"^ School goo^s^ 

The StaP of Bethlehem. 

Editeil by .1. H. IIAI.I., J. H. RUEBISH * AI.nilNE S. KIKFFKK. 

This book contains 192 pages of the VERY BEST music, suited to the wants of 
the singing school, Church and Sunday School. Price 7') cents per single copy or 
$7,50 per dozen. 



For the use of Singing Schools, Prayer Meetin 
ZION SONGSTER! 



Revivals, Choirs: 



AM>i:VE S. KIEI'FEK, 
E«lilor. 



No. I. (il pages. Price, 15 cents per copy, or $1.50 per dozen by mail 
No. 2. (14 pages. Price. 15 cents per copy, or fl..50 per dozen by mail 
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Tp Capital Female College, 

28 CAPITOL AVENUE, 



MISS LEONORA BECK, Principal. 



assistants: 

LITERARY. MUSIC. 

Miss Ada Brooks, Mrs. Hugh Angier, 

Miss Annie Lovvry, Miss Emma Hahr, 

Miss Lee Camp. Miss Maggie Hahr. 



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Miss Willette Allen. Miss Hattie Ellis. 



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Dr. I. S. Hopkins, Judge Jas. Boynton, 

Dr. J. W. Lee, Judge Jas. Hook. 

Senator J. B. Gordon, Prof. Geo. C. Looney, 

Gov. W. J. Northen, Dr. J. W. Heidt, 

Kev. Geo. K. Funsten. 

THE * DIXIE # DOCTOR; 

A MEIUCAI. .TOUKNAI., FOR THE BUSY PHYSICIAN. 



T. H. HUZZA, M. D, EDITOR, 

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o . BEFORE INSURING YOUR LIFE • . 
iHVESTIGflTE 

THE lilFE HATE EflDOWjVlEIlT PliAfi 



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of the principles of our plan. But there is no plan yet so simple as the 
Life-Kate Endowment, such as the Union Central has been issuing for so 
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We simply charge the ordinary life rate, the same as charged by this 
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it in full. We never make any partial settlements; our policies, whether 
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either with limited payments or otherwise, so our Life-Rate Endowment 
Polices are within the reach of all, and there is no other company in the 
field that issues a policy of the same kind that will be paid in full as an 
Endowment in the same time, and at the same price, nor one in which the 
profits are so large. 

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TOYS, all conceivable popular styles. 

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:aiholesale and Retail Speeialties. 



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and o ther Special Services. Agents wanted for our fast-selling subscription Books, 

Standard Pictorial Parallel Family Bibles, The Great Invasion, 

Journeyings In the Old World, 

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The First Colored Undertaker who Graduated from the Clark School of Embalming 
in tieorgia. 




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Funerals and Everything Pertaining thereto Conducted in a Strictly First- 

Class Manner. I guarantee the Perfect Preservation of all 

Bodies Embalmed in my Establishment. 



Dealer in Fine Gaskets, Coffins and Robes of Every Description. 

93 SOWTH F=RYOR STREET. 

K^ J. DGCBRIDGG, 

The Anatomical and Premium 

Boot and Shoe Maker, 



Guarantees all Fits and Perfect 
Satisfaction. 



I am at my old stand where I 

have been for Sixteen years. 

If you desire anytbini^ in 

my line call and see 

me at 



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Reliable • Carpenter • Organs, 




MANUFACTURED BY 

E. P. CARPENTER CO., 

BRATTLEBORO,VT.,U. S.A. 



The instruments are strictly 

HIGH GRADE 

AND 

WAHRAHIED FOR 3 mil 



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^^^ S. P. RICHARDS & SON, 

36 WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 

General Southern Representatives. 

THE BEST MS IN THE WORLD 

ARE 

The Campion Violet Writing and Copying Fluid, 

Levi son's Combination Writing and Copying Fluid, 

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t^APHAELi TUCK & sons, 



A rtistie)l(QI?ristmas^90^ 

FINE IWONOGHHOfflE AND GOLOK GIFT BOOKS. 

Landsciipe, Figtirc and Flower Studies, by emiucnt Artists, tor painting in Oil and 
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flt^tistic Gems on Porcelain, 

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a AMATEUR-PHOTO -^g 



MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 

Photographie flpparatos and Supplies. 

Detective and View Cameras in great variety. Sole Agents fi)r 
the celebrated DalLMEYER LENSES. 

TRY ANTHONY'S CLIMAX NEGATIVE FILMS. 



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Gardnep, Pgne ^ Gardner, 

^ At^CHlTECTS. (^ 

Eugene C. Gardner, 

Mem. Boston See. Archts. 

Geo. R. Pyne, 

Geo. C. Gardner. 



offices: 



26.] PeaehtPee StPeet, 
33 layman Stfeet 



RTUAflTA, GA. 
SPRirJGFIELiD, ]VIASS. 



W. B. POLiK, IVIanagen. 



A. B. FIjOWEF^S, Supt. 



EbEGTRlCAL N0VELTY VBRKS, 



IVlAflUrACTURERS OF- 




Oynamos and 
gleetrie TWotors^ 

Polk's Improved Storage Battery, de- 
livered at a Nominal Figure per 
Month for Sewing Machines 
and Dental use. I'attern 
Making of all Kinds. 
Models Made of Wood and Metal. 
Electrical Work of every descrip- 
tion Done. Repairing a 
Specialty. General .Joh 
Work Neatly Done. 



114 MARIETTA ST 

ATLiAI^TA, GEOlRCIfl. 




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Atlanta Sam Works, 

J. p. IVIeVEY, Ppoppietop 

Manufacturers of every variety of 




Planer and ]VIoalding Kiiives. 

.\LSO liE.VI.ERS IN" 

Rubber and Leather Belting, Gummers, 
Swages, Files, Emery Wheels, Etc. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO EEPAIE NS, 
All work at lowest prices and fully war- 
ranted. Write for Catalogue. 

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THE ^TLAIJTIG UiORKS, 



INCORPORATED 1853. 



60 to 76 Boi^der gt fiast goston, 7V\,ass. 



BUILDERS OF 



SteaiTEisMps, Tow Boats and %i%m Yaclits 

IWarine Engines, Boileps, Tanks and Genepal ffiaehinepy. 

ManufaetufeFs of the "Dooley Paper Glitters" 




CAIRTEI^'S 



style A— Bottle 50 per cent larger 
iliaii other brands, streteher to hold 

loth when working pen-holder &nd 
I id pen-. 

style B— Bottle alone in special 
Imix! Korsak'by the manufacturers. 

Style (' — An oblong; cardlioard box 
with polished wooilen stretcher, si.x 
of these fastened to an ornamental 
card and mounted as an easel. 



CARTER, DINSMORE & CO. 

Boston, n®^ yorl^ and C^^'c^^^o, 

AND BY 

S. P. t^ICHAf^DS 8t SOH, 

flTliHNTA, « „ - - GEORGIA. 

_ Who Also Have a Full Line of CARTER'S Inks. Writing Fluids and Mucilage. 
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A. C. FARRAR & CO., 

Brokerage and Commission, 



FIiOUH, CHAIN, HflV AND PROVISIONS, 



DAiZID P. NOLHN 




Hopse Shoeing" a Specialty. 



REFAIE WORH F!l01iFTl7 ATTENDED TO, 



>'one but Experiencd Workmen 
Employed. 



169 DIARIETTR ST., ATLANTA, CA. 



J. M. GRAY, 



-Homeieopathic- 



?Eteriii!iry- Surgeon. 



EESIDENOE : 173 SPRING STREET. 

OFFICE: Stewarts Eowden'sStaWes, 

22 WEST ALABAMA ST. 



ATliflHTfl, Gfl. 

Manufacturer of Pollard's Patent Horse and Mule Feed. 



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THE PIERCE & BUSHNELL MAN'F'6 CO., 

m PIIIES ill MimCMEES 



^PHOTOGHflPHS IN fliili SIZES,f:J 



Mezzoiypes. Pastel Paintings of Fish. Game. Fruit and Natural Scenery. Colored 

Crayons of Celebrated Pictures and Portraits. Photograph Frames in 

all Styles, Leather and Chamois Novelties for Stationers, 

Photographers and Art Dealers. 



Picture Mouldings in Gold, Silver, ivory and Hard Woods. 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAKING FRAMES THAT 
HARMONIZE WITH THE FUTURE. 



i SEND F=iOR OUR "NO T^TON KEYING" SGRieS. 



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>^ THE ATLANTA 

Jledieal ^ Sargieal Joarnal 



KSTAISLIKHEU 1855. 



editors: 



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H. V. M. MILLER, M. D., L, L. D. 
VIRGIL 0. HARDON, M. D. 




'PROPRIETORS AND MANAGERS 

F. W. McRAE. M. D. 

L. P. KENNEDY, A. M., M. 0. 

M. B. HUTCH INS, M. D. 



SUBSCRlPTIOfl Pt^ICH $2.50 PEFJ AHH^IVl. 



Advertising Hates on Applieattion.^ 



Has the Largest Bona Fide Circulation. 


<\ND IS THE B 


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ING MEDIUM IN THIS 

63 1-2 Whitehall St. 


SECTION 

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Box 431. 



Atlanta ploral Bazaar, 

EDWARD WACHENDORFF, Propr. 

170 West Simpson Street, Telephone 310. 




Cut Roses, iind Roses for Planting out a Specialty. Largest Collection of 

Green House and Budding out Plants, ShadeTrees, 

Bulbs, Shrubs and Evergreens. 

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HOL.YOKE. TV^HSS.. 



piiflT flflD pOliDED 






find Bristol Boards of all Ceseription. 

THE S. T. SMITH CO., 

^to. 14 Papk Place, fleui YoPk City. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

vmm mm or iii Eimi 

^fbe best Ribbons G^irbon, 7Vlci"i^ol^ ^^^ 
• tinen papers for all tbe leading 

Typewriter maebines. 

RAILROAD TRAIN ORDERS A SPECIALTY. 

We would call your attention to our "Smith Ribbons;" Indelible 
Copying, Black Record, Black Copying Purple, Black Coping (ireen, Pur- 
ple Copying, Blue Copying, Blue Record, Purple Record, Green Copying, 
Green Record, Red, Brown and all colors for the Remington, Caligrapli, 
Hammond, Smith Premier, National, Hand Stamp and all other machines. 
Pads for the Yost Typewriter and all Pad machines. 

PliEASE SENB FOR OVR NEW PRICE EIST. 



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13 KELLY ST., Rear Fair St. School, Atlanta, Ca. 

Bedding and Greenhouse Plants in >* 
Great Profusion. v5 



LARGE BHim OF POT MTS AID Wmil 

Cut plouieps, OeeoFations, Bouquets, and Baskets fop Enteftainments 
and Funerals flppanged to Ordep. 



These beautiful and productive nurseries are of easy access, on the Fair Street Dummy 
Line, and all Lovers of Floriculture should not fail to pay them a visit, as 

it is one of the handsomest gardens in Atlanta, teeming with 
almost every variety of flowers and shrubbery. One of the noted wonders 

of this garden is the large Marchel Neil Rose Vine, which from one 

bush forms an arbor 2tix34 feet, filling one entire hot house, and from 

which between seven and eight thousand buds have been gathered at one crop. 



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No. 49 WEST HUNTER STREET. 



Cures Contracted Feet, Corns, Split Hoofs, Qiuarter Cracks, Thrush and 

Stop Interfering, and keeps the Feet in Good Healthy Condition, 

by a Practical and Skillful Style of Shoeing. All Work gets my 

Special Attention I have in connection a Repair Shop 

for the Accommodation of my Customers. 



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ESTABLISHED 1873.— -^' 1=: » ' 

DAILY CAPACITY 10,000 POUNDS. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



i>roA-ivrv«s «& oo. 



OflK GROV E miLtLtS, ^ 



-Manufacturers of- 



Bidders' Boards, /Alburn Board$, 

CLOTH MAK'F'RS BOARDS, TRUNK BOARDS, PAIL BOARDS, 

And Boards of all Kinds for Special Purposes. Etc.. to Order. 

CUTTER TOWER CO., 



:ESTABLISHED 1845. 



-jl^^LAEOaST ilANUFACTUKEES OF— /c- 



Wood Tooth Picks, 




IN THE WORLD 

ALSO MAHUPA0TTOEE3 OF - = 




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THE SOUTHERN INDUSTRIAL MONTHLY. 



Published by the Dixie Company. 

ALEXANDER P. HULL, President. 



rOR ADVERTISING RATES ADDRESS 

TH© Dixie COTVTPT^NV. Atlanta, Ga. 

GEORGE H. RUHMANN, 



DEALER IN- 



Whiskies, Wine s, Beer, Porter and Al e, 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 
3 E. Wall street, ATLANTA, CA. 

THB SUNNY SOUTH 

J. H. SEALS & CO., Proprietors. 
100,000 READERS. 



THE GREAT SOUTHERN FAMILY WEEKLY. 



The ouly literary and the only illustrated weekly paper in the South. The only 
paper in the world which comple'tely covers the entire South and Southwest, and for 
over fifteen years has been one of the leading factors in the general development of th e 
South. Send for Sample Copies free. 




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-LATEST 



VOCAI.. 

Album of Sixteen Songs, for medium 
or low voice, Ad. Jensen, Ed. Las- 
sen and Joachim Raff Net, Sl.OO 

Adams F. Normau, song from Bulwer- 
Lvtton's Romance, "The Last Days 
of Pompeii," Op. 26. 

1. The Blind Flower-Girl's Song. 
Range B to G Sharp 35 

2. Hymn to Eros. (Quartette for mix- 
ed voices.) 8vo Net, 10 

3. The Anacreontic. (Unisonal Male 
Chorus.) .svo. Net 10 

4. Nydia's Love Song. Range two 
octaves, B flat to B flat 50 

5. The Funeral Dirge. (Three part 
chorus for women's voices). Svo, Net, 10 

Anthem : Hear my Cry, O God. (Bass 
Solo and Quartette.) Op. 25, Svo, Net, 15 

Blumenchein, W. L. Three Songs. Op. 
25. 

1. Wherever I Wander. Range E to A 

or G 35 

2. Ever True. Range E flat to A flat... 35 

3. Goodnight Dear Heart. Range E 
flat to G or A flat 35 

Campion, Edward. There Little Girl 

Don't Crv. Range D to F 35 

Chaminade,"C. Near Thee (Aupres de 

ma mie.) Range E to F. Sharp JO 

Godard, Benj. Prayer from Jocelyn. 

Range D flat to A flat 40 

Holmes, Augusta. O Spirit Bright. 

(Hymne a Eros.) Range E flat to F, 60 
Devotion. (En Chemin.) Range E 

flat to G flat 50 



PUBLICATIONS. 

Maiichi'ster, A 
Rang 



L. Cradle Song. 
K flat to E flat 35 

Smith, Wilson (i. Look in my Heart. 
Range D flat to G 50 

Sternberg, Constantine. Sweetheart 
Goodnight. Op. 61. Range C to F 
Sharp .50 

Thome, P'rancis. Love Sonnet. (Son- 
net d'Amour.) Range B flat to F... 35 

Vidal, Paul. New Springtime. (Print- 
emps Nouveau.) Range D to G 50 

Wolcott, J. T. Three Songs, Op. 3. 

1. The Sunbeams are Sleeping. Range 

E flat to E flat .50 

2. To my Loved One. Range E flat to 



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3. Kiss me Soft. Range D to G or F 

Sharp 

INSTRUMEBfTAIi. 

(PIANO SOLO.) 

Dreyshock, Felix. Selected Composition. 

Dedicace 50 

Valse '. 75 

Serenade 50 

Gavotte 50 

Polka 50 

Nocturne 50 

Rehm, W. C. Pensee Fugitive. Op. 6, 35 
Smith, Wilson G. Valse Scherzando. 

Op. 29. New Edition 50 

Sarabande Moderne. Op. 30. New 

Edition 50 

Sternberg, Constantin. Pensierosa. 

Morceau Instructif. Op. 62 40 

Air de Dance. Op. 63 40 



A number of interesting novelties are in press. 

FOR SAIiE IJ4 ATUHNTA BY 

PHILLIPS & CREW. S. P. RICHARDS & SON. 

flmerieai) Straui Board Go. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Strau; Boards 




^ mJL ¥/MllETlES @r HILL PQi^MBS. 

GENERAL DEALERS IN 

BOOK BINDEHS' vm PflPEH BOX |WRKEHS' SUPPLIES 
101 and 103 Walnut St., Cineinnati, Ohio. 



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If you wish a First-Class Carriage Coupe or Hack 

Heliable Im 

AND 

Prompt Attention 




Leave your orders with 



fl. G. BflLtlifll^D, 1 TELEPHONE 215. f Dupaiids Restaupant. 

BUILDER OF 



50 

W. Peters 

Street. 




Telephone 
554. 



Fine Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Drays, Carts, Etc. 

KEPAIRI><; AM> FINK PAINTING NEATLY DONK. 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER 




Puts up Work with a guarantee 

of Fitting and giving 

Satisfaction. 



WorkOoneWitUispitcli 



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Repairing Neatly Done 

Atlanta, Oeopgia, 



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a^ATLANTA NEWSPAPER aNieN,^> 

H. D. WAKEFIELD. Manager. 



Iwspajisr Friiitsrs, FuUiskrs ^^^ St5rsolj(ers. 



114^, 116 RfJD 118 liOYD STREET, 



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liadies and Gents' Wigs niade to O^dep. 

MEMENTO HAIR WORK A SPECIALTY. 

42^ ttlHITEHflLIi ST., HiPseh Building, - RTLflNTR, GEOHGIfl. 



THE 



Bateheps 



C. A. RAUSCHENBERG & CO., 



-Dealeps in Fine^ 



TsnnssssekfpPorl;, Mutton anil Mmidiictursrs o[ limii 

133 Whitehall Street, Telephone 466, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

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^CRIOHTON'S SCHOOL-^ 

-OF 



•»-^t^'»-^<i^»- 



ig»g-«-<^*g^ 



SHORTHAND. 



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i^Kra^x 



49 Whitehall Street, 



ATLANTA, CA. 



If you want to le arn Shorthand the first thing to be done is to select a 
School; one that has some standing, r emembering always that idle boasts 
are easily made, but teaching Sh orthand is an art, a science, a business . 

Examine carefully into the claims of teachers and s elect one as care- 
fully as you would a physician. 

Our CATALOGUE will be sent FBEE to any address, and may 



be it would pay you well to get one and read it. 



oil 



SPENGERIAN 
TEEL PENS 

Are the Best , 

IN THE ESSENTIAL. QUALITIES OF 

Durability, Evenness of 
Point, and Workmanship. 



COMMERCIAb 

.^i^^^^jj^iia{3vr.>«,-'.SieJN',BWar'!e;RiKJ 




NO. 3. OOMMESCIAL. Point medium; and 
easy- writing Business Pen. 



NO. 35. EOYAL. Lonf; flexible blunt point 
the Sermonizer. 



i^;aANGULARPEO 



NO. 36. ANGULAR. Broad smooth iiuints; 
the .Vttorney's Pen. 



Sample sent pJ^EE on Pe« 

eeipt of petupn postage. 

2 Cents. 



The Spencerian Pen Co., - 810 Broadway, N. Y. 



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y\L. L. REEDER, 

33 SOUTH BROAD STREET. 




\Vhi)lcsale and Ketail Manufacturer of Fine Hand-Made 

SADDLES AND HARNESS, 



W. A. PlTTfnHfl- 



CU. R. HEmPHILiLi, Or 



r'l'T'TlVIA.Iv: «Ss CO., 

eONTRAGTQRS I BtilliBERS, 




auss£u-^f'Ji:Mif>'^'^o/i^ 



Rough and Dressed Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc. 



TEijEZPiaioitTE: lo-S-o. 



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^iNIXON & LINDSEY.-K^ 



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Pf^ELiUVIiriflHV STUDIES O^ SHO^T NOTICE. 

FULL AND COMPLETE DKAWINGS executed with itemized esti- 
mates for all kinds of Buildings fui'nished at moderate terms. Designs 
for Churches, Schools, Public Buildings, Kesidences and City Street 
Fronts executed in all styles. Manufactories, Mills and Warehouses, with 
all machinery, drawn out practically with every kind of building construc- 
tion. All Monumental, Cabinet and Interior Work carefully designed and 
executed. 

STUDIO; 155 SOUTH BROAD STREET. 



COI^Tf^flTOf^. 



-^I^uilder and gtair IJuilder,}^ 

-STONE AND BRI€K WORK A SPECIALTY.— 



56BLACKM0NST.. ATLANA.GA. 



THE ARLIflGTOfi, 

67 MARIETTA ST. 

A First-Class Family Hotel. 




EVERYTHING NEW. 

Rooms Delightful and Elegantly 
I'urnislied. Accommodalion strictly 
Firt^t-Class and Prices Reasonable. 



L. M. DIMICK. Propr. 



ATLANTA. GEORGIA. 



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35 LEONARD STREET, 
•--•T^I^OR iA/^07UYEN KISD GIRLS. ♦t'^' 



preparatory, normal and ^i^ber no^^rnal 
and Scientific G^urses. 



NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Special atter^tior) <^iuei7 to tl^e preparation of pupils for 
teaQy)\v)<^. Jo ti^is epd a |^or/T^al JraiQi9($ ^q\}oo\ is <^OT)r)(^Q\:ed 
u/itJ? tl?e Se/T)ii7ary. 



LANGUAGES. 



f[\oderv) l^T)<^uz(^e& av)d I^atip tauc^l^t to aduaipei^d 5tud(?Qts 
u;t?er7 desired. 



INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. 

f\ pro/T\i[7ei7t f(?ature. lQStruetior> is (^iuer) irj QooKiO"?, 
U/as}?io($, Irooir><$, Ql^a/nber U/orH, S(?u;ir7<5, Dr(?ss-fT\aKio(5, 
pri9tiQ<^,51?ortl7and ar^d Jypi^vuritiQc^. J^e ^p elmaQ /T\essep<$(^r, 
aQ eic^l^t pac^e pap(^r, is issu(^d /T\on>tJ?\y. 



Training School Eor Nurses. 

f\ department vuitl? tu;o eour&q^s, professional apd non- 
professional. f\ small vuard is attael7<^d u/l^ere praetieal 
worK is tauc^l^t. f\ course of lectures is (^iuen by prominent 
pf^ysieians of tf?e city durin<$ tl?e entire term. 



BOARD AND TUITION. 

S<^uen Dollars p(^r montl? in aduanci?; oi:\)(^r\jj\se Seui^n 
Dollars and a J^alf. 



Street Cars run every tifteen minutes from the corner of Broad and 
-Marietta Streets directly to Leonard Street. 

For Catalogues and further information, address, 



MISS S. B. PAC 
MISS H. E. GILES 



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CORNER BOULEVARD AND HOUSTON, 



HTLHNTH, CA. 



-^^cademic faeultj/.^: 



Rt. rev. WESLEY J. GAINES. D. D. 
President anp General Agent. 

A. St. GEORGE RICHARDSON, B. A„ Principat., 
Professor of Classics and Higher Mathematics. 

Mrs. ALICE D. CARY, 

Instructress in English and Mathematics. 

Miss JULIA LA CADD CALDWELL, 

Instructress in Science and English I^kanches. 

Miss ANNIE B. THOMAS, 
Prkceptrkss OF Primary Department and Secretary of thk Faculty' 

Miss FLORENCE MARTIN, 
Instructress in English Branches. 

Mrs. CLARA D. HOLMES, 

Instructress in English Branches. 

Rev. S. H. ROBERTSON, 
General Superintendent and Treasurer. 



Fall Term begins September 2, 1889. 
Vacation, December 21, one week. 
Winter Term begins January 2, 1890. 
Vacation, last week in March. 
Spring Term, April i, 1890. 
Term Examinations and Closing Exercises, 
last week in May. 

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ATLANTA UNIVERSITY 



ATLANTA, 



GEOROIA. 



TO STUDENTS. 

Atlanta University offers an education in all 
Studies from the Primary school up through Gram- 
mar, Normal and Collegiate courses, together with 
industrial training in Carpentry, Blacksmithing, 
Farming, Printing, Cooking, Sewing and Dressma- 
king, at a total cost of from $80 to $90 a year for each 
Student, including furnished room and board for 
eight months. 



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To Capitalists. 

The education which Atlanta University gives 
to the needy people of the South renders your invest- 
ments in this region more secure, increases the demand 
for the merchandise which you desire to sell, and 
renders more intelligent and efficient the labor that 
you employ. An endowment of at least $2oO,( )( )( ) is 
needed to put the institution on a secure and perma- 
nent basis. Address 

Reu. ^oraee JJumstead, Q. Q., president. 



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Atlanta Baptist Seminapy, 

WEST EJSID OF FHIR STF^BET, 

ATLANTA, GKORGIA. 



ORGANIZED 1867. INCORPORATED 1879. 



FOR THE EDUCATION OF COLORED MEN. 




The course of study covers eight years, and includes Preparatory, Normal. Classical 

and Theological Departments, and is designed to fit its pupils for business life, 

the profession of teaching or the work of the Gospel Ministry. 

Kev. Geo. Sale, B. A., President. ' 
Kev. Samuel Graves, D. D., Professor in Theology. 
A. T. VonShulz, B. S., Professor Natural Sciences. 
Wm. E. Marshall, A. M., Professor of Classics. 
Kev. William E. Holmes, A. M., Protessor of English 

Literature and History. 
Mrs. a. T. Von Shulz, Assistant in English. 
George F. Brown, Instructor in Music. 
John J. Mitchell, Assistant in English and Mathematics. 
"William E. Holmes, Librarian. 
Miss Marie A. Barbour, Matron 



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W. fl. HICKMAN, A.M., D.D., President, Professor of Mental and 

Moral Philosophy. 
W. H. CROGMAN, A.M., Professor of Latin and Greek and Librarian. 
D. MOURY, M.U., - Professor of Physiology and College Phj-sician. 
THOMAS A. FORTSON, A.M., - - - - Professor of Mathematics. 

D. C. JOHN, A.M., D. D., Professor of Natural Science. 

W. N. CLIFFORD, - Principal of Normal and English Departments. 
MRS. E. W. JOHN, - Professor of History and English Literature. 
J. E. McMULLAM, A.B., Principal of Night School and Teacher in 

English. 
H. O. TANNER, Principal of Art Department and Professor of Drawing. 
M. LOUISE LINEBARGER, - - Principal of Music Department. 
A. D. HOUGHTON, M.E., - - - Superintendent of Trade Schools. 
MRS. J. D. SPEER, Superintendent of School of Domestic Economy. 

SIBYL E. ABBOTT, A.M., - - Teacher in English. 

LOUISA SMITH, A.B., Teacher in English. 

MARIE I. HARDWICK, - - - Teacher in English. 

MRS. J. S. ROBERTS, - Matron. 

PERRY E. PCJWELL, ------------- Registrar. 



^ Go^i'ses of Study. 

Theological, (Gammon Theological Seminary,) 
College Classical. Academic, College Philosophical, 

College Scientific, Nurse Training, 

Normal, Industrial, Music. 



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Tuition for Day Students, §1.00 per calendar month. 
For Board, Furnished Room, Fire, Lights, Tuition, etc., per 
calendar month, $10.00. 

STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. 

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SAUGERTIES, - NEW YORK. 



-mRfiUF«CTUi^ei^s op 



Coated, Lithograph, Enameled Book, 



— . .^M^^>_»^._ .^^ 



CHROMO FLATE FAFERS 



HND CARD BOKRD 

IN WHITE, TINTS AND COLORS. 



Translucents, Spistol Blanks, 



f^ailt'oad Tough Checks, Etc. 



Our prices may be cut unrler at times but we always stand ready to meet the 
market on price and quality. When we cannot meet prices yoti 
can rest assured others are sacrificinR on stock to com- 
pete with our quotations. 

QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY, IS WHAT WE SEEK. 

MARTIN CANTINE, Treasurer. 



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NICK HOLMES, 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 



GUARANTEES 
ALL WORK. 



83 Broad St., ATLANTA, GA. 



^v:bk^. \sr. i^iivoh:, Tailor, 

NO. 8 MTAI^XOI^J STRBET. 




Suits Gat and Ittade to OrdeF. 



Special Attention Given to Repairing, Etc. 



A NICE LINE OF SAMPLES ALWAYS ON HAND. 



J. ^\.ivK^x:^\.:Nri>E^i^, 



PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH 



Horse 8hoeing, Truck Building, Repairing Vehicles and General 
Blacksmithing Promptly executed and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

COR. LINE AND IVY STREET, 



ATLANTA, GA. 



7% Whitehall Street, Hoom 24 & 25 Up Stairs. 

Picture Frames Made in all Styles, all Sizes. 



DEALS IN 



Window Shades, Lace Curtains, White Spreads, Comforts and House Pictures. 



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Almost goes alone. 



mi TDEEE inO Em IIOIT LUMPS, 

All the care it wants is 
filling and wiping ; five 
minutes a day is enough 
for that ; no knowledge or 
skill required — the Pitts- 
burg. 

There are a dozen other 
central-draft lamps, all 
troublesome, foul by habit, 
with dirt-pockets, hard to 
clean, offensive in smell, 
exacting, perplexing, one 
must serve an apprentice- 
ship at them, but they were excellent lamps last 
year. 

The Pittsburg pours forth a flood of mellow light, 
as much as eighty candles together, and costs two- 
thirds of a cent an hour for oil, the lamp itself from 
$2.oO to $oO, according to style — the cheapest as 
good as the costliest — not so pretty — best in the 
w^orld. It is indeed a wonderful Lamp and costs no 
more than the troublesome ones. 

You can see it at any good store where lamps are 
sold — a store six months behind is not ;.i good store. 
Two Sizes : One for family use, to hold three pints 
of oil and burn twelve hours ; the other for public 
use, to hold a gallon, burn eleven hours, and give 
the light of three-hundred candles. 

Three kinds of family lamps as to holders : vases, 
twenty-inch stands for the dining table, five-foot 
stands for the floor. 

We will send you a primer ; but buy 
of your neighbor merchant. 

PITTSBURG BRASS CO., 

RITTSBURC, RK. 




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Gate City Electric Supply and Construction Co. 

J. B. MOLLIS, General Manager. 



Electrical Engineers and Contractors, 

Hotels, Residences and Factories Equipped with Electric Bells, 

liigrhts and Watchman Time Detectors. We make 

a Specialty of Isolated Electric Ligrht Plants. 



[•A COMPLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES ALWAYS IN STOCK.i 



P. O. Box 154, 27 mfll^IETTA STl^EET. 

Thefflash Hoaeh ]ttanaf aetuFing Company 



WASH ROACH, Proprietor. 



Model and Pattern Makers, 

163 MARIETTA STREET, 
Opposite Atlanta Cotton Mills, ATLANTA, GA. 

LEON ISAACS & CO., grouno points. 

Warranted to Run Uniform manufacturers of 

'"-'"»»« GLUCINUM PENS 

Copjrightei 1882. by Leon 'saac: & Co., and Registered at Patent Offict in Washington, D. C. 

54 NORTH FIFTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 

No. 7. The well-known Falcon. No. 7. Extra Fine Stub. 

No. 2. Double Elastic. No. 8. One Slit and Smooth. 

No. 3. Extra Fine Points. No. 9. Circular Point Stub. 

No. 4. Swan Quill; for Commercial Use. No. 10. Extra Elastic Fine Points. 

No. 5. The Lawyers' Stub. No. 11. Extra Elastic Medium Points. 

No. 6. Posting Pen, or Lady Falcon. No. 12. Our New Falcon Stub. 

The Cluclnum Pens are Acknowledged the Best Series 
of Steel Pens in the IVIarket. 



The Trade is Cautioned Against Unscrupulous Parties Misrepresenting Us. 

Every Box Bears the Facsimile of Our Signature. 

Sample Cai>ds xxxili b« Sent pvee on Hpplieation, 



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T|1E GEOHGlfl PACIFIC RY. 

ATLANTA AND TEXAS SHORT LINE. 



THE GEORGIA PACIFIC RAILWAY 

IS THE SHORT LINE TO 

Birmingham, Ala., Annision, Ala., 

Columbus, Miss., Memphis, Jackson, Miss., 

Vicksburg, Miss., Natchez, Miss., Shreveport, La. 

And all Points in Mississippi and Northern Louisiana and Texas. 



THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE BETWEEN 

ATLANTA AND SHREVEPORT, 

AND BETWEEN 

ATLANTA AND BIRlVLINaHAM: 



FAST SCHEDULES AND CLOSE CONNECTIONS. 



T/CKETS ON SALE IN THE UNION DEPOT. 



For Rates and All Informtion, Apply to the Company's Offices i 

ATLANTA, GA., BIRMINGHAM, ALA., 

KIMBALL HOUSE. COR. 22d ST, AND Ut, AVE. 



G. B. MANLEY, G. S. BARNUM, S. H. HARDWK'K, 

Gen'l Ageut, Gen'l i^reight Agt. Gen'l Pass Agt., 

Atlanta, Ga, Birmingham, Ala. 

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(GEORGIA RAILROAD.) 






THE FAMOUS FAST LINE 



V I A 

ATLANTA AND AUGUSTA, 

And is the SHORTEST and QUICKEST by many 
hours between all Points 

WEST AND NORTHWEST 

And Augusta, The Sand Hills of Augusta, Ca., 
Crovetown, Ca., Ailcen, Charleston, Beau- 
fort, Columbia, and other points in 
THE CAROLINAS. 

DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS \ 

TO A>D FROM ^ 

KTLHNTM 5d KUGUSTK. ^^ 

Only Five Hours and Tvrenty Minutes betvreen Augusta and At anta. 
FOR ELEGANCE AND COMFORT THE 

DAY COACHES and SLEEPING-CARS 

ON THIS LINE CANNOT BE SURPASSED. 

«WThis is the ONLY LINE between the WEST. NORTH and 
NORTHWEST and AUGUSTA, AIKEN, CHARLESTON and FLORIDA 
POINTS by which Passengers c n visit en route the Cities of ATLAN- 
TA and AUGUSTA WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSE. 

J. W. GREEN, Gen. Mgr. E. R. DORSEY, Gen. Pass. Ag-t. 
JOE. W. WHITE, Trav. Pass. Agt., 



Athnda Citi/ Dlreetorij. 



15 Years Experience in All Orders Promptly and Care- 

the Business. fully Attended to. 



J. B. BOiAiEN, 

PRACTICAL SANITARY PLUMBER 

AND CAS FITTER, 

OTTO von KOEfllTZ, 

Portraits in Oil, Water Color, Pastell or Crayon 

IN THE MOST PERFECT AND ARTISTIC EXECUTION. 
NIndio, Room 68 Gould Building:, Decatur St., 

TAKE ELEVATOR. 

-$'MRS. J. E. KRElS,f^t^ 



CLEANING AND DYEING. 



No. 11 WEST PETERS |STREET, 

ATLANTA, - - - - GEORGIA. 



FREXCII AM> ENGLISH SPOKEN. 



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NEAR ATLANTA, GA. 

BREEDER OF 

A. •»• J. •»■ C. •»• C. •»• J ERSEYS. 

Cotus, Heifers and Bulls for Sale. 
ALL OF THE BEST MILK AND BUTTER STRAINS. 




W. R. JONES, 

piiactical pd!m, 

And Dealer in All Kinds of Plain 
and Oruamentai Roofing' 



Jol:l:iiig of All Kinds Promptly Attended to. 

12 LOYD STREET. 
P. 0. box 316. ATLANTA, GA. 



J. M. Bi. ELME, 



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Teael^er of prepel?, Qermap apd flQiJSie, 



9 LIBERTY STREET. 



HR. CHA5. R. JDLLY, 

(Graduate of University of Pennsylvania.) 

^iVEtErinary SurgEOii/i^ 

OFFICE WITH MOSES & CO., 

Telephone 176. 31 IVY STI^EET. 



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THE TEXAS % PACIHC RT. 

IS THE SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE 
TO ALL POINTS IN 

Nortt^erp apd fTliddle Sexas 

MAKING QUICKER TIME TO SUCH POINTS AS 

Dallas, Fort Worth, Sherman, Waco, 
Corsicana and Mineolan, 

THAN ANY OTHER LINE. 
IT IS ALSO THE SHORTEST LINE TO 

Qalifori)ia, • /T)exi(;o, • Colorado • ar^d . U/(^8t, 

Via New Orleans, Shreveport or Texarkana. 



RUNS THRDUBH SLEEFER5 

BETWEEN NEW ORLEANS AND FORT WORTH, 

MAKING CLOSE CONNECTIONS WITH 

FORT WORTH & DENVER CITY R. R. 

Which Passes Through the Great Pan- 
Hafidle Portion of Texas. 

Before Purchasing Your Tickets Write to or Call on 

JOHN H. WORD, W. J. WALKER, 

Traveling Pass. Agent. South Eastern Agent. 

ATLANTA, GA. 



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ATLANTA £ NEW ORLEANS 




JLilanta Be West Faint 

We stern Railway of Ala. 

The Shortest and Quickest Passenger and Freight Route to 

MONTGOMERY, SELMA, PENSAGOLA, MOBILE, NEW 
ORLEANS, and all points SOUTH and WEST. 



PULLMAN BUFFET & SLEEPING GARS 



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THE DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO 

Meridian, Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe, Shreveport, 

AND ALL NORTHERN AND MIDDLE TEXAS POINTS. 



R. E. LUTZ, JOHN A. GEE, 

Traffic Manager, Ass't General Pass. Agent, 

Montgomery, Ala. 9 Pryor St., Kimball House, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



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"n ^LL0RTt L INE5" 



( N. Y. S X. S. S. CO. 



Texas, Florida and Georgia. 



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S. S. (Building-,) 3,500 tons 

" LEONA, (New,) . 3,329 " 

" NUECES 3,367 " 

" COMAL S,950 " 

" LAMPASAS, . . 2,942 " 



S. S. ALAMO, . . . 
" SAN MARCOS, 
" COLORADO, . 
" RIO GRANDE . 



2,942 tons 
2,840 " 
2,764 " 
2,566 " 



STATE OF TEXAS 1,696 



S. S. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 



1,652 tons. 



SCHEDULE OF bEF/lRTMRES: 

LEAVE NEW YORK ^^^ x^^^^ "" "^^ ^"""^ 

For GALVESTON, TEX., /^^B^/^^^P^ ^BK ^ From "ALVESTON, TEX., 

Every Wed. t Sat., 3 p. m. @Mn |f//^ 1 ^^^^ ^''^' "^^^^ ^^^ ^^*' 

For FESNAMEINA FLA., «B|HJ I' ' ' I 'i|,\ From FEENANDINA, FLA., 

Every Tues. a Fri., 3 p. m. *3w i '"^^'^'^^^jt ji Every Wef. and Sat. 

^^h||| & '\.^^i^Hfty|«|f/ From SE7 WEST, FLA.. 



For KEY WEST, FLa., 

Every Saturday 

For BRUNSWICK, QA., 

Every Tue-. & Fri, 



Nothing has been overlooked in the constrnction ol these vessel.s ; and their fine 
model, full power, and excellent sea-g-oing- qualities, have won for them the 
enviable reputation they possess. 

Passenger aoeommodations, both ( abin and Steerage, are unsurpassed. Staterooms 
being altove the main deck, are light, roomy and thoroughly ventilated, thus assuring 
to the Traveler the greatest ileuree of comfort attainable. 

Connections are made at all the Ports at which these Steamers touch 
with all Railroads and Steamboats. 

Throug-h Coupon Tickets aie on sale, and Through Rates of Passage and Freight 
are named to interior towns and cities, including those of California, Mexico, New 
Mexico and .\rizona. 

No other Passenger Steamers run between New York and the Ports 
named above. 



THIS IS THE FAVORITE ROUTE TO piiORlDA. 



For Rates of Freight, Passage, Printed Matter and General Information, address 

SETH SPRAGUE, Gen'/ Eastern Agent, 306 Washington St, Boston. 



\V. b. WRKillT, Asoiit, Dmver, Col. 

.J. M. I'l TLEII, Siititliern Passenger Agint, 

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INTRODUCTION. 



^^^ HANKS to tlie rapid and excellont work of The Constitution 
^^)\ Job Otticc, we are enabled to issue the Atlanta City Dikkc- 
V^^ TORY for 1891 prom])tly on the first of the year. 

Tile book has been gaininsf in bulk for several years. past, and, 
in order to keep it from becoming unwieldy, the matter contained has 
been condensed (not abridged) as much as pt)ssible. It is printed on amu(!h 
lighter and tinor grade of paper, which somewhat reduces the size of the 
volume, enabling it to be nnich more readily handled. If the names increase 
next year in the same ratio as they have in the past — and they undoubtedly 
will — the next editicni of the work (1892) will be printed in double-column 
brevier type, similar to the directories of the larger cities of the country. 

The United States census taken June 1st gave Atlanta a population in 
round figures of 05,000. but the Directory canvass, made by careful and ex- 
perienced men and taken five months later, shows the population at this 
time to be 84,040 within the city limits. Add to this the suburban inhab- 
itants, and we find a total of considerably over 90,000. 

It was noticed that during the canvass the enumerators found a smaller 
proportion of vacant houses than usual, despite the fact that nearly 2,000 
new buildings were erected during the year. Yet, when even these were 
visited later, the greater number were found occupied, and in most instances 
by recent comers. Nearly three hundred new families were found to have 
located here during November and December, quite a large proportion of 
whom bore foreign (particularly German) names. This is significant, as 
heretofore the Atlanta Directory' has shown a smaller proportion of 
foreign names than any other American city of its size. 

There are of course errors and omissions in this volume, although it is 
thought they have been reduced to a minimum ; but it must be borne in mind 
that the information contained is obtained from nearly as many persons as 
there are names in it, and that it is barely po.ssible that some one other than 
the publisher is responsible for such errors or omis.sions. This will be more 
easily believed when it is stated that 75,864 calls were made and over 500,000 
questions a.sked and answered during the enumeration, and 13,690 calls were 
made to verify information after the regular canvass was completed. The 
percentage of change in the Directory in the year is 80, and to many it will 
seem aim. .st incredible that in every 100 names in the 1890 Directory only 
twenty remain unchanged; yet, it is true. 

We desire to call attention to the fact that we have on tile in our otBce, 
in the Chamber of Commerce Building, a complete Directory library. It is 
maintained at a considerable expense, and is designed for the free use of the 
public. Either the existence of this library is not known, or else Atlanta's 
business community is different from other cities, as the books are very 
seldom referred to, and then chiefly by traveling men from other places. 
In other cities these Directory files are constantly used, and there seems to 
be no reason why Atlanta should be an exception, and we hope that this 
reminder will save much correspondence with other cities for information 
which can be obtained from these Directories without expense or loss of 
time. Respectfully, 

H. G. SAUNDERS, Mana(/cr 
R. L. Polk & Co. 

P. S.— We had the following sentence eloctrotyped several years ago, and just insert 
it here now as a mere matter of habit. We shall preserve the elecirotype i-o that we 
can use it again next year: 

" We reier to street numbers, and think we are safe in the assertion, that Atlanta is 
one of the worst numbered cities extant. The outlying streets are the ones which need 
attention. li any one doubts this, let him take a walk down Terry street or Mills, 
Iluniiicutt, (ilenii", (ieorgiaave, Fowler, Pine, Pradley, Orme. McAfee, or inquire of 
any physician, policeman, mail carjier. Directory njan, messenger boy, or any one el.se 
likely to have frequent need of finding persons by their addresses alone. We append a 
diagram of (ieorgia ave, whicii sin-aks fur itseU'. It is all InU impossible to construct a 
reliable Directory in view of suclj numljering as this. We have, however, done every 
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Page 

Alphabetical List 303-1119 

Changes, Removals, etc. . . 87-88 
Business Directory. . . 1121-119!) 



Page 
Index to Advertisements. . 84-87 
ISliscellaneoiis Dept. . . 1200-1228 
Street Directory 121-301 



Index to |Vliseellaneoas Information. 



Page 
Asylums and Hospitals . . . 1204 

Bible Societies 1209 

Board of Aldermen 12ol 

Board of Common Council. 12uO 

Board of Education 1202 

Board of Healtli 1201 

Board Police (Jommiss'rs . . 1201 
Board Water Commiss'rs . .1202 

Cemeteries 1205 

Chamber of Commerce . . - 120B 

Churclxs 1206 

City Officers 1200 

Clubs and Societies 1205 

County Officers 1220 

Fire Department 1203 

Judiciary 1222 



Page 

Libraries 1209 

Military 1209 

Parks, "etc 1210 

Police Department 1204 

Post Office 1210 

Public Schools 1202 

Railroads 1212 

Relief and Benevolent . . . 1215 

Secret Societies 1215 

State of Georgia .1221 

Sui)erior Courts 1222 

Supreme Court 1222 

U. S. Disi. andCircuitCourtsl227 

U. S. Local Offices 1220 

West End— City Officers . . 1221 
Y. M. C. A 1209 



Inde/ i'Q Advertisements. 



Academy of the Immaculate 

Conception 99 

Alexander Junius 69 

American Bapt. Pub. Soc. . . 

opp 302 

American Straw Board Co., 

Cincinnati 54 

Anderson J. H. 1185 

Anderson, Wylie & Jones 

opp 841 

Anthony E. & H. T. & Co. 

New York 44 

Arlington Hotel 59 

Armstrong R. S. & P.ro. . . 320 

Arnold L. W 1193 

Ashton Mi.ss M. L 56 

Atlanta Baggage & Cab Co. 

front cover 

Atlanta Baptist Seminary. . 65 
Atlanta City Brewing Co. . 19 

Atlanta Cotton Mill 5 

Atlanta Engraving Co. . . . 1255 
Atlanta Furniture Co., front 

cover and 17 

Atlanta Guano Co 29 

Atlanta Manufg. Co., center 

lines, 15 and opp 1129 

Atlanta Medical and Surgi- 
cal Journal 49 

Atlanta National Bank ... 12 
Atlanta Newspaper Union. . 56 



Atlanta Piano Mnfg. Co . . 1254 
Atlanta Rubber Co. . . .top lines 
Atlanta Saw Works, cards in 

Business Directory and . . 45 

Atlanta Times, opp 327 

Atlanta Trust and Banking 

Co., side lines and . .... 13 

Atlanta University 64 

Atlanta & West t'oint R. R. 75 
Atlantic Works, East Boston 46 
Atwater Carriage Co., center 

lines and 21 

Ballard A. G 55 

Ballard Hotel 4 

Beatie W. D 43 

Becktold & Co, St. Louis . . 100 
Belmont Thp, 449 and. . . . 1159 

Bennett B. F 450 

liergner Fr. & Co, N. Y . . . 18 
Besley's Waukegan Brewing 

Co., opp 1130 

Bishop John V 59 

Black Parker N, 456 and . .1134 

Black R. C back cover 

Blair Camera Co. . 1228,1232,1253 
Bliem & Leyh, 33 and . . .1183 
Blue K. W. (watches $1 a 

week), card at commence- 
ment of each letter. 
Bluthenthal & Bickart, 461 

and 1199 



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Boorum & Pease, N. Y. . . . SG 

Bramlett R. S 1231 

Bray Wellborn M., opp. . . 116G 

Brooks C. L., opp 1167 

Broomhead & Street, 21 and 478 
Brown Bros. & Co., 1135 and 

opp. 478-79 
Brown & King Supply Co. 
cards in Street Directory. 

Broyles & Son, opp 1167 

Bruce & Morgan 27 

Budden & Son, opp 486 

Burpitt .lames, oJDp 897 

Byrd C. P., opp 494 

Caligraph The top lines 

Candler & Lee, opp 1166 

Capital City Bank, edge of 

book and 12 

Capital Female College ... 35 
Carpenter E. P. & Co., Brat- 

tleboro, Vt 42 

Carpenter Floral Co 1253 

Carter, Dinsmore &Co., Chic. 46 
Castleman Humphreys, . . 

back bone 

Central R, R. of Georgia . . 76 
Chamberlin, Johnson & Co . 

bottom lines 

Chattahoochee Brick Co. . . 

front cover 

Clark University 66-67 

Clyde Steamship Line . . . 1235 
Conyers & Brett • • . . . 1193 

Cook H. C. & Co 527 

Cook John S side lines 

Corbally J. A 43 

Cox John W 1166 

Cox L. M 534 

Crichton's School of Short- 
hand, side lines and page 57 

Crist M. Z 1141 

Cronheim H 1229 

Crouch Geo, bottom lines and 37 
Cutter Tower Co, Boston . . 1230 

Daley Walter R 1229 

Dans A 547 

Davidson Rubber Co, Boston 32 
Davis Jas. A. Turbin Water 
Wheel Co . . . . center lines 

Delbridge A. J 41 

Dennison Mfg Co, Back Bone 

and 302 

Dixie 53 

Dixie Doctor 35 

Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co, opp 560 
Dobbs Lumber Co, bottom 

lines and 25 

Domini John 1189 

Dowd John E, Chicago ... 16 
Drake B. S. & Co, side lines 

and 567 

Dresden The, cards in Busi- 
ness Directory and o^sp . . 840 
East Tenn. V. & G. R. K. . . 103 

Edwards & Son 1180 

Eiseraan Brothers, cards in 
Street Directory. 



Empire Novelty Co., Wells- 

ville 24 

Everett W. M., opp 1167 

Excelsior Pub. House, N. Y. 32 
Excelsior Steam Laundry, 

bottom lines 

Faber A. W., N. Y 38 

Faber J. J., side lines and . . 23 
Fairl>anks & Benteen . . . 1231 

Farlinger A. W 590 

Farrar A. C. & Co 47 

Ferguson E. C, opp 1167 

Fetzer's Clothing House, cor- 
ner card in Street Directory 

Field T. S 51 and 1158 

Finch A. W 69 

Foote & Davies, opp 600 

Frasee Orion 605 

French Samuel & Son. ... 30 
Freyer & Bradley . . .side lines 
Galceran M. P. & Wife ... 51 
Gardner, Pyne & Gardner. . 45 
Gate City Elec. Supply and 

Construction Co . . . 71 

Gate City Nat. Bank, front 

cover 

Gay A. O. M. & Son . , centre lines 

Gay W. W., opp 1167 

Georgia Pacific R. R . . . . 72 

Glazier F. H 25 

Glen Mary Coal & Coke Co., 

side lines 

Glover Miss L. . . .centrelines 
Goldsmith Real Estate Ag'cy 

centre lines and 1186 

Goldsmitli & AUensworth . 

back cover 

Goodrich W. W. & Son, . . 
top lines and page .... 31 

Gordon School 98 

Gray J. M 47 

Gress Lumber Co. . . bot lines 

Haight Will opp 1167 

Hall Bros 1135 

Hall & Hammond . . . opp 1166 

Harmes & Co 30 

Harrison Jas. P. & Co . . opp 660 
Hart Sash & Door Co . . . .1255 

Heery D. T 669 

Hennies C. E . . . ... 672 

Hetzel Miss L 1174 

Hobart F. B. & Co., N. Y . . 28 

Hollis Bros 1253 

Holman A. J. & Co 28 

Holmes Nick 69 

Hoppie Geo. E 80 

Horsman E. I., N. Y . . . . 78 

Howard David T 41 

Howell G. M 1254 

Hoyle W. E back cover 

Hunnicutt&Bellingrath, bot 
tom lines and ...... 31 

Hutcheson & Key, opp . .1166 
Jngalls & Co, Castleton, N. Y 52 
Interstate Abstract Co . . . 1121 
Isaacs Leon Co, Phila ... 71 



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Ives, Bliikeslee & Williams 

Co., N. Y 1232 

Jack F. M. Agt, side lines 

and 23 

Jenkins J. C, opp 1167 

John Church Co, Cinti O . . 34 
Johnson J. L., 720 and . . . 1135 

Johnson O, L 1230 

Jolly C. R 73 

Jones W. K., cards in Busi- 
ness Directory and 73 and 732 

Keeney H. G. «fe Co 737 

Keuka Grape & Fruit Co, 

Rochester 102 

Kiliian D. A 55 

King's Royal Germeteur, 

edge of book and .... 29 
Klipstein A., N. Y., 1119 and 1192 
Knowlton E. J., Ann Arbor 78 

Kontz E. C, opp 1166 

Kuhn's Art Gallery, top 

lines 33, 1180 and 753 

Kuhrt H. G., bottom lines 
Latham H. H., Chicago . . 79 
Levison & Blythe, 8t. Louis 42 

Little Switzerland 104 

Little Rock & Memphis R. R 8 
Loeb D. C, cards in Street 

Directory and 771 

Lofton J. T. & Co 1231 

Lofton M. E 1167 

Logue J. J 80 

Lowry Banking Co, back 

cover and 13 

Lycett Wm 1122 

McCord M. J 1193 

McDuffle B. F 789 

Mallory Steam Ship Line. . 77 

Marlborough The 1187 

Martin Cantine Co, Sauger- 

ties, N. Y 68 

Martin E. W 808 

Merriam G. & C. & Co, opp 1129 

Milner R. W opp 1167 

Mitchell Robert 827 

Mitchell & Parker, top lines 

and 17 

Moody Jos. N side lines 

Moore Prof. B, F . . , side lines 

Moore J. M front cover 

Moreland A. C . . . back cover 
Morris Brown College . . . 62-63 

Morris & Waldron 6 

Morrison D., top lines and 

opp 302 and 837 

Murphy C. P 842 

Mutual" Life Ins. Co., of N. Y 

centre lines 

N. C. & St. L. R. R . . . . 1234 

Nelms & Nelms 847 

Nescochague Mfg. Co., Phila 22 
Nixon & Lindsey, top lines 

and 59 

Nolan David P 47 

Northingtou C. N 852 

Northrop J. P .... side lines 
Nunn L. L. & Co. . . 19 and 853 
Osier James 1149 



Parker J. C, I'ville .... 14 

Parkhurst W. F 865 

Parry H. L 867 

PattilloW. P sidelines 

Pau.se Robert 1187 

Perdue & Egleston, outside covers 
Peterson T. B. & Bros., Phil- 
adelphia 38 

Pierce & Bushnell Mfg. Co., 

New Bedford 48 

Pim & Taylor, curds in St. Dir'y 
Pioneer Boiler Works .... 37 

Pittnian & Co 58 

Pittsburgh (Pa.) Brass Co. . . 70 
Plymouth Paper Co., Hol- 

yoke . . 50 

Plymouth Rock Pants Co. . . 885 

Polk W. R 45 and 886 

Pond Wm. A. & Co., N. Y . 22 

Potts & Potts side lines 

Pratt N. A 3 

Pratt N. P 892 

Queen & Crescent Route opp 896 

Randa 1 & Murray 899 

Reach A. J. & Co., Phila . . 26 
Reeder W. L., cards in Street 

Directory and 58 

Rich MissM. E 1197 

Richards R. H. & Co., side lines 
Richards S. P. & Son .... 294 
Richmond & Danville R. R 11 

Ripley T. J., opp 1166 

Roach Wash Mfg. Co. . . . 71 

Robbins & Bro 9 

Roberts Bros., Boston. ... 26 
Rogers J. H., Cleveland, O . 54 
Rogge & Koch, Baltimore . . 40 
Roselawn Jersey Farm ... 73 

Ruebush & Kietler 34 

Ruhmann G. H 53 

Ruttan Mfg. Co., South . . 

front cover 

Ryan D. W 69 

St. Elme J. M 73 

Sciple Sons 7 

Scott G. W. Mfg. Co 1147 

Scott & Liebman 1186 

Shackelford G. W., back 

cover and 6 

Shuey W. J., Dayton, O. . . 40 

Shutt' J. L. & (^o 945 

Smith J. M 53 

Smith O. A 960 

Smith S. T. & Co, N. Y . . . 50 
Southern Belting Co ... . 15 
Southern Congregationalist. 1176 
Southern Copying Co . . . .1140 
Southern Dye House . side lines 
Southern Furniture Co, side lines 
Southern Loan and Bank- 
ing Co 3 

Southern Mutual Building 

and Loan Association ... 2 
Spelman Seminary .... 60-61 
Spencerian Steel Pen Co, N. 

Y, edge of book and. ... 57 
Starkey & Palen, Philadel- 
phia .... 1134-1138-1141-1177 



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state Savings Assn 2 

Steinau Louis 995 

Stein hauer J. F., front cover 

and 27 

Stocks Coal Co back cover 

Sunny South The 58 

Sutton H 55 

Taylor H. S. & Co., N. Y. . . 20 

Texas & Pacific R. R 74 

Thomas Julius P 11S2 

Thomas Lewis W., opp . . .ll')() 
Thomas L. H. & Co., Chic 48 

Thompson J. S 1141 

Thornton J. A 1141 

Thorntons' bottom lines 

Thrower J. G., center lines 10 
Torbett & McCandless. .top lines 
Travers Bros., N. Y. . . . 36 

Tripod A. P 

. . . .cards in Street Directory 
Troy Steam Laundry .... 

outside covers 

Tuck Raphael & Sons, New 

York 44 



Union Central Life Insurance 

Co., . . centre lines and 39 
United States Life Ins. Co. 

cards in Bus's Direc. and 100 
LTnited Underwriters' Insur- 
ance Co. . 1015 

Van Winkle Gin and Mach. 

Works opp 1016 

Vaughn T. J. & Co 1230 

Wachendorff E 49 

Walker Sam 

cor cards in St. Directory & 1231 

Wallace P. J 1026 

Warner & Perkerson . . . .1194 
Washington Seminary ... 97 
Western Art Association, 

Chicago 1233 

We,stern & Atlantic R. R . . 101 

Whitcomb&Son 1131 

White-Smith Music Co, N. Y 18 
White W. W. & Co, Dayton 24 
Wilson Coal and Lumber 

Co, opp 303 

Wirths Bros, N. Y 20 

Woolf W. P, opp 1167 



Changes, Corrections and ^m flames t^eeeived too 
Iiate for Regular Insertion. 



ABBOTT & McKINNEY, (Milo 
Abbott C. A. ^IcKinney,) fur- 
niture, 134 and 136 Marietta 

Abernathy Mannon L., clerk 
Mash burn & Son, r 67 E. Harris 

ALLENSWORTH JAMES H., 
(Goldsmith & AUenswortli) res 
78 Calhoun 

Anderson C. C, Hydrographic 
asst. Geological Survey, r 
Macon, Ga 

ANDERSON JAMES H., Real 
Estate and Renting Agt., 34 N. 
BroMd, lids 146 Ivy 

ANDERSON WYLIE&JONES 
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, 
59-61 Forsvth. fSeeadvp ) 

ANDERSON REV. W. D., pas- 
tor First M. E. Church South, 
r W. Peachtree, .or Kimball 

APPLER DAVID ^W., Special 
Agt. The Central R. R. of Ga., 
24 S. Pryor, r 25 W. Baker 

Atlanta Finance Ass'n., Charles 
Kerler, Jr., pres.; W. T. Moyers, 
alty.; Loans 48.', S. Pryor 

ATLANTA FLORAL BAZAAR 
James Burpitt, propr., 71 W. 
Pryor (See opp page <S97) 

Atlanta Investment and Banking 
Co, (incorporated) capital stock 
$50,000), Wm. C. Hale pres., S. 
H. Adams secty, M. McCarthy, 
Jr., cashier 

ATLANTA PIANO MNFG. CO. 
The, J. S. Holliday pres., G.H. 



Holliday secty, Geo. W. Carter 
supt., Piano Mnfrs., Ga. R. R. 
and Borne 

Atlanta Refrigerating Co., (capi- 
tal stock $25,000), H. T. Phil- 
lil3S secty & treas., W. H. Park- 
house supt., 24 E. Alabama 

ATLANTA TALC MNFG CO., 
J. R. TOLLESON, PRES., M. 
M. A. Cason, treas.. Tale Mfgrs, 
mines Marietta & N. G. R. R., 
47 Loyd. 

Babcock F. Ford, teacher Atlanta 
University, r same 

Bartsch Charles A., chemist, r 
59 Luckie 

BATTLE THOMAS C. (Tigner 
& Battle), r 366 Crew 

Blodgett J. P., Ry jjostal clerk, r 
109 Spring, Handy Terrace 

Boyd Lincoln C, (Trio Steam 
Laundry,) bds 44 Church 

BRADT C. G. (Miles & Bradt), 
43-44 old Capitol bldg, r 10 
Highland ave 

BRADWP:LL S. D., state School 
Commissioner, State Capitol 

BRAMLETT RALPH S., fruits 
and Confectionery and Fancy 
grocers, cor Pryor and Wheat, 
bds Richardson, cor Windsor 

BRETT W. H., (Conyers & 
Brett), bds Talmadge House 

BROWN & ADAMS, (George M 
Brown, Hugh B. Adams) Fire 
insurance, 20^ E. Ala 



ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY. 



BRYAN A. R., lawyer o0-51 Cap- 
itol block, r 21) Anf^ier ave 

Ikiiityn (Jeorjie J., r 103 Spring, 

Buiityn Price, bds 103 Spring, 

Burpitt INIiss Flora, saleslady Jas. 
Burpitt, bds 71 N. Pryor.' 

BURPITT JAS., tlorist 71 N. 
Pryor, r same 

Burpitt James, Jr., with James 
Burpitt, bds 71 N. Pryor 

Caldwell.B. C. bkpr, r 1(V) Spring 

CANDLER JOHN S., (Candler 
& Lee), r n s R. R., Edge wood 

CANDLER & LEE (John S. 
Candler and Blewett H. Lee), 
lawyers, 82i E. Wall 

Carter George N. (Carter & Dick- 
enson), propr Hotel Ballard, 
143 Peachtree, r same 

CHASE CORNELIUS H., pres 
Atlanta Rubber Co.. removed 
to 150 Courtland 

Claridy Olin, foreman Foot & 
Davies, r Edgewood 

COLLIER L. W., genl agt the 
Central R. R. of Ga., 24 S. 
Prvor, bds 67 N. Pryor 

CONYERS C. B. (Conyers & 
Brett ), r 89 Windsor 

CONYERS & BRETT, C. B. 
Conyers, W. H. Brett, steno- 
graphers and typewriters, 21 J 
E. Ala. (See card pagel193) 

DALEY WALTER R., Lawyer, 
13-14 Fitten bldg., res West 
End, (see card p 1229) 

Dickenson John F. (Carter & 
Dickenson), 143 Peachtree 

Dunn Lee L., stock dealer, 58-60 
S, Pryor, r 31 N. Pryor 

England John M., trav solicitor 
Sou. Alliance Farmer, rms cor 
Hunter and Forsyth 

FAIRBANKS & BENTEEN, 
milk depot, 80 Peachtree 

Fielder J. W. (J. W. Fielder & 
Co.), gen agt Yost Writing 
Machine, 6 Wall, Kimball 
House, r 292 Peachtree 

FIELDER J. W. & CO. (J W. 
Fielder, Samuel W. Wilkes), 
genl agts Yost Writing Ma- 
chine, 6 Wall, Kind)all House 

Georgia Building, Ijoan & Sav- 
ings Association, H. L. At- 
water, pres, M. A. Hale, see, 
39 W. Alabama 

GOLDSMITH P. TURNER, 
((Joldstnith tt Allensworth), 
bds Belmont House 

GOLDSMITH & ALLENS- 
WORTH (P. T. Goldsmith, 
James H. Allensworth), gents' 
furnishing goods, 15 Peachtree 
(See back cover) 

Grandy Luther B., physician 
102.^ "Whitehall, bds 143 Peach- 
tree 



Hall John E., Jr., elk Clarance 
Knowles, bds 67 N. Pryor 

Hall W. Stovall, chief elk Clar- 
ence Knowles, bds 67 N. Pryor 

HAMPTON THOMAS C, real 
estate and renting agt, 22 S. 
Broad 

HARRIS W. HARRY, (Trio 
Steam Laundry) r P^dgewood 

Holleman C. L., insurance 41 S. 
Broad, bds 67 N. Prvor 

HOUSTON WASHINYrrON J., 
prest. Keeley Institute, r Deca- 
tur, (iia. 

HOUSTON W. W., bus, manager 
Keeley Institute, r 220 Edge- 
wood ave 

Jerolaman Nicholas, engraver 40^ 
Whitehall, r 339 same 

JOHNSON O. L., Merchant Tai- 
lor 1\ Whitehall, bds 299 W, 
Mitchell 

KEELEY INSTITUTE THE, 
W. J. Houston prest., W. W. 
Houston bus. manager; liquor 
and opium habits cured ; «;or. 
Edgewood ave and Ivy 

KELLY JOHN D., real estate 
and renting agt 4 S. Pryor, bds 
143 Peachtree 

LEWIS REV. WALKER, pas- 
tor Trinity M. E. Church South, 
r 10 W. Peters 

LICHTENSTINE LOUIS, cigar 
mfr 126 Marietta, r n e cor 
Chamberlin & Jackson 

LOFTON J. T. ct CO., (J, T. & 
M. B. Lofton) artistic wall 
paper, room mould ing,and elec- 
trical house furnishers 58-] 
Peachtree 

LOFTON J. T., (J. T. Lofton & 
Co.,) r 2 Cherry 

LOFTON M. B., (J. T. & Co.,) 
bds 2 Cherry 

McCalla Clarence W., tobacco 
mfrs agt. 1 Wall, Kimball Hse, 
r 94 Morris 

McCalla F. H , dentist 6^ White- 
hall, r 94 Morris 

Mining, Manufacturing and Real 
P^state South, T. H. Jones edr, 
Harry Krouse sec and treas, 7 
Kimball House 

MOORE &MCKINNON, (W. F, 
Moore & A. A. McKINNON) 
milk depot 106 Peachtree 

Nalley Martin, r 197 S. Forsyth 

SPILMAN JOSIAH H., beer 
bottler, whol. beer dealer and 
agt Brunswick Balke Collender 
Co., bottling Morks cor Mari- 
etta and Means, r 177 Spring 

TOLLESON J. R., president 
Atlanta Talc Co., 47 Loyd, res 
125 Loyd 






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THE QORDON JCHOOL 

Copncp Edgeuuood Avenue and ivy Street. 



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;^TLANTA • • GEORGIA: 
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Hm«wa»£'"lS'!IS!!'""""'''''"*'''*'*'*''""'"""'*"***''^ 



The Only High Standard Private School for Boys in the City. 

Catalogues and information in reference to all colleges may be had from the head master. 



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99 



OF THE 

Immaeulat^ ^ope^ptiop. 

ATL&ITTA, CEDRBIA. 



THIS Institution, founded in 1867, and incorporated with all the rights 
and privileges of an Academy, is a Boarding and Day School, under 
the direction of the Sisters of Mercy. 
The Academic year commences the first Monday in September and 
closes about the end of June. It is divided into two sessions — the first 
commences in September and the second in February. 

The course of instruction embraces two departments, viz : 1st. The 
Preparatory Department. 2d. The Senior Department. 

The Preparatory Department, which comprises seven classes, is com- 
pleted in seven years. It consists of three Primary, two Intermediate and 
two Grammar classes. 

The Senior Department, which comprises four classes, is completed in 
four years. It consists of the first and second Senior classes and Graduating 
class. 

Jerms, per 5855109, payable \V) /^dua9G(^. 

Board and tuition In English, 

French and Latin, Including bed, 

bedding and washing 375 00 

Music on piano, guitar or organ 20 00 

Vocal music (special course) 20 00 

Vocal music lu class, no charge 

Painting In oil or water colors 20 00 



Oriental, china, pastel and Kensing- 
ton 20 00 

German taught at pro lessor's charge 

Fancy work and embroidery 5 00 

Summer vacation, i£ spent at the 
Academy 30 00 



Embroidery, plain and ornamental needlework form no extra charge to boarders. 



Primary division, per session $ 7 50 

Intermediate division 10 00 

Grammar division 10 00 



Senior division 12 00 

Graduating division 11 00 

Graduating fee 5 00 



/T\u5i(;al Department 



The superior musical advantages of the Academy deserve special men- 
tion and render this department, in a particular manner, worthy of 
patronage. Great attention is given to both vocal and instrumental music, 
in which theory and practice are carefully combined. 
TERMS FOR MUSIC PER MONTH. 



Piano, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each H 00 

Piano, 4 lessons, 50 minutes each 2 00 

Organ, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each 6 00 

Guitar, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each 4 00 



Violin, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each 84 00 

Vocal Music, 8 lessons per month 4 00 

Graduating fee in music 5 00 






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x85o^ ••• THE ••• e^ laei 



^nited Q tates I ife I nsnrance To. 

IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

RECORD FOR 1890: 

Increase iu Assets, Increase in Policies Issued, 

Increase in Surplus, Increase in Business Written, 

Increase in Insurance in Force. 



GEO. H. BURFORD, Pres dent. A. WHEEUWRIGHT, Ass't Sec'y. 
C. P. FRALEIQH, Secretary. NVM. T. STANDEN, Actuary. 



Examine the manifoM Hdvantenes of the 

''LOW RATE TERM PLAN" 

Of this Oimpany. It is eas-icr to place ineurauce on this plaa than on any plan ever 
before oflTered, HUd the policy itself is the most liberal and equitable contract consis- 
tent with recognized biKiiicss principles. The marked success already achieved by 
this ^)lan shows that it fills a want Jong felt by the instirinj; public 

Ihe Company also issues all approved forms of insurance. 

Policies are non-forfeitable and indisputable. Claims are paid immediately on 
presentation of proofs. 

Offices of Southern Department : 2 Capitol Block, opposite Post Office. 




GENERAL BOOK BINDERS. 

-J ! i I ' / ' [ I ' ' ' ' ! I I ' ' t ' ' ' 1_ 

U/e /r\al(e Qotf; a^d Ceatl?er Qouers, 

Ceatl?(^r Jitl^s for Cau; BooI(5 arjd 

(Jilt Edi^ir^^ por tl^e Srade. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



200-202 PINE ST., - ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 






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THH ONLtV QlJiGH IiI|lE TO THE 



IS VIA THE OLD RELIABLE 



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• ' • • I I I I I I I I I I I I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 

KENNESAW ROUTE! 

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I _} ^1 * ' ' ' ' * 

(WESTERN & ATLANTIS RAILROAD.) 



6EXRPeSS TRHINS ^ 



ALL TRAINS of this Line Arrive at and 
Depart from Union Passenger Depot. 



■ar Any further inforroation desired, can be secured upon application to 

JOS. M. BROWN, CHARLES E. HARMAN, 

Traffic Manager. Qen. Pass. & Ticket Agrent. 



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ImU Grape Gatsap. 



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fizxxx, mholesome, Delicious. 



ONCE TRIED, ALWAYS USED. 

J/\ "Now good digestion wait on appetite, 
And health on both." — Shakespeare. 

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Ask your Grocer for this Catsup, or send 20 cents to us, 
and we will send sample. 



KEIlp GHflPE 0i fW GO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



PURE TABLE DELICACIES, 

119 fi. UUateit Stfeet. 

Mention this publication. 






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East Tennessee, 

Virginia and ^ 
•*• Georgia Railway. 

The Great Southern Trunk Line 



-BETWEEN- 



%]\ ppineipal Southern G^^^i^js 



-FOR- 



FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS. 



SHORTEST, StOST DIRECT AND COMFORTABLi: 

Route to all Eastern and Virginia Cities. 

Only Direct Route to the Watering Places and 
Resorts of East Tennessee and Virginia. 



THE GREAT EMIGRANT ROUTE TO 

Te/as and i^he I]opt]^we8t, 

Via its Memphis and Charleston Division, and to all points in Southern and 
Central Texas, via Calera or Meridian or New Orleans. 



BETWEEN 

NEAV ORLEANS AND WASHINGTON, 

MEMPHIS AND WASHINGTON, 

AND 3IEMPHIS AND NEW YORK. 



Illasti«atcd Pamphlets J^vzz on flpplieation. 

For Rates or luformation, address 

C. H. HUDSON, EDWIN FITZGERALD, 

General Manager. Traffic Manager. 

B. W. WRENN, T. S. DAVANT, 

G. P. and Tkt. Agent. Gen'l Freight Agent. 

C. N. KICHT, J. J. GRIFFIN. 

Ass't Geu'l Pass. Agent. General Freight Agent. 



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Cittl^ Switzerland, 




The Gem Pleasure Resort of Atlanta. 



Fine Lake. Beautiful Boats. A-One Ten Pin 
Alleys. Fine Flowers and Picturesque Landscape. 
Floral Designs of all kinds for sale. Best of Refresh- 
ments served. Open all the year round. 



••• Good Dt^ive all the tUay . -f 



200 Yards East of Grant's Park. 

KTLANTK. GEORGIH, 



TwenI)' Minutes by Fair Street Dummy from Center of City. 



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105 



ATLANTA • MEDICAL • COLLEGE, 



THIRTY-THIRD SESSION. 1890-91. 



-I«.A.OXTIjT-5r : 



A. W. GRIGGS, M. D., 

Emeritus Professor of Practice. 

Wm. abeam love. m. d., 

Professor of Physiology and Patho- 
logical Anatomy. 
A.W. CALHOUN, M. D., LLD., 
Protessor of Diseases of Eye, Ear and 
Throat. 
H.V. M. MILLEE, M. D., LLD., 
Professor of Principles and Practice 
of Medicine, Lecturer on 
Clinical Medicine. 
W. S. AEMSTEONG, M. D., 
Professor of General and Descriptive 
Anatomy and Lecturer on 
Clinical Surgery. 
J. S. TODD, M. D., 
Professor of Materia Medica and 

Therapeutics. 
VIRGIL O. HAEDON, M. D., 
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases 
of Women and Children. 
L. H. JONES, M. D., 
ProfessorGeneral and Medical Chem- 
istry and Medical Jurisprudence. 



W.F.WESTMOEELAND, M.D., 

Professor of Principles and Practice 
of Surgery. 

W. S. KENDEICK, M. D., 
Proctor. Lecturer on Physical Diag- 
nosis and Clinical Medicine. 

F.W. McEAE, M. D., 
Demonstrator of Anatomy and Lec- 
turer on Genito-Urinary and 
Eectal Diseases. 

J. C. JOHNSON, M. D., 

Lecturer on Diseases of Children. 

M. B. HUTCHINS, M. D., 

Lecturer on Dermatology. 

C. G. GIDDINGS, M. D., 

Lecturer on Urinary AAalysis -,nd 
Kidney Diseases. 

J. M. CEAWFORD, M. D.. 

Assistant to Chair, Eye, Ear and 
Throat Diseases. 

L. P. KENNEDY, A.M., M.D., 

Assistant to Chair Obstetrics and 
Diseases of Women. 



THE REGULAR WINTER SESS50N BEGINS OCTOBER 
AND CONTINUES UNTIL MARCH. 



Clinic ALk RDVRl^TflGES UlSlSOHP^SSBD. 

AN ABUNDANCE OF ANATOMICAL MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND. 
For Annual Announcement, address 

DR. W. S. KENDRICK, Proctor, 

P. O. BOX 56. 49 WASHINGTON STBEE^ 



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Providence Infirmary, 

COR. EDGEWOOD AVE. AND IVY STREET, 



ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



MjeniCAL. STAFF: 



.TAS. B. BAIRD, M. D. 



G. G. ROY, M. D. 



GYSfECOLiOGICAl. AND OBSTETRICAL. STAFF: 

THOS. S. POWELL, M. D. J. C. AVARY, M. D. 

G. G. ROY, M. D. 

SVROICAIi STAFF: 

J. McF. GASTON, M. D. Wm. PERRIN NICOLSON, M. D. 

DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND THROAT: 

A. G. HOBBS, M. D. 

VENEREAI. AXD URINARY DISEASES: 

W. S. ELKIN, M. D. 



e J VERY variety of disease and injury receives appropriate treatment 
in this establishment under the care of the above named members 
I of the professional staff". The internal administration is carried out 
rjromptly by an efficient matron and faithful nurses in each department. 
This institution has all the improved appliances for the comfort and con- 
venience of its inmates, and affords every fticility ot a first-class private 
hospital. It is fully equipped and prepared to accommodate male and 
female patients, including children, and has a lying-in department for 
respectable ladies. 

The building has been completely remodeled, and entirely refurnished 
with the latest styles of ash and cherry furniture. The rooms are large and 
well ventilated, with open fire-places, and lighted with gas. 

The outfit is complete in all respects, with the modern improvements 
in water closets, bath rooms, hot and cold water, etc., giving an air of home- 
like comfort for the sick. 

One of the staff is in daily attendance to provide for any emergency 
that may occur in the Infirmary, and the inmates may rely upon careful 
nursing and skillful medical treatment. 

Letters of inquiry as to the admission of patients and the terms of 
board, or charges for professional services, may be addressed to any one of 
the staff", or to the Providence Infirmary direct. 



G. G. 



EXECUTIVE committee: 
HOY, fJi. D., J. IVIeF. ORSTOfi, fA. D. 



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ATLANTA, 



GEORGIA. 




The regular sessions of this Institution begin the first 

Tuesday in October and close the first weel< in 

IVIarch. Course of Instruction is first-class in 

every particular. Clinic and Dissecting 

Material Furnished in Abundance. 



pop pull Pafticulaps addfess 



DR. WILLIAM PERRIN NIGOLSON, Dean, 



p. O- BOX 23-^. 



KTL-MNTM. GK. 



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Su/itz^rlapd, 




The Gem Pleasare Hesort of Atlanta. 



Fine Lake. Beautiful Boats. A-One Ten Pin 
Alleys. Fine Flowers and Picturesque Landscape. 
Floral Designs of all kinds for sale. Best of Refresh- 
ments served. Open all the year round. 



••• Good Dt^iVe all the Uiay . -f 



200 Yards East of Grant's Park. 



T^TLT^NTTX, CeORGIT^. 



Twenty Minutes by Fair Street Dummy from Center of City. 



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Dixie LumberiManufacturing Co. 



-tHRfiMpRCTMnBtiS op- 




ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, 



141 to 163 Thompson St., ATLANTA, GA. 



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JNO. COOPER, Sec'y andTreas. 



C. B. McQAUGHEY, Manager. 



Him Lmber d Mainilacturins Co., 

MANUFACTURERS OF — 

ROUGH AND DRESSED 



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LUMBER 



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Dressed and JVIatehed Flooring and Ceiling, 



Shingles, Laths, Mouldings, Brackets, 
Balusters, Newels, Scroll and 
Turned Work, Interior Finish, &c. 



DOORS, SASH, BUNDS. 




IFI^STE :L/d:-A.I>T'i:EXjS -^ Sl^z^Cl-^HiT^z-. 



On Central R. R, and 141 to 163 Thompson Street, 



Telephone 873. 



ATLANTA, GA. 



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.M^ rmroiis^,,,^. ^ 



H. Y. Belting & Packing Go.'sj Atlanta rubber co. 



Belting, Packing, Hose, Gaskets, Etc. 



I ATLANTA, 



GEORGIA. 



Street Directory. 



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ABB 



ALA 



ABBOTT, Bellwood, from W 
& A R R west, I south of 
North ave, (formerly called 
d'Alvigny). 



ADAIR ROW; Green's Ferry 
ave at city limits. 

ADAIR from Jackson e i s of 
Chestnut ave. Ward 4. 



AIR-LINE ALLEY, from Ez- 
zard n to Wheat, near Ella, 
Ward 4. 



ALABAMA, from Whitehall e 
to Loyd and w to C R R, i 
s of tracks, Wards i and 2. 

GOING EAST. 

1 Person Ed, c 

2 James' Bank 

3 Elston H P 

4 Behre C H 
4iWolfe H 
5>itts H W, ^ 

6 Kempton, Delkin & Co, 
Union Bldg & L Assn 



PIM4&, TAYLOR 



-CONTRACTORS IN- 



Raising and Moving Bnildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Faciiities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



Tel. 806. 



2i>^ E. Alabama. 



Purtell J H & Co 
6iSou Supply Co 
Ga Teacher 
G R School Fur Co 
Orr VE 
Rowe A E 

7 Cooper J H 

8 Plane W F 

K C, M & B Ry 

9 Redus & McAllister 
9^Thrower & Glover 

10 Ansley Bros 
Trezevant W H 

loiVineburg B F 

1 1 Postal Tel Cable Co 
ii^Cox & Reed 

Foot M Jr 



FOR FURDITURE ADD CARPETS 

SEE THE IMMENSE STOCK AT CHAMBERUN. JOHNSON & CO. 



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In tlie followi'ng list it will be observed that all Streets, Avenues, etc., 
are arranged in alphabetical order with name of occupant ff^ncf" 5;?4*^w'''^ 
number. "The namo of each street is given, showing wh&t tther streets anci 
places run from it o^r across it, with the number at wV'^ ,, they intersect. 

The Union Depot on Wall Street from Loyd t; Pryor is the central 
point of the city. 

The following are the rentral stree.*^s ^,^in which others are supposed to 
be numbered: Decatur and Marietta running respectively East and West; 
Peachtree and Whitehall, running respectively I^orth and South. 

Odd numbers are sometimes on the right and even nmnbjirs occasionally 
on the left of each street 

^I^^To find the occupation of householders, refer to Alphabetical 
List of Names. 



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MITCHELL & PARKER! 



LUMBER DEALERS, 

313 Marietta St. 



ALA 



ALA 



m mm i im mm co. 


25 


Kiser & Sparks' 
Gibbs Drug Co^ 


MILL SUPPLIES, 


26 


Morgan A P / 


MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 


26- 


Phelps W H IR 
^Ponder J M & C B 


Wrought Iroii Pipe, Fittings and Brass 




Piedmont r,ec Agcy 


73 and 75 S. :^;oad Street 


27 
28 
29 


Johnson C, p 
Shropshire & Dodd 




Pattersojl W H 


ALABAMA— Cont'd. ^ 


29 


Redwijfie T B 


12 Ketner & Fox "-^ 


-^y-^r-Gate City Nat Bk Bldg 


L S R R 




Gate City National Bank 


i2iHowell G A 


Rooms — 


Rosser & Carter 




8 Pattillo W P 


McWorter J L 




9 Vacant 


13 Castleman H 




10 McBride A J 


Atl Stone & Gran Co 




12 Nelson L B 


Austin C H 




Saul W S 


14 Ga Com Co 




14-15-18 Bradstreet Co 


Long J E 




16-17 Payne J Carroll 


Martin B W & Co 




20 Moody J N 


15 Alt National Bank 




Gregg F B 


iS^Alta Cotton Seed Oil Mills 




2 1 Ravenel St Julien & Co 


16 Merchants' Bank 




22-24 Atl Guano Co 


17 Black & Mcintosh 




25 Calhoun A E 


i7^Smith & Carter 




26 Tye John L 


"Harwell & Bradley 




28 Jordon R J 


19 Boynton H A 




27-29-31-33 Calhoun, 


20 Arnold, Carlton & McCord 




King & Spalding 


Southern Appeal 




30 Pendleton J T 


20^Sing Sam 




32-34 Glenn J T 


21 Cooledge F J & Bro 




Slaton J M 


2iiPatty Henry M 




35-40 Phenix Ins Co 


"Haden W W 




Stockdell H C 


Ripley T J 




41-42 Hammond N J&T A 


Lumpkin J H 




43 Kontz E C 


Everett W M 




44-46 Scully Col J W 


O'Donnelly John 




45 Mynatt P L & Son 


Morris Newburger & Sons 




47-48 Eckels W H 


Daniel J F 




49-51 Walker F R& J G 


22 Oglesby & Meador 




52-53 Home Mission Bd 


23 Schlesinger H L 




of Sou Baptist Con. 


24 Armour Packing Co 




50-54-55 Abbott & Smith 


24 Atl Auto Ref Co 




56-57 Gay E S 


24^Enterprise Lumber Co 




59 Gilbert J H 


McPherson W 




62-65 Jackson & Jackson 



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Meyer A A 


MANUFACTURER OF 


66 Glenn & Maddox 

67 Glide A V 


Ready Mixed Paints 


68-72-73 Sou Iron Car 


Graining and Oil Golors, 


Line 


Wliie Lead, 1-Coit Carriage PaistSi&c 


69 Hall Bros 


Factory, 331 Decatur Street. 


70-71 Rountree D W 


Office, 60-62 Marietta Street. 


Basement — 




Maxwell B W 


53^Everett G B & Co 


Dewald G A & Co 


Cronheim H 


Kneeland & McDon- 


Clarke & Co 


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Ad Rifles Armory 


Boggan W C 


Lowe Wm 


Smith Wm, c 


54 Atl Car Hdw Co 


Tanner W J 


55 Branan Bros 


Mickelberry W M 


57 Paine T B & Co 


3o-iShaw Robert, c 


58 Spence M W 


30-32 Dodd P & G T & Co 


59 Johnson George E 


34 Adanta Trust & Bank'g Co 


59 Cohen Levi 


Metropolitan Hotel 


61 Markham I M 


Pryor intersects. 


6r|Davis A W 


35-39 Block F E 


62 Whitcomb & Son 


36 Haas Aaron 


Sams Dade 


36iDun R G & Co 


Alston T P 


36-38 Wellhouse & Son 


63 Grady Steve 


40-42 Brunner & Browder 


64-66 Kenny & McDonald 


41-43 Frazier J D 


65 Maddox J J & J E 


Cranston & Bartlett 


65^Murphey A A 


42 111 Cent R R 


Hibernian Hall 


43iRussell J J 


Van Winkle J A 


Guthman S 


67 Rose P W & Co 


Farrar A C & Co 


69 Lowry Banking Co The 


Moomaugh R H 


69^Arnold F A 


44^Ackerman & Co 


"Austin J W 


46-48 Smith Joe 


Wimpey J A 


47 Andrews C B 


70 Jack F M 


Garrett W J 


GOING WEST. 


Morris E S & Co 


Capital City Bank 


48 Sims W I 


2 Cramer D 


49 Montag Bros 


3^Klein Charles E 


49iAckerman & Co 


"Norrell B C 


Martin & Rogers 


5 Youngblood A P 


50-52 Langston & Woodson 


5 Drake B S & Co 


51-53 Lamar Drug Co 


9 Beebe H H 


S^Ladson C T 


10 Ad Gas Light Co 



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ALABAMA— Cont'd. 

Gate City Gas Light Co 

lo^Hillyer & Bro 
Reid & Stewart 

12 Smith & BilHngs 

14 Bates & Hall 

18 Willingham Thos 
Roy Remedy Co 
Hall T N 

Southern B & L Assn 
McCown ] A & Co 
Scott G W Mfg Co 
New Home Sew Mch Co 
Broad intersects. 

2o|Jones Alex, c 

22 Stewart & Bowden 

24 Gray J M 

26 Wylie & Barclay 

27-iAdair Bros & Co 

28 "West U Tel Co 

29 Columbus Buggy Co 
Shuff J L & Co 
Constitution Bldg 
Constitution Pub Co 
Constitution Job Office 
Southern Farm 
Dixie Co 

Forsyth intersects. 
Standard Oil Co 
Maddox, Rucker & Co 
Franklin Publishing House 
Harrison J P & Co 

34-iLawton J S 
"Atl & Fla R R 
Merryman John Co 

35-37 Standard Wagon Co 

36-40 Maddox. Rucker Sz Co 



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39-47 Atwater Carriage Co 

AEK&DB&L Assn 
39^Christian Index 
50 Ga Ice Co 



ALABASTER ALLEY, from Op 
Courtland e to Butler i n of ^^ 
Baker, Ward 6. ^^^ 



ALEXANDER, from Marietta 
e to W Peachtree, 2 n of 
Simpson. 
2 Griffin E A 
7 Grainger H A 

30 Bell M 

lAickie intersects. 

31 Bell A J 

37 Taylor G K 

38 Collins Mrs E 

42 Tatum R P 

43 DeLoach H A 

44 Lawson J L 

Venable intereects. 

45 Lupo W F 

46 Jackson H H 
58 North T H 
60 Phillips J 

62 Dobbs H L 

McAfee intersects. 

Waters R S 

Vacant 

Futrell W H 

Vacant 

Tilton T W 

Vacant 
69 Higgins N S 

Fowler intersects. 

Ehman R H 

McGee Mrs Mary 

Eddleman Mrs W 

Bell N V 
75 Cunningham G W 
80 Copeland Ellen c 

Lovejoy intersects. 
85 Blackmore Mrs Hattie 



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ALEXANDER— Cont'd. 
86 Broxton H W 
88 Williams Nannie c 
90 Montgomery Minnie c 
92 Brown Matilda c 
94 Vacant 
96 Harper Nancy c 
New Hope Bap Ch 
Oriine intersects. 

127 Mathews C c 

136 McHenry Mrs E 

138 Cain JVM 

140 Meinze H 

142 Strahan Mrs S 

143 Webb Mrs L B 

Williavis intersects. 
72 Shelley Mrs B 

144 Merrill E D 

145 Gartrell A, c 

146 McMichael Peter 
146 Dabney Henry 

52 Gallaher C M 
154 Warren S F 
Kirke T 

Spring intersects. 
Harper Mrs Sallie 
Farlinger A W 
Alien Mrs E A 

178 Cook J B 

Scott intersects. 

179 Landrum S H 

180 Thompson G L 
182 Cloud WB 

12 Jones Annie, c 
20 Johnson Jane, c 
22 Lee Jeff, c 
24 Jordan W H 
28 Richards W B 
30 Vacant 
32 Byron J H 



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ALICE, from Pulliam to Pryor, 
I s of Rawson, Ward 2. 

14 Barr M, c 

15 Callaway C, c 

16 Pride Tom, c 



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51 Smith George, c 
125 Harris C, c 

AMY, from Humphries e to 
Formwalt, 2 s of City Limits, 
(Pittsburgh.) 

ANDERSON, from Georgia ave 
e to Madison, i s of Georgia 
ave. Ward 3 — See Pavilion. 










ANDERSON, from State w to 
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ANGIER AVE, from Jackson 
e to Angier's Springs, ist n 
of Rice, Ward 4. 
3 Scully Col J W 

8 Aspinwall Franklin E 

9 Baucher E A 
10 Collins W J 

12 Whitesides Jos R 

Gates Fred H 

Bryan A I 
59 HuffJ, .- 

Stephens Eraline, c 

Franklin Dean, c 

Duncan David, c 

Wilson W C, c 

Banks Green, c 

Ford Albert, c 

Fain Sarah, c 

Buder J, c 










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See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



ANGIER TERRACE, 
26-36 Capitol Ave. 
Capitol Avenue. 



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ANTOINETTE, from Decatur 
n to Gartrell, i e of Younge, 
Ward 4. 

I Hamilton G P 
3 Mayo Sarah 

5 Delay Jefferson 

6 Dickerson Mrs Sarah 

8 Smith H C 

9 Smith John 
10 Stewart J T 

13 Snead W T 

14 Riordan John 

16 Montgomery Ernest 

17 Henderson W H 



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ARTHUR, from Humphries e 
to Formwalt, South Atlanta. 
(Pittsburg.) 



ARTHUR, from W Hunter n 
to Bellwood, ist w of Vine, 
Wards i and 2. 



ASHBY, from Bellwood s to 
West End at western limits. 



AUGUSTA, from Hill e to 
Grant's Park, i s of Georgia 
ave. Ward 3. 



AUSTIN ALLEY between 
Humphries and Robbins al. 



BADGER, from Fulton Cotton 
Spinning Co e to limits. 



BAILEY, from W Fair n to 
Stonewall, i west of Chapel. 
Ward I. 
6 Brown Jas 

10 Vacant 

11 Evans R L 
15 Wilson R G 
18 Dyson J C 

20 Barton Walter F 

21 Anderson Wm W 

25 Salter Mrs F 

26 Hughey H H 

32 Partridge Wm H 

33 Camp B A 

34 Ficker John 



BAKER, from Peachtree at 
junction of W Peachtree e to 
Fort, and w to Marietta, i n 
of Harris, Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

Goldsmith J W 
Ivy intersects. 
38 Hollingsworth M E 
40 Fuller O C 
42 Dixon J Y 
44 Roney Nicholas 
50 Jacobs A T 
56 Hunerkoff Mrs R 

Courtland ave intersects. 
60 Wright H S 
64 Van Winkle J A 
66 Jackson S H, r 
66 Bailey Dorsey, c 
72 Crutchfield Floyd, c 
78 Pierce J H 
84 Hanson S E 
93 Breunig C 

Calhoun intersects. 

1 Bailey G, c 

2 Clayton F, c 

3 Derracott Barkus, c 

4 Berry Rachael, c 

5 Burks Charles, c 

6 Blackshire L, c 

7 Stewart P, c 



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BAKER— Cont'd. 
8 Jackson Mattie, c 
lo Williams Ann, c 
129 Presley M, c 
131 Bell E, c 
133 Dobbs Linda, c 
143 Jones Reuben, c 

Butler intersects. 
167 Lee Andrew, c 

169 O'Neil Y, c 

170 Bagwell E, c 
179 Davis J, c 

194 Badger John, <r 

201 Thomas H, c 

207 Maxwell Joseph, c 

209 Knowles Wordson, c 

181 Hooper R, c 

206 Wood Floyd, c 

GOING WEST. 

15 Sheek Wylie 
19 Walker A J 

22 Gunn Albert 

23 Perkerson A M 

24 Hill C D 

25 Appier D W 

Spring intersects. 

26 Wallace W J 

27 Loring C A 

28 Peeples H C 

29 May G S 
31 Flesh A 

33 Fitzgibbon J 

35 Harris J N 

36 Abel W G 

37 Stallings J E 

39 Wilkinson J R 

40 Smith J B 

42 Gibney Mrs M H 
44 Wheeler W W 

; Williams intersects. 
54 Atkins J W 
57 Maude J L 

80 Harby H J 

81 Peterson S M 

82 King Rev J L 



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11 and 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 
and 106 Broad Streets. 

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83 Jobson F M 

Orme intersects. 

99 Jones Miss Kate 
100 Cooper A J 
loi Hardin J B 
loi Holley F S 
102 Lewis G 

104 Varnell J W 

105 Voss W C 

106 Harris S L 

107 Lewis J H 

108 Haney H P 

109 Reynolds F P 
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Hay den intendeds . 

125 Wheeler J H 

126 Akins L A 

129 Hutcheson S M 

130 Corley Mrs G F 

133 Wiles R J 

134 Walter G 

135 Brightwell W A 

135 Golucke F P 

136 Acton T M 

138 Van Horn W C 
13^9 Domini J 
140 Dennard W F 
142 Everett James 
149 Buzbee W T 

151 Duckett I E 

152 Hadley C T 

154 Third Presby Ch 
158 Fowler J L 

BALTIMORE PLACE, from 
West Peachtree w to Spring, 
Ward 6 (formerly Hunnicutt 
ave). 
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BALTIMORE PLACE— C'td. 


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Ketner J H 


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Armstrong Dr J G 
Davis A H 


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Cunningham Mrs Anna 
Arnall C S 


19 


Duffee Mrs M 


21 


Westmoreland Dr W F 


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Bandman I C 


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Waring Dr W R 
Austell I 


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to W Cain, and s w to W & A 


R R, I n w of Spring, Ward 5. 




GOING EAST 


20 


Aw trey M F 

Walton intersects. 


22 


Daniel J P 


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Martin G W 


35 


Wright J C 

Luckie intersects. 


48 


Lester J S 


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Brown Lewis, c 




GOING WEST. 


10 


Gait Mad. W 


14 


Jordon Madame Elsie 


20 


Vacant 


28 


Vacant 



BASS, from Windsor e to Hill, 

2 s of Glenn, Wards 2 and 3. 

3 Epps Iverson, c 
5 Vacant 

17 Dukes Jackson, c 

18 Sexton Mary 



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Jackson Ida, c 


21 


Craven Willis, c 


25 


Callaway J F 


26 


Jones Emma, c 


28 


Hurd I H, ^ 


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Grant Nathan, c 


32 


Martin Annie, c 


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Vacant 


36 


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FTLE, from Fair 


Green's Ferry ave, i 


Roach, Ward i. 


2 


Davis Lucy, c 


3 


Phillips P, c 


4 


Herren Mattie, c 


16 


Snipe C E 


18 


Vacant 


19 


Newdecker J 


19 


Williams R, c 


20 


Johnson Peter, c 


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Vacant 


22 


Vacant 


24 


Waldring Mrs Anna 


27 


Jordan M, c 


28 


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BEACH, from W Hunter n, i 
e of city limits, Ward i. See 
Leach. 

3 Crawford R, c 

4 McClain L, c 

7 McClain ] T, c 
10 Bell Wm, c 
20 Martin E M, <: 

29 Harnden G W 

30 Love C 

32 Davis W L 

33 McClarty T J 



BEARD, from Gregg s to Rich- 
ardson, I west of Ira, Ward 2. 
I Mason W M, <: 

. 3 Fears J, c 
9 Howard Carrie, c 

II Ware Henry, c 

13 George J, c 



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15 Vacant 
17 Vacant 
19 Floyd Annie, c 
40 Wilson Lizzie, c 
42 Glover Minerva, c 



BECKWITH, from junction of 
High and Porter w to limits, 
I s of W Hunter, Ward i. 
7 Johnson M, c 
II Lumpkin Thos, c 
13 Greenlee D C 
19 Jones Frank, c 
79 Jones Eula, c 
Tucker C C 

Knowles Industrial Bldg 
Mitchell G, c 
Henderson J, c 
Hennig J T 



BEERMAN, from W 
nw to Chapel, 2 n of 
phries. Ward i. 
I Nicholas Sam, c 
5 Scroggins W, c 

7 Cary E, c 

8 Childress J T 

9 King Emanuel, c 
10 Anthony M 

12 Wright G B 

12 Pearson Mary, c 

13 Bell Cory, c 

16 Ragans Margaret, c 
18 Smith Joseph, c 
20 Sterling Emma, c 
22 Sutton John, c 
24 Butts T C 



Peters 
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BELL, from Georgia railroad 
to Edgewood ave, and s to 
Hunter, i west of Fort, wards 
3 and 4. 

GOING NORTH. 

3 Dyer G W 

4 Kennedy Mrs Jane I 

5 Stovers C H 



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6 Forden G W, ^ 

7 Hairston W R 

8 Taylor Pinkie 
ID Green J J 

1 1 Crawford K, c 

12 Queen F M 

13 Ragan E, c 
15 Taylor John 
17 Wallace S L 

19 Nelson T H 

21 Fetter Mrs R A 

20 Taylor W Z 
23 Read W F 
25 Vacant 

27 Foden Joseph 
31 Plunkett H A 
42 Mims Franklin P 
68 Young A, c 
70 Purington Frank, c 

90 Thomas Jerry, c 

91 Bell G, c 

92 Thomas Eliza, c 

95 Storey Jane, c 
94 Baker Emma, c 

96 Blake C E, ^ 

97 Hinkle Zella, c 
99 Bush Nora, c 

100 Gates C, c 
102 Pinson A L, ^ 
Early Carrie, c 
106 Reynolds T, c 
108 Davis Ella, c 
no Brown A, c 
112 Hubbard P, c 
144 Thomas L, c 
144 Williams Easter, c 
146 Moore John, c 
7 Baker John, c 



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BELL— Cont'd. 

10 Clark Mary, c 

1 1 Burks B, c 

12 Dobbs John, c 
14 Green M, c 

16 Cochran Dudley, c 

18 Vacant 

25 Lawrence Howell, r 

33 Derieth Julius, r 

32 Carr James, r 

36 Watson Sam, r 

38 Johnson Kittie 

40 Echols B V 

45 West Thomas, c 

46 Ozburn Eveline, c 

41 Lunely, J, r 

107 Hancock Mary, c 
109 McKinney B, c 

Stafford Jane, c 

Clark Lulu, c 
200 Allen Dave, c 

GOING SOUTH. 

Atlanta Compress Company 
Crow Y S 
Walker W F 
40 Allen G W 
Wither Fred 

49 Bennett Mrs E W 

50 Sewell J A 
Hawkins Joseph 

5 1 Parker J W 

52 Collier E B 
Corley Mrs A 
Cason Dock 

53 Holt J R 

54 Robbins A S 

56 Felton M R 

57 Meyer H T 



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BELLWOOD AVENUE, from 
Marietta beyond northern 
limits west, formerly called 
Mayson & Turner Ferry 
Road. (Bellwood.) 



BEREAN AVENUE, from 
Tennels s, i e of Savannah, 
Ward 3. 

Berean Congregational Ch 

1 Burson Mrs M A 
Butler B 

2 Brisendine P E 
White T H 
Perkins Mrs A C 
Stanford D M 
Robie J F 
Carpenter T P 
Hobart G H 
Dickerson B S 
Partridge L C 
Newton E M 

17 Almand J T 
20 Carpenter J L 
23 Quinn E C 
25 Akins D W 
29 Ellison Mrs F 
37 Blocker D W 



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BERRELL, from Humphries e 
to Windsor, 4 s of Glenn, 
Ward 2. 

Lyon Wallace 

Harrison J W 

Lemacks F G 

Michael James 

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Williams Pleasant r 

Gravitt L G 

Ellison I A 



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8 Thomas Amanda, c 

9 Grind Wm, c 



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10 Price Silvey, c 

12 Long Henry, c 

13 Stovall Jerry, c 
16 Brown Gus, c 
18 Evans Albert, c 

24 Allen Sam 

25 Westmoreland M, 

26 Purcell Henry, c 

27 Harris N, c 
29 Smith S G 

29 Porter Emma, r 

30 Norwood Dollie, c 

32 Curry Alex, c 

33 Fields Wm, c 
35 Cooper T, ^ 

37 Adams Mary, r 

39 Griffin Eliza, c 

40 Haywood Jane, c 
130 Wood Thos, c 

Williams Edwin, c 



BISHOP, from Forest ave n to 
Merritts ave, between Court- 
land and Calhoun, Ward 6. 



BLACKGUM ALLEY south 
eastern limits (Pittsburg) near 
Rockwell. 



BLACKMON, from Highland 
ave n to limits, i e of Jack- 
son, Ward 4. 

8 Howard Thomas, c 

9 Wilson L, c 

10 McKinney Wm, c 

Chednui ave intersects. 
47 Berge M, c 
60 Lee S, c 

Forest ave intersects. 
Currier intersects. 
68 Mullenix B F 
70 Vacant 
72 Clayton A, c 
72 Davis Robert, c 
118 Petty Eliza, c 
124 Gilbert Wyly, c 



Artists' • Materials, 

LARGEST ASSORTMENT 

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A. P. TRIPOD, 

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146 Williams H, c 

147 Cleveland James, c 
175 Adams G W. c 
177 Howard D T, r 



BLAKELY AVENUE from 

Peachtree east beyond limits 
I St south of Exposition 
grounds. 



BLUFF, from Kries w to C R 
R, nr s w limits, Ward 2. 



BOAZ, from junction Edgewood 
ave and Butler s e to Bell, i 
n of College, Ward 4. 

1 Barber Chas, c 

2 Rutherford S, c 

4 Young T, c 

3 Groves Alec, c 

5 Buggs J, r_ 

12 Burney Mitchell, c 
14 Tripp A, c 
18 Corley Cal, c 



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etta, bet Bartow and Spring, 
w to W & A R R, Ward 5. 



BORNE from G R R s, i e 
of Factory, Ward 3. 
2 Brown Mrs M E 
2 Akins M M 
5 O'Neal Joshua 
9 Bendey D F 

11 Hughes James 

12 Moon R N 

13 Mooney J H 



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CLtOTHiNO, 

37 ^Wliiteliall Street. 

BORNE— Cont'd. 
16 Hammond T H 
18 Moore J N 

20 Vacant 

21 Dempsey R M 
23 Watts Mrs M A 
25 Vie wig Robert 

30 Vining W S 

31 Hall F S 

34 Allen George 
Cor Atl Piano Mfg Co 



BOULEVARD, from Decatur 
n to limits, i w of Jackson, 
and s by eastern boundary of 
Grant Park, Wards 3 and 4. 

GOING NORTH. 

6 Cosroy E, c 

7 Moss Lewis, c 

8 Peek J M 

9 Almand H C 

1 1 Gathright W E 

13 Salmen J A 

15 Spinks J P 

16 Farmer Mrs M A 

18 Owens A J 

19 Winfrey Sarah, c 

Gartrell intersects. 

20 Cook J T 
24 Garrett H F 
26 Estes M V 
28 Gay F H 

30 Schrimper Wm 

31 McCluird Benj 
Edgewood ave intersects. . 

34 Smith H F 



Wheat intersects. 
32 Williams John c 
35 Stanley I E 
37 Johnson J L 

39 Warlick J 

40 Quarles W E 
42 King S R 

44 Stribling G T 

46 Edwards M E & Co 

45 Williams & Donald, c 

Old Wheat intersects. 
49 Mitchell Mac, c 
51 Wimberly Henry, c 
55 Ross Z K 
63 Hamilton Paul, c 
65 Evans George, c 
120 Graves Anton, c 

Irwin intersects. 
Boulevard School 
72 Vacant 
76 Abbey R N 
78 Haile T J 

Houston intersects. 
Hendrix John C 
Morris Brown College 
Grace Meth Ch 
Cain ends. 

Johnson commences. 
200 Vacant 

202 Bruckner Eugene 

203 Williams Mrs G 

204 Spence N C 

206 Wikle W S D 

207 Foute Wm E 
Highland ave intersects. 

Adam ends. 
209 Cheshire Wm M 
211 Featherstone W S 
223 Nelson Levi B 
233 Amos Miles, c 
268 Carey John 

Chestnut ave (3forris) intersects. 
270 Blue E W 

Gallagher J J 

Clarkson F E 
296 Davison J W 



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BOULEVARD— Cont'd. 

Rice intersects. 
300 Vacant 
360 Thomson Wm S 
Williams T H, jr 

Angier ave intersects. 
Hopkins Charles T 

GOING SOUTH. 

Carrier Robert 
Copeland W P 

Iswald intersects. 
Clay C C 
Ball Mrs L 
Thompson Peter, c 
Burgess Bolton 
Crymes W D 

Fair intersects. 
cor Brewster J H 

Jones intersects. 
cor Nunn C H 
97 Lee Martha, c 
92 Crookshanks A W 
Curtright B F 
Reeder M H 
106 Turner Richard, c 
108 Montgomery Henry, c 
180 Wright [ A 
186 D'Alvigney C F S 



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BOWDEN. Beyond northern 
limits from Peachtree east 



BOX, from Courtland ave e to 
Butler, I n of Merritts ave. 
Ward 6. 

3 Socwell Martha 
5 Johnson S, c 



BOYNTON'S ROW, 
Winsor e to Cooper, i 
Richardson, Ward 2. 



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BRADBURY ALLEY, from 
Haynes s w to Fair, i n of 
Peters, Ward i. 



SAM WALKER, 

picture prnme Maker, 

AND DEALER IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
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md Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
L'rayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

2^ Marietta Street. 

BRADLEY, from 522 Decatur, 
n to Irwin, 3 e of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 

1 Powell Mrs P 

2 Maxel George 

2 Snyder Mrs M E 

3 Powell J W 

3 Broomfield J, c 

4 Marshall Cap, c 

5 Dugged J A, ^ 
5 Banks M 

5 Terry T J 

6 Vacant 

7 Simpkins W T 

7 Glass R H 

8 Hawes P L 
8 Brayon R E 

12 Pylant Edward 

16 Evans Ella, c 

21 Pennington Jordan, c 

24 Upson John, c 

27 Pendleton D, c 

28 Whiteger W G 

29 Flemister George, c 
Edgeivood ave intersects. 

30 Stokes Adam 

63 Alexander Abraham, c 

65 Jones Frank, c 

66 Laster L L 

67 Davis Wm 

69 Gibson George, c 

71 O^Neill M, c 

72 Cox Jacob, c 

73 O'Neill Eh, c 

74 McCall Anthony, c 

75 Burch A, c 

76 Hill M, c 

79 Mangum Moses, c 



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MANUFACTUSEE OF HOME-MADE 

SADDLES AKD HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 
See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEOflGIA. 

BRADLEY ALLEY, from 
Highland ave to Chestnut, i 
\v of HilHard, Ward 4. 



BRICK, see Hills ave 



BROAD, from Marietta n e to 
Luckie at Peachtree, and s w 
to Mitchell, w of Whitehall, 
Wards i and 6. 

GOING NORTH. 

I Jacot Louis 

I Harrington R R 

3 Manning Furniture Co 

3^Bell Piromis H 

Fulton Co S R R 
5 Tolbert Drummond & Co 
7-|Hosch Lumber Co 

Ga Co-operative Loan Co 

Johnson T L 

Griffin W W 

Atl Lumber Co 

Robert C S 

Simmons & Corrigan 
9 Kimball J C 

Warner W C 
9^Haskins C R 

Rockmart Slate Co 
II Bushnell & Daniel 

13 Logan Wesley & Co 
M & M B & Loan Co 
Wilson & Logan 

14 Kings Royal Germateur 

15 Mechanics L & B Assn 
Mutual Loan & Banking Co 
People's Loan & Bldg Assn 
Westview Cemetery Co 
McBurney E P 



16 Coleman J M 
i6^Seltzer House 
18 Manahan M W 

20 Roberts E M & Son 
20 Woodside John J 

20 Preuss George Ad 

Walton intersects. 

17 Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

21 Hightower & Hallman 

22 Paul & Gullatt 
24^Holland M F 
25"Miller A J & Son 

Beatie & Lumpkin 
28 Curtis J A 

28 Davis J A J 

29 Davis S H 

30 Atl Wire & Iron Wks 

31 Tappan & Co 

32-34 Spencer & Hancock 
33 Hampton & Co 

Poplar intersects, 

35 Wallace P J 

36 Knapp S F 

37 Smith E E 

39 Walker P D, ^ 

41 Gaines M L 

42 Berbusse Chas 

43 Marsh T E 
44-46 Wingate & Mell 

50 Scarratt's restaurant 

GOING SOUTH. 

5 Breitenbucher P 
7-9 Neal John 
S^Grant J W 

Arnold & Arnold 

Mitchell E M 

Southeastern Tariff Ass'n 

DeLeon B C 

A & V/ P & W R of A 

Masonic Hall 

10 Vaughan C J 

11 Shomo A M 

12 Bryant John 

13 Carlton & Storey 

14 Bridger J C 

14 Randall & Murray 



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15 Mickelberry & McClendon 
i5^Wimbish C C, ^ 

Barnett Samuel 
Nixon & Lindsey 

16 Stuart L & Co 

17 Shaw & Wilson 

18 Wright Andrew, c 

18 Swift T L 

19 Simons J F & Co 
ip^Foote & Davies 

Lester Syl & Co 

20 Bendey M H, <r 

20 McVicker L 

21 Falvey J J & Co 

22 Brightwell B B 

Bridge here. 

24 Wilson Coal & Lumber Co 
Talley & Greene 

Davis J A 
Harris I P 
Berry C M 
Tidewater Oil Co 
24^Deas H B 
Davis A H 
Davis N W 
Confederate Hall 

25 Fire Dep't Headquarters 
Engine House No i 

26 Sisson V P 

27 Alexander J M & Co 
27iBradfield Ptg Co 

28 Hook and Ladder Co No i 
28^Joyner W R 
29"Williams T H Sr 

30 Goldsmith Real Est & Rent- 

ing Agency 
Byrd C P 
3o^Lester J F & Co 
Williams R 

31 Douglas P W 

31 Hendrix J C & Co 

32 Atla Evening Journal 
32-|Smith Hoke & Burton 

Whiteside J R 
Marietta Guano Co 



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WHISKIES, WINES AND 
BRANDIES, 

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11 and 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 and 
106 Broad Streets. Tel. 420. 

Manry & Riley 
22, Reeder W L 
33iHudgins H C & Co 

34 Neal Loan & Bkg Co 

35 Moncrief & Co 

35 Sou Paint & Glass Co 
35^McEnanly J T 

37 Guimarin, Engles & Stock- 

ton 

38 Grubb H C 
38^Gress Lumber Co 

Reed & Brandon 
Piedmont Expo Co 
Red Men's Hall 

39 Atl Home Ins Co 
39^Inman S M & Co 

40 Sou Bankg & Trust Co 

Alabama intersects. 
New Home S M Co 

41 Mallory S S Line 
41 Ware & Owens 
4i^Ellis & Gray 

Inman H T 

Jones D G 
43 Dallas Geo J 

Crenshaw J L 

Shropshire I S 

Parkhurst W F 
43^Kennesaw Guano Co 

Pratt N P 
45 Bennett B F 
47 Postell & Sexton 
49^Henderson S T 

50 Evins J C 
So^Kuhn WT 

51 Southern Printers Sup Co 
Clarke & Shockley 

52 Johnson J B 



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ONE PRICE 

Clotliifirs and Hatters, 

17 and 19 Whitehall street. 

BROAD— Cont'd. 

53 Palmer Bros 

54 Fetzer Clothing Co 

55 Chattahoochee Brick Co 
Parrott Lumber Co 
Piedmont Broom Co 

56 Everson E A 
Everson E I & Co 

57 Cook J S 
57iLeo G E 

58 Anderson J A & Co 

59 Richards R. H. & Co 

60 Star Mfg Co 

6oiY MCA Railroad Branch 
erPhilUps J W 
6i^Broomhead & Street 
"Rich Miss R E 

62 Phillips W R jr & Co 

63 Watts & Huff 

64 Gresham W F 

64 Murphy C P 

65 Nix J S 

67 Perkins Mach Co 
67^Spinks W R 

68 Gas Co Store Room 

69 Eubanks R S 
69^Christian & Sons 
71 Baisden & Heard 

73-75 The Brown & King Co 
74 Franklin H 

Hunter intersects. 

76 Johnson P R 

77 Hoffman J J & Co 

78 Vacant 

79-81 Thomas H W 
81 Conklin C A Mfg Co 
80 Adler Moses 
Kelly C H 



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Wheeler & Wilson 
Holmes Nick 
Graham Transfer Co 
Ga Show Case Co 
Mutual Ptg Co 
Milner Bros & Co 
Sou Farm Tool Co 

88 Duncan & Camp 

89 Stamps O 1/ & Co 

90 Gramling & Nisbet 

90 Salter M T 
9o^Vacant 

91 Babb J P 
Bird W H & Co 
Perkins & Clower 
Wood-Stearns-Beaumont Co 
Thomason & Son 

96 Rhodes & Haverty Co 

97 Stewart G B 
99 Singleton F P 

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102-106 Leob D C 



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son s e to Pryor, i s e of Gar- 
nett, Wards i and 2. 
2 Feil O 
4 Lanier G H 
6 Bowen Mrs L E 
8 Franklin J 

10 Daly Mrs E 

12 Menko Mrs C 

Forsyth intersects. 

23 Davis MA x 

25 Gershon Aaron 

26 Selig Sigmund 

27 Silverman Harry 

28 Freisleben Abraham 
32 Reddy J W 

Whitehall intersects. 
54 Miller B 



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BROWN'S ALLEY, 

Gregg to Rawson, 
Windsor, Ward 2. 



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BROYLES, from Logan south 
to Clarke, i e of Hill, Ward 3. 



BRYAN, from South Boulevard 
e to limits, 2 s of Fair, 
Ward ^. 



BUENA VISTA AVENUE, 
from Form wait e to Pulliam, 
nr city limits. Ward 2. 
8 Haas G A 
McVicker W 
12 Engesser W 

18 Smith John S 

19 Dorman J B 

20 Bridges J W 



BURCKEL. See BERRELL. 



BUMSTEAD ALLEY, contin- 
uation of Rawson at west end 
of street. 



BUSH, from W & A R R (El- 
liott St) w to Lambert, Ward 5. 
9 Moore I 

10 Greene Mrs Margaret 

12 Hudson W H 

15 Barrett Mrs Jennie 

16 Brown Mrs A 

17 Simon J C 

18 Woodruff R G 

19 Bradley Mrs E 

20 Hogan Mrs Susan 

21 Whitley W W 

22 Moss Mrs Lena 
2 2^Stegal W 

23 Harby Chas 
78 Bell H B 

Manguni intersects. 
38 Churchill A R 

40 Hatcher M B 

41 Barker D W 



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Raising and MovlDg Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



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Fields Mrs Sarah 


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Aughtman J A 
Manley T 
HarwelfM P 


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Cor Casey J 


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Flournoy J W 
Walton J M 


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Lyon G W 
Chattahoochee intersects . 




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to North ave and s to Capitol, 
I e of Calhoun, Ward 3, and 
divides Wards 4 and 6. 

GOING NORTH. 

9 Holloway H 

10 Jeffers Mrs M 

11 Gross J ^ 

12 Gross J 

13 Findley J A w 

14 Barker Geo. ^ 
16 Cohen C '-p 
18 Post John r 



20 Morris Mrs M 
2 5-3 1 Phoenix Planing Mill 
Gilmer intersects, 

44 Hartsfield C G 

45 Galowitz S 



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THE lim I mE SUFFL7 CO. 

MILL SUPPLIES, 

MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Fittings and 'RtUK 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

BUTLER— Cont'd. 

46 Honer L W 

47 Goldstein J 
49 CuUum M 

52 Pritchett W E 

53 Hardy M C 

56 Chapman W H H 

56 Phelps C W 

57 Wellborn Jonathan 

58 Lynch M 

59 Lee E J 

66 Greene H L 

66 Hardeman W 

69 Fuller Mrs A N 

70 LeSueur J A 
73 Buder P 

Jenkins interseets. 
Atl Medical College 
77 Hackman J G 
81 Boatenreiter J B 
90 Ray A F 
92 Rusch L A 
94 Gottlieo J 
96 Floyd B F 

College intersects. 
A M E Church, £ 
99 Wright L, c 
1 01 Brown F C, ^ 

103 Morris J, c 

104 Adkins D, c 

105 Jenkins George W, c 

106 Gaines Julia, c 

107 McCluen G, c 

108 Graves Eunice, c 
1 12 Maxwell, c 

Boaz commences. 
Edgeivood ave intersects. 
117 Hill Blanche 



119 Mitchell J B, <: 

124 Clark T A, c 

125 Banks Austin 

126 Dickerson James, c 

127 Lee Thomas, c 

131 Vacant 

132 Gather W'm, c 

133 Robinson W T, c 

134 Smith S, c 

135 Sims Judge, c 

136 Mitchell M, c 

137 Moss C, c 

Wheat intersects. 
151 Kidd E, c 

153 Jones Elisha, c 

154 Vacant 

159 Robertson M, c 
162 Turner Julia, c 

164 Thomas John, c 

165 Steele J R, <^ 

166 Hill Lena, c 

167 Lee Cynthia, c 

168 Taylor Melissa, c 
173 Underwood H, c 
175 Freeman L, c 

177 Easley S W, c 

178 White Rev G W, c 
181 Fishburn M, r 

183 Sims Geo, c 

185 Aiken R, c 

186 Howard Martha, c 

189 Fain Henry, c 

190 Jones Joshua 

191 Jones E R, ^ 

Houston intersects. 

1 Jiamerson R 

2 Vacant 

3 Thomas D, c 

4 Vacant 

5 Echols Miles, c 

6 Brown J F, r 
196 Reed Austin, c 
198 Redwine George, c 

Ellis intersects. 
145 Hawkins B N, ^ 
231 Gay G W, c 



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233 Blakely Sallie, c 
237 Norris Jennie, c 
239 Allen Lucy, c 

242 Tuggle Wm, c 

243 Harris Lucy, c 
Stone MoUie, c 
Belle Emmie, r 

Cain intersects 
141 Morgan Talley, c 
245 Walker Rebecca, <: 
Parks commences. 
Collins Charles, c 
290 Scott Rev Daniel, c 
Harris intersects. 
149 Cloud Henry, c 

219 Smith Martha, c 

220 Johnson Charles, c 

221 Hughes Lucy, c 
250 Gaines Squire, c 
252 Warren Solomon, c 
254 Simmons Harriet, r 
256 Thomas Wilson, c 
258 Echols Taylor, c 
260 Burks Thomas, c 

Baker intersects. 
160 Anton R A 
162 Jennings Lula, c 

GOING SOUTH. 

Jarrett B, c 

3 Hill Wm, € 

9 Smyer W, c 
10 Bell Mary 
13 Coles Susan, c 
15 Lindley Moses, c 
17 Vacant 

Railroad intersects. 
Woodward Lumber Co 
40 Johnson Eliza, c 
42 Daniel George, c 
48 Ga College Eel Med ^ 
50 Tolbert Paul, c 

Hunter intersects. 
64 Tolan George, c 
68 Robinson Mattie, c 
70 South Jerry 



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Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead, 1-Coat Carriage Paints,&c 

Factory, 331 Decatur Street.- 






-Office, 60-62 Marietta Street. 

71 Morris L G 

72 Grissom James, c 
74 Ponder Georgia, c 
76 Fagan Wm, c 

78 Matthews Parthenia, c 

79 Jones Cassie, c 
0-82 Knott Mrs Martha 
84 Vacant 

Sacks Louis 

Jail alley intersects. 
Martin Mrs Evie 
Oliver Mrs N A 
Higgins Mrs M E 
Brooks Mrs M C 
94 Smith J C 

Capitol ave intersects. 
Goza D C 



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Boulevard and w to Marietta, 
I s of Harris, Wards 4, 5 
and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

1 1 Hanna Miss B H 

15 Harris J O 

16 Lewis C H 

17 McMurry W M 

18 Dawson J H 
20 Long Mrs S C 

28 Stephens Mrs M E 

Ivy intersects. 
39 Davis S H 

41 Turner M M 

42 Vacant 

45 Bass W A 

46 Johnston Mrs R C 

49 Kenan T H 

50 Cheatham A T 



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Fuiini^Jing^ I pat^ 

37 TVliitehall Street. 



CAIN— Cont'd. 

52 Moomaugh R H 

53 Hanleiter Miss B C 

57 Harding J E 

58 Austin T H 
62 Prather J S 

Courtland ave intersects. 

80 Booth J T 

81 Culver Cornelius, c 

82 Jones Missouri, c 
84 Andrews G 

86 Perkins N, c 

93 Brown Edward, r 

95 Crozier G C, r 

Clifford commences. 

96 Billups A L, ^ 

98 Freeman Porter, c 

99 Cook Ben, c 

01 Smith Julia A, c 

02 Saxton James, c 

03 Quartern! an T E, <' 

04 Perkinson Elias, c 
06 Cloud S, c 

06 Turner C, c 

Calhoun intersects. 

14 Allston A P, (T 

15 Calloway Samuel B, c 
Thrasher Ed, c 

16 Bennett A, c 
18 Turner Chas, c 

20 Burnett Lizzie, c 

21 Harris W, c 

22 Maynard A M 
26 Gates Isaac 

28 Whitfield F, c 
31 Arnold Bird, c 

33 Robinson Ed, c 

34 Abraham Walker, c 



Tunners alley interseets. 
135 Farrow Abram, c 

140 Mitchel S, c 

141 Ellis Hanah, c 

142 Howard R E, r 
159 Nelson Wm 
157 Sims A 

Boyd Susan, ^ 
Butler intersects. 
161 Harrison A, c 
164 Summers Seaborn, c 
168 Todd A, c 
172 Ridley Rol)ert, c 
174 Harris F, c 

176 Banks C, c 

177 Echols W P, <: 

178 Hightower P, c 

179 Ford Z T, c 

Valentine ends. 

180 Carey J, c 

182 Broaden Flora, c 

183 Smith T, c 

184 Willis R, r 
187 Tanks J, c 
201 Marvel G, c 
209 Bonner N c 

209 Thomas H, c 

210 Askew T E, <: 

211 Bonner Lee, c 
Newman al commences. 

212 Cater C C, r 
216 Crew Wyot, c 
216 Haywood John, c 
218 Simonton J S, ^ 

Fort intersects. 
220 King C, c 
Oliver Wm,r 

224 Elligan L, c 

225 Hill W, c 

Hilliard intersects. 

250 Vacant 

252 Bishop T L 

254 Rushing Jack 

255 Green A H 
356 Krutch C C 
260 Dunlap J C 



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SANl WALKER, 


261 Murphy J H 
263 Ingraham W H 


picture prame Maker, 


264 Sims G W 




AND DEALER IN 


265 Rogers J T 


Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 


Jackson intersects. 


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Frames. Stretchers prepared for 


GOING WEST. 


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19 de Jarnette Mrs G H 

SjJT ii ig intersects . 




2% Marietta Street. 






37 Manning A A 




Baker Geo, c 


41 Newell W E 


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43 Haltivvanger A J 




Berry Mrs M 


45 Burke W B 


17 


Johnson Isaac, c 


47 Vacant 


21 


Buice David 


5 1 Vacant 


22 


Burney J A 


53 Bedell C A 


24 


Cooper Wm J 


54 Biggers Dr G 


25 


Smith M J 


55 Williams M B 


26 


Hubbard W L 


Williams intersects. 


28 


Hubbard W L, Jr 


56 Hightower D, c 


29 


Steele Mrs M A 


60 Bell Ella, r 


30 


Wright Mrs M S 


James ends. 


33 


Brindle J 


70 Jenkins T, c 


34 


Otis Mrs M E 


71 Witherspoon W L 




Carlton B C 


73 Furby Alice 


36 


Winburn David W 


74 Pittman W H 


37 


Lother W P 


Bartoiv ends. 




Gilmer intersects. 


77 Barnes F P 


41 


Trowbridge John 


79 Chase R F 


45 


Bendy W 


81 Moorefield J H 


48 


Walker R D 


Orme commences 


49 


Moore G W 


84 Grover John 


50 


Gullatt Henry 


87 Forsyth Wm 


51 


Dodge E H 


89 Forsyth J A 


55 


Bellamy J L 


93 Welch G 


56 


Piantini U 


Luckie intersects. 


59 


Moore S T 


95 Smith M S 


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62 Gatins John 


97 Coogler J T 




Jenkins intersects. 


99 Eberenz A M 


63 


Yarbrough J S 


Walton intersects. 


68 


Roche W 




72 


Glenn | C 




CALHOUN, from Decatur n 


74 


Boyd Mrs M A 


to limits and s to G R R; i e 


75 


Bliley Frank X 


of Courtland, Ward 6. 


76 


Pease L 


GOING NORTH. 


78 


AUensworth Jas 


10 Hoge Thomas H 


79 


Brantly J R 



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SeePag«58. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

CALHOUN— Cont'd. 

80 Vacant 

81 Barford F R 
83 Rouser F G 
85 Thompson J B 
87 Bryson Mrs T M 
91 Vandiver M C 
95 Marston E F 

99 Manley G B 

Edgewood ave intersects. 
103 Longley B F 
no Pass Wm 
1 12 Jackson G M 

117 Alteneder Charles 

118 Reynolds W C 
120 Dunlap H C 

Wheat intersects. 

141 Alexander H 

142 Ashworth T R 

143 Matthews T J 
146 Looney D S 

149 vStroud S A 

150 Rucker H A, ^ 
153 Merritt J W 

156 Penamone Sallie, c 

157 King J L 

160 McClain W H 

161 Smith Richard, c 

162 Pinnell J N 
164 Campbell J L 
166 Mardis H R 

Head H T 

Houston intersects. 
183 ClaspyJH 
190 Screen Frank, r 
193 Mitchell James, c 
200 Blackman Joe, c 
200 Dill Blanton, c 



Ellis intersects. 
219 Shields J M 
221 Vernoy A A 
223 Gardner Mary, r 
225 Pringle Maggie, r 
230 Brooks Abbie, c 
232 Bishop Hattie, c 

Thrasher Ed, c 
Cain intersects. 
251 Franklin H, c 

White Sylvester 
254 Horton G B, <: 

257 White Samuel, c 

258 Hightower K, c 

259 Mann Willis, c 

260 White R, c- 

263 Bennett Cornelius, c 
263 Smith Ella, c 
267 Read A, c 
427 Vacant 

Harris intersects. 

270 Bivens L G 

271 Boyd James, c 
275 Cole Robert, c 
278 Fichter T 
280 Gaines S, c 
283 Lewis N, c 

285 Jones Charles c 

286 Byse L c 

287 Turner S, r 
289 McGuffy J, c 
291 Pope E, c 

293 Cannon Harvey, c 

cor Mount Zion Bap Ch 
Baker ii iter sects . 
9 Peak Wm, c 

10 Long Joseph, c 

1 1 Smith Lula, c 

13 Peak Wm, c 

14 Miller James, c 

15 Murphy Henry, c 

17 Anderson Louisa, c 

18 Glenn Rufus, c 
304 Cox John, c 
306 Andrews Lee, c 
308 Green Wm, c 






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YVnllinD nAunmCi Torbett & lUcCandles^s. 

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Alabasta al intersects. 
310 Swanson I R, ^ 
312 Barnes Fannie, c 

Chestnut ave intersects. 

335 Swanson I, c 

336 Ward James, c 

337 Gilbert E, c 

Forest ave intersects. 
348 Walsh T W 
350 Shelverton G W 
352 Hill Jane, c 
354 Neal Mary, c 
354 Pixley Pierce, i- 
369 Morris Mrs A E 

Courier intersects. 

Cor Calhoun St School 

Williams S W 

Prescott A 

Linden intersects. 
Box intersects. 

Ramsaur L B 
405 Templeton Clarence 
413 Grogan H M 
415 Davis L J 

Blakely intersects. 

Alexander Mrs Hattie 

Jolly A J 

Pursley Warren A 

Brockett C T 

Dickey C N 

Fritz J A 

Martin Cicero F 

Bolton Wm 

Simpson G B 

GOING SOUTH. 

Wilson Emma, c 

Burke Timothy 

Striblin Kate, c 
13 Trice J C 
14-26 Rice J W 
15 Warren Rosa, c 
24 Hawkins George 

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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 

11 and 13 Mitchell and KK, 104 
and 106 Broad Streets. 



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CAPITOL AVENUE, from E 
Hunter at State Capitol to 
limits, 2 e of Washington, di- 
vides Wards 2 and 3. 

Ga State Capitol 
20 Thompson J S 

Jones G W 
24 Alexander Mary, c 

26 Vacant 

27 Douglas Hamilton 

28 Capitol Female College 

29 Angiei Hugli 

30 Machin Dr Mary 
34 Fagan C A 

38 Thomas G S 
43 Penleton J T 

45 Hagood W A 

Butler ends. 

46 Goza D C 

48 Jackson Mrs S J 

50 Vacant 

Fair intersects. 

5 1 Davis J A 

52 Cunnigan R E 

56 McLean J J 

57 Newton C S 

58 Smith J C 

63 Anderson J E 
Morrison T F 
Robinson Miss L 
Corlett E H 
Anderson R A 
Corlett E H 
Irvin T B 

75 FittenJA 

76 Unfinished 

Jones intersects. 
79 Egleston T R 



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Clothiers I Furnishers 





17 and 19 Whitehall street. 


CAPITOL AVE— Cont'd. 


80 


Henson Annie 


83 


Foster J H 


86- 


-88 Little W W 


87 


Brosius J M 


91 


Orchard Mrs H Z 


92 


Smith W P & Co 


94 


Lee Mrs Kate 


95 


Ebbert J B 


96 


Foster J H & W A 


100 


Lumpkin A L 


103 


Vacant 


104 


Jones J H 




Eaumm intersects. 


108 


Bostick Mrs M T 


109 


Harrison J P 


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Thomas D L 


116 


Patton Miss M D 


117 


Hillyer H 


123 


Tucker Mrs H H 


126 


Kennedy Mrs J 


134 


Robertson Dr U O 




Clark intersects. 


138 


Foster Mrs M 


141 


Muse George 


143 


Davis Mrs M E 


143 


Fitzgerald M D 


144 


Goldsmith M E 


145 


Pinson J L 


146 


McCarty G W 


151 


Montgomery C D 


152 


Brunson E A 


158 


Beatie D A 


161 


Rankin J W 




Fulton intersects. 


171 


Grubb H C 


172 


Mims R E 


175 


Vacant 


179 


Small S W 



180 Bell W S 

181 Wright W A 

182 Craig Rev J N 

183 Nisbet J T 

184 Gee J A 
188 Forbes G B 
192 Scott J W, c 

194 Vacant 

195 Loyless W A 

196 Clark L W 

198 Dyer T H 

199 Richards W G 

M ichardson h iter sects . 

200 Jackson J A 
203 Dorsey R T 

205 Key T T 

206 Clayton R M 

207 Robinson J B 

208 Sciple G W 

209 Moore J M 

210 Jones J D 

211 Byington G W 
213 Cobb H H 
215 Swift C T 

Crumley intersects. 
226 Dolly G, c 
255 Beardsley C 

Glenn intersects. 
282 Pelham MrsT H 
284 Wood W J 
293 Vacant 
295 Griffin W W 

Georgia ave intersects. 
Baptist Church 
299 Patty H M 

301 Kenney F M 

Bass intersects. 

302 Clemmons J A 

303 Catching B H 
307 Ponder J M 

311 Atwater, Henry L 
319 Hooks H E 
361 Kempton J F 
367 Vacant 
390 Swift J M 
393 Fuller Watson 



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Boots, Shoos, Qossamers, Coats, Etc. 



Atlanta Rubber Co. 

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400 Johnson J C P 
409 Scott P 

Kernodle C C 

Kernodle M E 

Peeples il C 

Wing A J 

Henderson W C 

Denning J N 



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CAPITOL SQUARE, formerly 
E. Mitchell st, from Washing- 
ton to Capitol ave opposite 
Georgia State Capitol. 
85 Calhoun A W 
89 Jones Mrs M L 
99 Baird J B 
103 Wallace Campbell 
III Jackson Henry 



CAPITOL PLACE, 
Peters to E Mitchell, 
Capitol ave. Ward 2. 
13 Vacant 
Vacant 
Poole W W 
Screven T E 
Beaumont Albert 



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CARLTON, at southwest limits 
near Bluff. 

1 Vacant 

2 Carlton J C C 
6 Tabers D F 

8 Loyd N S 

9 Vacant 



CARTER, from Chestnut e to 
Davis, I n of Hunter, Ward i. 
I Hornsby J T 
I Davis J M 
3 Smith Lula, c 

3 Renfro J 

4 Roby J, c 

5 Richardson R 

6 Howell M, c 

7 Quinn W L 



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-CONTRACTORS IN- 



Raising and Moving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



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21^2 E. Alabama. 



8 Greenwood T T, c 

9 Harris J 

9 Thompson W N 
ID Smith A, c 

1 1 Speer D H 

12 Garmany Annie, c 
14 Vacant 

17 Vacant 

19 Vacant 

21 Vacant 

25 Parks A 

27 Cunningham Clara, c 

29 Armstrong Delia, c 



CASTLEBERRY, 

syth w to Peters, 

Ward I. 

3 Israel A 

5 Purcell Wm A 

7 Drucker A L 

11 Rosenbaum Henry 

Thompson ench. 

12 Liebermuth David 
14 Spitx Albert 

23 Howard Mrs A F 

27 Haverty M 

28 Ruhman George 
35 Weingart A 

41 Wooten Mrs A 
54 Keeble Maggie, c 



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Central R R, Ward i. 



CEDAR, now called Alexander, f*' ^- 



CENTER, beyond northern 
limits near Peachtree. 



Heavy Furnishings for Hotels, Offices, Public Buildings, &c 

OFFICE DESKS A SPECIAL.TY. CHAMBEREIN, JOHNSON & CO. 



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Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, &.c. 
73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

CENTRAL RAILROAD, from 
Packard s w to Humphries, 
opp C R R track. 
I Strong Dollie, c 
4 Zelous Hattie, c 

6 Burk Geo, c 

7 Dillon Alec, c 

9 Bradley Rufus, c 

12 Anderson Lulu, c 

50 Carlton Nettie, c 

50 Mitchell Pat, c 
1 01 Williams L, c 
147 Fears Susan, c 
214 Morris Mary, c 
2t6 Stample M, c 

219 Mitchell Henry, c 
Jack's Cracker Factory 

220 Gould Ida 
222 Price Lizzie, c 
224 Walker Jane, c 
226 Green Henry, c 
228 Badger Hattie, c 
406 Perkins J D 
408 Dennis H L 
489 Vacant 

Atlanta Ice Co 
Brosius Sew Mach Fcty 



CAMBERLAIN, from Younge 
to Boulevard, i s of Edge- 
wood ave. Ward 4. 
7 Johnson S D 

37 Wells L L 

38 Cleveland Rev T P 
40 Ackerman C E 

cor Lichtenstein I 

Jackson mtersects. 
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44 Jernigan W H 

45 Nichols Wm, c 

46 Heyer F 

47 Clayton Thomas, c 
66 Mason A, c 

68 Long E, c 
70 Cooke V, c 

Fitzgerald intersects. 
94 Stevens Wm, c 

97 Spear H C, ^ 

98 Banks L, c 

99 Brown Geo, c 
138 Tinor Mrs E, c 
159 Chanblee Wylie, c 

Strickland Porter, c 



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limits, I w of Walker, Ward i. 
2 Smith J, c 

5 Swinney E T 

6 Lewis Lula, c 

7 King Willis A 

11 Miller H, c 

12 Crawford Harriet, c 

Mangum intersects. 

13 Stevens C, c 

13 Brown & Beadles 

14 Hood K, c 

15 Epps J, c 

17 Willis S, c 

18 Terrell Mary, c 
18 Dunn J, c 

21 Mitchell Josephine, c 
20 Brown J C 

22 Tolliver R, c 

23 Vacant 

28 Jackson W, c 
30 Walls F, c 

Haynes intei'sects. 

30 Lovinggood & Bridwell 
37 Glover Louis, c 

75 Johnson Eliza, r 

31 Gray A H 
37 Starnes J W 
41 Bennett L 



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FOR BRIDAL PRESENTS. 1 " WHITEHALL. 



TOHBETT & |VIeCflIlt)IiESSJsSf:^i« 



Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Glass In- 
surance Agents. State Agents for 
Georgia and Alabama, Caligraph Writ- 
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CHAPEL— Cont'd. 

Tatnall intersects. 

43 Akridge G W 
49 Suttle J M 

51 Owens Wm 

53 Jackson Mrs O A 

Jxmdion Kelson and Porter. 
66 Osborn J M 
69 Stovall Dr O 
71 Foote & Co 

StojieivaU intersects. 
75 Haynes R G 
78 Sullivan John H 
80 Belcher T J 
85 Futrell Mrs M A 

88 Thompson J A 

89 Lowe T J 
93 Smith E A 
95 Flynn W 
97 Smith J W 

Fair intersects. 
99 Smith J W 
00 Smith J G 

06 Ogburn Elizabeth 

07 Hoggans B, c 

08 Stewart Mrs S C 

10 Vacant 

11 Brickell D C 
17 Peacock I P T 
21 Cooper O Z 

Larkin intersects. 
29 Latham J M 
Green's Ferry ave commences. 
32 Vacant 
34 Baer M J 
39 Spencer S, c 

Trenhohn ends. 

44 Blue B, c 
46 Jenkins S, c 

48 Hatfield G W, c 

49 Madden Y, c 

50 McHenry H, c 

52 Slemmons J F 

53 Elam M, ^ 

57 Peeples Georgia, c 

58 Smith Hester, c 



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IjOT^est I'rices iaa. Citjr set 

A. P. TRIPOD, 

60-62 ItlARIHTTA SXRBBX. 

160 Fortland G, c 
162 Ebinger Sarah, c 

McDaniel ends. 
165 Davis Annie, c 
171 Pellegrini Pellegrino 

177 Davis A, c 

Holland commences. 

178 Pellegrini & Castleberry 
189 Kline J 

193 Freeman W, c 
195 Dozier W, c 

Humphries intersects. 
197 Brown John, c 
207 Warren's Chapel, c 
209 Smith C J 
213 Hall H, 'c 

Leonard intersects. 

221 Arnold A, c 

222 Vacant 

224 Rowe Mollie, c 
226 Gaines R, c 
228 Arnold Alex, c 
230 Hayden Alice 
232 Vacant 
235 Arnold Wm, c 



CHATHAM, from Gullatt e to 
limits, I s of Fair, Ward 3. 
(Now Jones.) 



CHATTAHOOCHEE, from 
Simpson n to Emma, i w of 
Gray, Ward 5. 

Jones ave intersects. 
5 Paul R 

Bush intersects 
9 Gravitt Wm 
25 Wilson Hugh A 



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37 l^hiteliall Street. 

CHATTAHOOCHEE— Cond 

John iiiter sects. 
28 Vacant 

30 Bosworth Hattie, c 
32 Mashall \Vm, r 

34 Henry John, c 

35 Nix R H 
Grififin Anna, c 
West Fannie, c 

Kennedy intersects. 
47 Davis Sherman, c 
51 Atkinson R E 
54 Gates Jane, c 

56 Gates Aaron, c 

57 Roberts V S 

59 Chapman Fannie, c 
61 Johnson Sam, c 
63 Hardie Jennie, c 
71 Shuford Mrs Mary, c 
70 Mann S R 
73 Stokes Wm, c 



CHERKY, from North ave n 
to Hmits, I e of Plum. 

1 Kendrick DP 

2 Stocks P 

3 Pratt H E 

4 Herrin E 

6 Lofton J H 
Watins B B 
House W E 



CHESTNUT, from Green's 
Ferry ave n to limits. Ward i. 

1 Rush Henry, c 

2 Lowe Mrs J C 
4 Neal Eliza, c 

6 Bowen Mrs C E 



8 Allen A A, c 
14 Wier A M 
16 Glascow C, c 
18 Bond J T 
18 Cattleberry M 

18 Gullins D G 

19 Spraggins J T 

20 Honea T 

20 McClendon C C 
Bryant D H 

20 Smith C P I 

21 Backus G F 

22 Brown J, c 
26 Ray ford J, c 
28 Bellamy R, c 
28 Haggard J B 
30 Jones R S 

32 Corley J T 
37 Brown R J 

39 Kirby C M 

40 Jackson W B 

Magnolia intersects. 
125 Wynne Willis 
127 Martin G A 
129 Allen W S 
131 Calvin John 
138 Camp M P 
200 Paine J R 

Roser Mary 

Hamilton Joe 



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houn e to limits, i n of E 
Baker, Ward 6. 



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CHURCH, from Peachtree at 
Forsyth n w to Cain, i n e of 
James, Ward 6. 

Church of Our Father. 
■\ Monnish Mrs Dr R F 
5 Lloyd Mrs L F 
18 Thomjjson Mrs L A 

Fairlie ends. 
22 Horsey Mrs L N 
24 Courtney J C 
26 Maloy James 
28 St. Amand J G 



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EIU>< commences. 
Gray Mrs Cora 
Sidell C W 
Larken Mrs M 
Cone ends. 
37 Gavan J H 
39 Jarvis J S 

41 Mitchell G P 

42 Billings Anderson 
44 Hudson Mrs M 

Spring intersects. 

47 Lagomarsino J 

48 Hancock S J 
50 Drake J R 
56 Glover J H 

Cain intersects. 
58 Parks J. S. 



CLARA, See Fullers al. 



CLARKE, From Pulliam e to 
limits, 1 s of Rawson, Wards 
2 and 3. 
20 Kline F B 

Washington intersects. 

87 Willis J"B 

Crew intersects. 
Capitol ave intersects. 
73 Roberts J H, c 

75 Grimes E, c 

76 Pitts M, c 

77 Lee L, r 

80 Jackson Savannah, c 

81 Reed Catherine, r 

82 Boynton Miller, c 

83 Allen Temple, Church 

88 Sims John, c 

89 Cargile M, c 

Irazer intersects. 

198 Taylor Cleveland, c 

200 Jackson James, c 

201 Howe Richard, r 

202 Pullin Columbus, c 

203 Bethel Missouri, c 
210 Atwaters Isaac, c 



SAM WAIvKE^R, 

picture pramG Maker, 

AND DEALER IN 

Ornameutal, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

2}4 IVIarietta Street. 

216 McCrary Harriett, c 
220 Cox Wesley, r 
225 Low Emma 

227 Maddox Vander, c 

228 Burton Ned, r 

229 Mays Albert, c" 

230 Tolliver Will, c 
232 Batty Henry, r 

231 Blount Adolphus, c 
234 Stark M, c 

236 Ramey Mary, c 

152 Jones Louis, c 

153 McQuitter W, c 
155 Davis Elbert, c 
155 McKinley Mary, c 

Martin intersects. 
239 Saxton Wade, c 

Con nally intersects. 
2 Kenyon Albert 



CLIFFORD, from Ellis n to 
Cain, I w of Calhoun, Ward 6. 
12 Hart F W 

14 Fambro Samuel, c 

15 Kinley Mrs Julia 

17 Fry Wm P, c 

18 Badger R H, c 

21 Gray Anthony, c 

22 Simpson W B, ^ 
25 Davenport C, c 
28 Jackson Sarah, c 



COHEN, from Humphries e, i 
s of Rockwell, (Pittsburgh). 



COLLEGE, from Edgewood 
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n of Jenkins, Wards 4 and 6. 
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SADDLES AND HARNESS 



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SeePage56. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

COLLEGE— Cont'd. 

5 Beatie G, c 

6 Anderson G, c 

7 Burden E, c 

8 Hubbard P, c 
lo Burton John, c 
12 Speer I C, ^ 
12 Elliott W, c 

1 5 Williams J W, c 



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COLLINS, from Decatur to 
Railroad (north of Decatur is 
now Courtland ave). Ward 6. 
9 Frazier John, c 

Nace Mad. B 

Price Mad Fannie 

Lee Mad M 

Price Madame Annie 

Ti-ain Madame Nellie 

Howard Madame Abbie 

Singer & Miller 

Burton Mad Willie 



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CONE, from Marietta 
Church, I s e of 
Wards 5 and 6. 

]Valfon intersects. 
20 Moore W A 
25 Hastings Mrs Jennie 
27 Barnes Mrs M A 

Poplar intersects. 

29 Harrison G W 

30 Draper W W 

31 Pogue Rev J W 
34 English J W 

7,6 Turner J D 



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Luckie intersects. 
Cor Saunders H G 
Hamilton Wm 
Kinnebrew C D ■ 
Clark C H 
Graves F N 
Kilby P P 

James inter secU. 

60 Pritchett Mrs L F 

61 Baker W M 

64 York B W 

65 Jacobs A T 

70 Mnckenhoupt J 



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CONNALLY, from E Fair s 
limits, I e of Martin, Ward 
317 Fowler J G 

6 White R B 

7 Knox P P 

8 Rigand Julius 

10 Wotten Benjamin H 
12 Gibbs E T 

14 Puckett J H 

15 Johns Geo W 

16 Bain Donald 
Pinkson G H 

19 Agricola H A 

Jones intersects. 
25 Nunn W J 
28 Hoover H L 
30 Stewart Mrs 
32 Lynch Mrs Mary A 

Pettus ends. 
41 Scott Daniel 

Glynn intersects. 
46 Johnson Patrick R 
48 Warneke H W 

Clarke intersects. 
79 Thompson Augustus, c 

Richardson ends. 
81 White Margaret, c 
91 Hughes William, c 

93 Jones John, c 

Richmond ends. 

94 Adams Joe, c 



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Crumley ends. 
Milledge commences . 
95 Carlisle Moses, c 
Cargile L, c 
Bailey D B 

Little intersects. 



COOK'S ALLEY, from Ezzard 
n, I e of Bradley, Ward 4. 



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COOPER, from 

Fair s to limits, 

sor, Ward 2. 
12 Durant Mrs 
14 Dameron O 
i4^McHugh P 
16 Hook A C 
18 Kutz Max 
20 Brady I A 

22 Liebman Mrs Sarah 

23 Morgan E T 

25 Revson Frank 

26 White C J 

27 Connally S N 

Jones intersects. 

29 Landsdell Mrs Lizzie 

30 Saul W S 
35 Saul R E 

39 Kreisle Alexander 
41 Harrell Mrs S M 
Schumann Theodor 
Smith Mrs M E. 
Thorn C C 
Behre C H 

Rawson intersects. 
Conner R H 
66 Collier M L 

Eugenia intersects. 
73 Reinhardt E W 

Fulton intersects. 

84 Schaefer Robert 

85 Brown W G 
Villard W D 

Richardson intersects. 

Crumley intersects. 
Pines C S 



Whitehall at 
I e of Wind- 



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199 Cook W E 
201 Shank M A 

203 Hubbard W S 

204 Keith T M 

205 WolfF 

207 Gordon C D 
209 Eberhart J H 
211 McLean J F 

Glenn intersects. 

213 Taylor T P 

214 Davidson W M 

215 Cook J A 

216 Shumate J B 

2 1 7 Wright W C 

218 Slate W M 

219 Williamson Mrs Annie 

220 Riley Michael 

221 Smith W B 

222 Radcliff J E 

223 Roberts Z T 
237 Alexander J W 
265 Hagerty Henry 

Georgia ave intersects. 
293 Duke W C 



COOPER ALLEY, from Coop- 
er to Windsor, bet Richard- 
son and Fulton, Ward 2, 

CORNELIA, from Decatur n 
to Edgewood ave, i e of 
Bradley, Ward 4. 

1 McMakin S C 

2 Simpson I D 

5 Vacant 

6 Abbott W T 

7 Sikes Mary, c 
9 Lake Carrie, c 

10 Hayes W B 



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CORNELIA— Cont'd. 

1 1 Kerley Pat 

12 Bentley W A 

13 Wingate Wm 
15 Eskevv J W 

14 Watts Chas 



from Marietta e to 
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CORPUT, 
Plum, I 
Ward 5. 
9 Hudson J B 

10 Darby Mrs Mary 

1 1 Smith L F 

1 2 Ray J E 

State intersects. 

14 Wells J W 

15 Smith H A 

16 Payne J M 

18 Young F M 

19 Farmer H 
23 Eight D F 
27 Langley C B 



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catur n to limits, i w of Cal- 
hcun, Ward 6. 
10 Atl Mfg Co 

21 Granade J W 

22 Shelton Mrs J 
22 Wolberg R 

• 23 Vacant 

24 Walstrom C 

25 Loyd J 
27 Toon J J 

35 DurneirC F 
39 Fleishman S 

Gilmer intersects. 
43 Cooper J H 



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46 Lynch J 


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51 Walker T T 
56 Seale J ' 


Jenkins commences. 


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65 Fox Amos 


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66 McCramv Mrs V E 


Edgewood are intersects. 


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68 Lynch Hugh 


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71 Stanton W A 


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72 Pagett J R 




73 McKnight Frank 


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74 Stocks T D 


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76 DanielW C 




78 Williams C W 


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79 Snelling J M 


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85 Warnock Dr J T 


Wheat intersects. 


98 Rose A V 




99 Quinn Mrs R A 


100 Wallace A M 


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10 1 Turman M C 


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102 Camp Mrs M E 


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103 Lyons Nathan 


107 Bosworth J L 


108 O'Connor Mrs E P 


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III LaMotte L F 


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118 Tilley R C 




Houston intersects. 


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123 Robinson Rev S H 


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124 Hancock W^ A 


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125 Massengill A M 


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126 Hancock C J 


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128 Simmons C J 




129 Green J T 


130 Vacant 


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138 Boutell Mrs A M 


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Ellis intersects. 


150 Thayer D W 


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52 Beck J F 

53 Cooper M G 

54 DeWolf W S 

55 Gregory J R 

56 Thomas E B 

59 Wynn R S 

60 Norris J C 
62 Vacant 

64 Murphy Mrs O V 

65 Beck A 

E Cain intersects. 
Wyly B F 
Allen L R 
Farrar R M 
Buchanan Mrs S 
Long ] B, c 
Anderson J A 
Pendergast Mrs F A 

85 Stephens C 

86 Vacant 

91 Bagwell M W 

Harris intersects. 
Cor Atl City Brewery 
195 Crichton Dr J P 
208 Fuhrer John 

215 Robinson A M 

216 St Joseph's Infirmary 

217 Mobley J R 

Baker intersects. 
234 Gerbie J C 
248 Allen Alice, r 
317 Brown Mrs J M 
319 Smith P F 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Arnold Reuben 

Ruse John C 

Forrest ave intersects. 
Vacant 
Carter G W 
Holbrook A L 
Shields D H 
Amis Mrs F T 

Currier intersects. 
Glover Mrs M L 



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299 
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315 Crumley W M 

317 Hope R E 

31S Boyleston Mrs J R 

319 Lav W E 

320 Dibble W J 

321 Smith J C 
323 Russell J J 
325 Burgess W H 
359 Vacant 

Pine intersects. 
331 Cohen F T 
359 Bailey J T 
361 Gaines H M 

Ellis Wm 
371 Winters W A 

373 Kennedy B O 

374 Algee E W 
380 Durdin T F 

3Ierritts ave intersects. 
400 Veal T E 
408 Hays W A 
410 Campbell W J 

Linden intersects. 
Ill Veal Addie, c 

Campbell Annie, c 
Laster George, c 
North ave intersects. 



COX, now called Linden ave. 



CRAVENS ALLEY, from But- 
ler s e to Fair and Fraser, i s 
of Hunter, Ward 3. 

CREW, from E Peters, nr Fair 
s to limits, I w of Capitol ave. 
Ward 2. 
31 Hillyer George 



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CREW— Cont'd. 


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Potts F M 


41 


Isham John 


43 


Hanvey G M 


47 


Coulter E A 


55 


Morrison John 


56 


Love S B 


62 


Love J R 


63 


Griggs M J 


67 


Bennett B F 


68 


Barnett Mrs M A 




Jones intersects. 


71 


Ford Mrs E 


72 


Force Mrs J A 


73 


Rushton R E 


76 


Turner B B 


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Whitehead Mrs J C 


80 


Cameron B H 


81 


Barnett J T 


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Culpepper N S 


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Vacant 


91 


Hooper E M M 


95 


Martin J G 


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Unfinished 


98 


Donnelly F X 




Rawson intersects. 


99 


McClung J F 


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Parker J H H 


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Martin Mrs E A 


103 


Gray J A 


104 


Judson J M 


108 


Jeter Mrs Julia 


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Anderson J J 


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McCullough P J 


118 


Thibadeau J H 




Crew St School 


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Moore Mrs A J 


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Dodson W C 



Clarke intersects. 

136 Jones W A 

137 Gullatt J A 

138 Tutwiler C V 

140 Ballard B W 

141 Robinson J L 

142 Warner F H 

143 Perkerson W H 
146 Russell J G 

150 Hudson G B 

151 Tucker Dr W J 
156 Matthews J H 

158 Estes J L M 

159 Brown J E 

160 Carpenter W H 

161 Quillian W E 

162 Robinson J E 
164 Stewart W F 

Fulton intersects. 



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Thomas D L 
Calhoun P H 
Malone F N 
Henderson W C 
Terrell L M 

174 Scully T F 

175 Walker M T 

177 Lewis G W 

178 Burns E P 
180 McGarity A E 
182 Vacant 

Richardson intersects. 

198 Clarke E F 

199 Bellingrath A 

200 Bacon S W 

201 Bell M J 

206 McLauchlin L H 

208 Griffin B L 

209 Slatter J T 

210 Threlkeld J J 

211 Durand H R 

212 Carlton J K 

213 Williams C C 

214 Singer J E 

216 Armstrong Wm L 

217 Rogers G C 

218 Massey Mrs R J 







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219 Reid H M 

Crumley intersects. 
228 Render J D, <: 
236 Martin G W, ^ 
245 Moore David, c 

247 Davis R T, ^ 

248 Glanton G W, c 

249 Root J, c 

250 Johnson H L 

251 Hendrix J M 

252 Beadle H, c 
264 Cooper J, r 
260 Atkins H J 

Glenn intersects. 
278 Love W, c 
280 Warner W, c 
288 Young Genie, c 
290 Bomar Henry, c 

Georgia ave intersects. 
Love intersects. 
Ormond intersects. 
500 Moon B F 
504 Vacant 



CREW ALLEY, from Crew e 
to Capitol ave, i s of Jones, 
Ward 2. 



CROWELL. See STEVENS. 



CRUMLEY, from Humphries 
e to Connally, i n of Glenn, 
Wards 2 and 3. 
108 Lee Borough 

17 Bell Henry, t 
2 Smith Ned, c 

21 Howell N, c 

23 Wainwright P L, ^ 

27 Ray Wm, ^ 

31 Jackson Rev John, c 

35 Simmons John, c 
Ira intersects. 

40 Gray D, c 

42 McGoodlin David 

44 Abernathy J M 

48 Day W G 



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Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead, 1-CoU Carriage Paints,Slc 

Factory, 331 Decatur Street. 



-Office, eO-62 Marietta Street. 

50 Sterchi P, c 

Windsor intersects. 
Cooper intersects. 
116 Thornton Robert, c 
118 Pride York 
130 Westmoreland Isaac, c 
132 Ward George, c 

Formicalt intersects. 
134 Logan Mrs M S 
136 Rosenberger D 
138 Young A 

Pulliam intersects. 
Loyd intersects. 
Washington ave intersects. 
235 Jones Mrs. L J 
239 Martin E S' 

273 Blackmon W H 

274 Earnest H T 

275 Massey N 

Cretv intersects. 
Capital ave intersects. 
Eraser intersects. 
210 Carthony Minnie, c 
68 McCoy Rebecca Mrs 
50 Holmes Wm 
48 Latimer Albert 



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CULVER, from Ella, n w to 
Greens Ferry ave, 2 w of 
Leonard (Barracks), Ward i. 
2 Denham Sarah 

77 Ricnardson G A 

79 Green C P 



CUNNINGHAM, from Crow- 
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CURRIER, from Peachtree e 
to Jackson, i n of Forest ave, 
Wards 4 and 6. 

4 Holliday J S, Jr 

5 Walker Frank R 

7 Glenn John 
» 8 Gay E S 

9 Smith Horace D 

1 1 Green Miss M J 

Courtland ave intersects. 

22 Winn J N 

23 Dozier H W 

24 Law F B 

25 Holliday R A 

26 Lewis C M 

28 Callaway H R 
30 York J G 
34 Scott W J 
37 Redding J 
39 Brown ], c 
41 Franklin C, c 
43 Willis MoUie, c 
45 Buggs Cicero, c 
Mills C, c 

Colkoun mterseds. 
Hinton Paul, c 
Fort intersects. 
Blachaon i)dersects. 

8 Bailey George, c 
141 Maddox A, c 

146 Goss Geo, c 

147 Crumidy Ollie, c 

148 Tate Banks, c 

150 Smith John, c 

151 Evans Riley 



CURTIS ALLEY, from 266 W 
Peters e to C R R 



CYPRESS, from Third n be- 
yond limits. I w of Peachtree. 
W^ard 6. 



DABNEY, from 
Grant's Park, i 
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DAIRY, from Plum e to W 
Peachtree, 2 s of North ave, 
Wards 5 and 6. 

1 Dougherty R 

2 Tate Mrs M 
Davis R A 

3 Stanley W E 

Luckie intersects. 
Hawes W C 
Johnson J P 

Venable intersects. 
Brandon Mrs M 
Bagwell J W 

McAfee intersects. 
Folder intersects. 
Morris T 
Walton B 

Orme intersects. 
Cor Brown Sarah, c 
Shell Hattie, c 
10 Irby Edward, c 
12 Rhodes George, c 
155 Holleman Henry, c 
210 Adams Annie, c 
Winship Booker, c 
W^ilson Lewis, c 
Eliza alley intersects. 
7 Letchworth E H 
5 Poole Solomon 
25 Gray Henry 

Williams intersects. 
Spring intersects. 
DANIEL, from Decatur n to 
Edgewood ave, i e of Boule- 
vard, Ward 4. 
I Vacant 
3 Barton R H 



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4 Rentz H, c 

5 Bradley E L 

6 Vacant 

7 Slaughter G, c 

8 Keynolds H, c 

9 Vacant 

13 Hammonds Sam, c 
21 Hunnicutt G W 
23 Walker L C 



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Rock, I w of Haynes,Ward 
I Robinson J, c 
3 Jackson W, c 
5 Ford Lizzie, c 
19 McMurray P, c 
Head H, c 
W. Mitchell intersects. 
David E C 
Hard man S A 
Goodlett E, f 
James G, c 
Hill T,c 

W. Hunter interseets. 
54 Harris J S 

60 Teat W A 

61 Green P H 
Johnson D J 

6;^ Steadman C P 

64 Ennis J T 

65 White J L 

Ennis al commences. 

66 Ennis W M 

67 Smith P S 

68 Thomas Mrs A T 

69 Light M K 

70 Spear J A 

71 Grier J J 
Harvill A J 
Warwick J C 
Lee A A 
Holbrook R 
Vacant 
Rives J A 



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Orna mental, Gold, Bronze and Com posi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

234 Marietta Street. 



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Burnett J C 
Hawkins Mrs Ellen 
Teat H P 

Carter commences. 
Reeves A A 
Lester I B 

Rhodes intersects. 
Loving C A 
Lasalle Miss A M 
Smith W L 
Kennedy J 
Munns H, c 
Evans S A 
Haney T W 
Bailey A P 
Smith 1" 
Williams W 
Slider J R 

Magnolia intersects. 
Kirby Lewis G 
Middlebrook Wm 
Barrett J M 
McCown J A 
Rauschenberg Paul G 
Gardner Burton E 
Gardner Mrs Sarah J 
Conley M M 
Maier A D 
Gable Joseph E 
Myers Dennis D 
Schenck J G 
Schenck Frederick H 
Gardner & Meyers 
Preston James 
Ireland Wm 

Foundry intersects. 
Asbury Meth Ch 
Sanford H E 



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Sells, Bents and Exchanges Dairy, Fruit and 
Truck Farms in all Parts of Georgia. 

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60-61 Vacant 


UAn;?ACTnSES OF EOME-ltASZ 


Basement — 


SADDLES AKD HARNESS 




I'hompson R G 
Caldecott G C A 


33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 


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Gramling, Spalding & Co 




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Atlanta Rubber Co 


See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 


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Draper, Moore & Co. 




Kimball House 


DAVIS— Cont'd. 


22 


Torbett & McCandless 


189 Jennings Jennie, r 


21&23 Thompson Joseph 


191 Brannan A D 


20 


Sou Granite Co 


193 Connor H L 


19 


Hawkes A K 


195 Rice W T 


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Palmer R L 


Thurmond ends. 


17 


Crenshaw W T 






Pryor intersects 


DECATUR, from 25 Peachtree 


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Peacock & Legge 


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Haltiwanger Taylor Drg Co 


R R, Wards 4 and 6. 


22 


Atkins J W & E C 


3 Beerman & Silverman 


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Bates, Kingsberry & Co 


4 Silvey John & Co 


27 


Nplly S 


5 Askew James 


28 


Lichtenstine L 


10 Gould Bldg 




Wilson & Smith 


American Trust & Bkg Co 




Landrum S H 


Mutual Life Ins Co of N Y 




Smith John Clay 


Perdue & Egleston 




Nunn L L & Co 


Rooms — 


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Faith \y H 


1-2-3 So Mut Bldg & L Assn 


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Smith J B 


Hale W C 


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McCandless A W 


5-6-7 United Underwriters 


36 


Marshall A S 


8 Manhattan L Ins Co 


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Abraham A 


10 Washington L Ins Co 


39 


McLean J S & Lemke 


15 Johnson M 


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19 Gould E F 


40 


Kenny P J 


20 Nicolson W P 


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VGate City Hotel 


25 N B & M Ins Co 


41- 


-43 F W Hart Sash & D Co 


26 Sou Cotton Oil Co 


42 


O'Brien Bryan 


32 Barker C P N 


44 


Lynch J J 


33 Vacant 


45 


Sou Belting Co 


34 Vacant 


46 


Daus Adolph 


35 Tompkins H B . 


48 


Liebermuth J 


36 Gate City Oil Co 




Queen F M 


41-42 Sou Mer Agcy 




Loyd commenees. 


Carbolic Smoke Ball Co 


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Allen & Boylan 


44 Goodrich W W & Son 


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^Veems Mrs L M 


45 Latham T W 




'Central Hotel 


47-48-49 Bruce & Morgan 


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DECATUR— Cont'd. 

52 Marcus M & Bro 

53 Lee Joe 

54-56 Hentschel Carl 
54^Cannon House 
57"Rucker K A, c 

Ivy commences. 

58 Cooper John H 

59 Parker S, c 

60 Rockwell & Harris 

62 Eplan Leon 
62^Spiegler & Duhme 
62-64 Smith J B 

63 Franklin & Co 
63iParker Sam, c 

65 Smith & Smith 

66 Friend J M 

68 Marks Simon & Co 

70 Jacobus H 

72 Kieferstein K H 

72^Hennies C E 

74 Tray n ham Wm L 

76 Fresch L 

7 6^ Jordan Mattie, t 

7 7 ''Mulligan Mrs M J 

78 Wallace F M 

78-^ Stephenson Robert, c 

80 Vacant 
SoiBurns Carrie 

8 1 "83 Spence N C 

82 Hayes Bros & Co 

84 Hoffman Henry 

85 Freeman W G 

86 Macks Morris 

87 Teitlebaum M 

88 Karwisch H 
88 Sugarman N , 

Courtland commences. 
Collins commences. 
Johnson S, c 

90 Beyer M & Sons 

91 Van Stavoren J D 

92 Stienfeld M 
94 Jaffe Julius 

97 Smith A A 

98 May M 



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99 Parks S c 
ICO Hooper B F, <- 
loi Clower Mrs M W 

102 Carter Frank C, c 

103 Swift T L 

104 HilleyJR 
106 Teplitsky J 
107-109 Terry W M 
108 Ketchum J I 

Rabinnovitz F 
no Smith M J 

1 1 1 Minor T A 

112 Sinkovitz I 
McQueen & McAdams 
Laster A, c 

II 3- II 5 Morris Ewing & Co 
114 South F 
ii5|McElroy Mrs M A 
116 Minon J, c 

118 Rhodes A G 
II 8-1 20 Gottlieb J 
ii8^Dive A H 

119 Wood Rachel 

121 Buchanan J F 

122 Hoge T H 

123 Daus A 
i23^Roughlin H 

124 Straus D 

Calhoun mtersects. 

126 Boylan J 

127 Vacant 

128 Taylor H K 
130 Barnes E 
i30^Nix Jonah, c 

132 Mosely R J 

133 Simpson J W 

134 Nix Jonas, c 
i34^Patterson Mrs M S 



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DECATUR— Cont'd. 

35 Clay J E H 

36 Batchelor J A 
37-139 Morris S A & J A 
40 Gant A L 

43 Fort S, f 

44 Connelly J O 
44-iRobinson A, c 
45^McCord A F 

46 Moore T M 
46^Reid Mrs M E 

47 Schein & Cohn 

48 Maxwell G D 
48^Donohue Mrs A 

49 Hunter J 

50 Jones A, c 

51 Moton Margaret 

52 Gainor H, c 

53 Yallovitz Bros 
52^Rountree Carrie, c 

54 Holland John H 
Borochoff I 

54^Schoen C & Son 
56-158 Stewart & Tolbert 
56^Baker Mrs S E 

55 Connor & Turner 
57 Freisleben & Co 

Butler intersects. 

59 Winburn G W 

60 Hodges W J 
60 Lovett Mrs S J 
62 Findley J A 

64 Moten H A, c 

65 McElhaney G, c 

66 Koplan M 

67 Dupree Sarah, c 

70 Taylor A A 

71 Harrison L M & Co 



172 Barry C M 
176 Brooks B C & Bro, c 
178 Matthews George, c 
1 78^ Williams R, c 
180 Casey Wm, c 
182 Dozier A, r 
184 Crew W, c' 
186 Montgomery P, c 
188 Hagan T T & Son 
R & D R R frt depot 
Pratt hitersects. 
192 Williams A, r 
194 McClendon J L 
196 Johnson J F 
198 Archer C C 
200 Harris R B 
206 Garmony J S 
212 Martin M C 
214 Hill Flora, c 
216 Bieser J C 
218 BroAvn E, c 

220 Tate James & Son 

221 Bendey Mrs M E 

222 Crow & Stanford 

224 Dickson Phylis, c 

225 Lacy E E 

228 Gathright W E 
229-231 Polk J K 
230 Peek Miss N 

Moore intersects. 

232 Loftis J L 

233 Daley Mrs N 

234 Abernathy J L & Co 
234^Lee Mrs N C 
236"Morris B H 
236^Williams Mrs L A 
239 McGuirk J M 

242 Shackleford C F 
Crim C E 

243 Beach S W 

244 Buchanan W T 
246 Buchanan T J 

248 Vacant 

249 Sullivan D F 

250 Wells W R 
253 Chandler D P 



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254 Walker Mrs J E 

2 58 Abernathy J L & Co 

260 Bieser Bros 

261 Francis Wm M 

262 Adamson & Son 

Bell intersects. 

263 Monday H, c 

263 Vincent W J 
263^-Hull F A 

264 Morgan D C 

265 Tliompson & Camp 
268 Beall Miss F 

Winn Mrs E 

270 Rose J W 

271 Mehaffey W S 

272 Faulkner Mrs B 
Johnson J A, c 

-73 Vacant 

282 George Nancy, c 

284 Dozier Green, c 

285 Nace E S 

286 McGhee Alfred 

288 Maddox & Divine 

289 Vacant 

290 ^Vilfianis Ed, c 

Fort intersects. 

297 Williams H E 

298 Vacant 

299 Buice David 

300 Loveless Ella, c 
301-309 North Ga Marble Wks 

302 Prater Nannie 

303 Green Gilbert, c 

304 Leach John 
308 Vacant 

Moss & Morson 
Horton R L 
Barnes F P 
Thomas M, c 
Hamilton G A 
Smith I H 
Slanton D D 

miliard commences. 
326 Hudgens J E 
328 Smith W P 



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330 Hall G T 
33oiBlocker D W 

331 Tripod A P 

332 Owensby Mrs L C. 

334 Vacant 

335 Clay Johnson 

336 Norwood J F 

339 Henderson Geo W 
342 Overton J H 
345 McDaniel M M 

348 Stowers T J 

349 Stepp S J 
351 Russell J R 
352-354 Stowers T J & Co 
358-60 Ragland T J 

359 Holt J R 

361 Hollingsworth W R 

362 Bridwell W M 
365 Kelly Mrs B A 

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367 Vacant 

368 Phillips F 
402 Phillips J W 

Antoinette commences. 
Gartrell Lucius J 

Lucy commences. 
Lytle A T W 
Pharr T J 
Parks & Bro 
Sahle G G 
Fitzgerald commences. 
478 Lytle A T W 
480 Brooks F M 
482 Conger T A 

Boidevard intersects 
484 Beauchamp G B 
496 Smith C 



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DECATUR— Cont'd. 
495 Lackey H E 

497 Thompson C J 

498 Minhinnett & Co 

499 Murphey & Son, c 

500 Carpenter J L 
502 Duggan T W 

504 Hamilton W H 

505 Hildebrand J N 

Daniel commences. 

506 Jolly & Son 

507 Bradley E L 

508 Vacant 

510 Walker G W 

Howell commences. 
512 Shea Jane 
512 Connor Moses 
514 Strickland M P 
516 Maxwell Henry 
518 Zachry Augustus, c 
520 Raughton Frank 
522 Bates J T 

522 Powers S 1 

523 Bendy H H 

Bradley commences. 
526 Johnson S T 
528 Langford J R 

Cornelia commences. 
530-532 Crockett J P 
534 Plunkett H A 
536 Cook J S 
538 Minuity Thomas, c 

Woolfolk Isaac, c 
540 Thomas Henry, c 

Haffjard's al commences. 
562 Ayers J A 

Ella commences. 
564 Bailey N, c 



566 Robinson J H 
568 Buice John 
570 Smith S D 

Gtinby commences. 
578 ^^'ebb W D 

M'allis row commences. 
614 McCarthy W M 
616 Lanier I N 

Pharr Wm 

Edwards Frank 

Herndon Andrew 
640 White W D 
642 ^^'hite &: Bro 



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John, near limits, Ward 5. 



DELB RIDGE, from Walnut w 
to Arthur, i n of Carter. 
I Vacant 
3 Vacant 
5 Vacant 

7 Weaver W, c 

8 Vacant 



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10 Comes D L, ^ 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Thomas H, c 
Jones C, c 

16 Boswell J T, r 

17 Haywood P, c 

18 Sheppard M 

19 Ball S, c 



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4 Mayo D T 
4 Brown Joseph 
10 Woodsides R W 
12 Scrog2;ins Bartow 
6 Guill t H 
8 Rogers W T 



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DORAY, from W Hunter n, i 
vv of Chestnut, Ward i. 
Carter intersects. 

2 Roberts L; c 

3 Willis "Wm, c 
5 Ellington C, c 
7 Burke J W, c 

17 Bankston C H 

23 Terrell James 

23 Callaway J W 

25 Kendrick J P 

25 Jones Henry, c 

30 Hogan Emma, c 

32 Tigner James, c 

33 Echols Mary, c 

33 Rushing Wm, c 

34 Smith Jennie, c 
34 Johnson B F, c 

36 Spain Gilbert, c 

37 KHne J 



DOVER, from Elliott to Tat- 
nall, I s of Markham, Ward i. 
7 Towns G, c 
Rarney A, c 
18 Robinson L, c 
22 Keith Lou, c 
24 Hill N, c 

29 Upshaw Wm, c 

30 Simmons Nancy, c 
51 Davis Esther, c 

53 Stewart Malinda, c 

64 Satterwhite J 

65 Gordon Maria, c 

66 Hill J, c 

67 Sanders R, c 



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LARGEST ASSORTMENT 

XjeTj^rsst IF'xices 122. City at 

A. P. TRIPOD, 

60-62 MARIETTA STREET. 

73 Cook F, c 

75 Thrasher G T, c 

88 Brown Matilda, c 

89 West Henry, c 

90 Cotton C, c 

91 Epps Lewis, c 

92 Anderson H, <: 
94 Hobbs Sophia, c 
96 Simmons D, c 

142 Henderson A, c 



DRAKE'S ALLEY, between 
Harris and Ripley. 



DUNLAP, from Highland ave 
to E Cain, 'Ward 4. 



DUNN'S ALLEY, from Man- 
gum to Nelson, near Haynes, 
AVard i. 



EARL, from Marietta, between 
Foundry and Thurmond, n e 
to Luckie, Ward 5. 
6 Peacock C A 

28 Simmons AV S 

42 Holcomb J M 

44 Carter C M 



EDGEWOOD AVENUE, from 
Peachtree e, i n of Decatur, 
I s of Wheat 
I Elkin Watson Drug Co 
liRidley R B 
^Roy G G 

Kendall P 

Cuesta A L 

Gaston J McF 

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37 ^Wliiteltall Street. 

EDCiEWOOD AVE— Cont'd. 
5 Silvey John & Co 
II Am T & B Co 
15 Gramling, Spalding & Co 
17 Atlanta Rubber Co 

21 Draper, Moore & Co 
Moore, Marsh & Co 

Fryor intersects. 
20 Nicolas Miss M E 

22 Pitts W B 

24 Jarvis Buggy Co 
Ivy })iter>'ects. 
A & E St R R 
E Atl Land Co 
Hayne Grocery Co 
Hayne Mrs E 
Con rtland intersects. 
75 Latimer G T 
106 Kee Joseph W 
108 Barney Charles 
7 1 Purcell J C 
77 Vacant 

Calhoun intersects. 
4 Wurm Dr F A 
118 Wurm A J 

10 Green J W 
Bowles M L 

1 1 Tucker M, r 

12 Hubner C W 

19 Fluellen Louisa, c 

20 AUensworth Dr J C 
Dull S R 

21 Brown Felix, t 
White B M 

30 Gary Mary, c 
32 Hamilton A, c 
^^ Knox Howard, c 
35 Kemp ^Lary, c 



Pharr & McGuffey 
Mystic Hall 

Bidler intersects. 
39 Brown Ford, c 

42 Jenkins John, c 

43 Robinson Abraham, 
95 Longly B F 

Bell ends 
46 Faith Pearl, c 
48 Mathis Luke, c 
50 Allison James 

52 Con head Ella 

53 Dobbs J, c 

54 Washington Geo, c 

55 Parker Jas, i 

56 Hudson Wm 
Yancy Henry, c 

58 Coles Jordan 
Grant Carrie, c 
Fort intersects. 
100 Howell Mrs L 
102 Shelton Mrs A 

Clemmons Joseph, c 
104 Brooks Jerry, c 
106 Pittman Susie, c 
no Gray J C 

HilUard intersects. 
112 Williams Annie, c 
114 Jefferson T, c 

Yonge intersects. 

Jackson intersects. 
148 Furlow J, c 
150 Webster Henry, c 

155 Shakespeare Clark, c 

Fitzgerald ends. 

156 Mills Adam, c 
158 King D, r 

160 Johnson J A 

161 Wallace Burton, c 

163 Gaines W F, c 

164 O'Neill D H 

165 Vacant 
167 Vacant 

Boulevard intersects. 
203 Beavers G W 
208 Baker W E 



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210 Brooks D E 

Daniel ends. 
212 Adams Eugene F 

212 Rodriguez E A 

213 Barlow Jackson 

214 Wilson Virgil A 
217 Laster J, c 

219 Simpson A, c 

220 Sheldon Charles A 
222 Rose Joseph C 
224 Vacant 

226 Thompson H C 

Howell interi^ects. 

63 Powell R C 

65 Williams J C 
233 Williams L I 
235 Beavers James L 
241 Finch Wm, t: 
247 Veal Mrs F 

Bradley intersects. 
253 Hadley F M 

277 Treadwell H 

Cornelia commences. 
Randolph commences. 
Merritt [ B 

278 McGill S, c 

284 Loundes Milton, c 
286 Simmons Rosanna, /: 
288 George Crawford, c 
36 Harris W D 

Ella intersects. 
290 Moton Lucinda, <: 
292 Hill Wilmore, c 

R & D R R intersects. 
298 Jones B F 

Waddell intersects. 
300 Vacant 
302 Vacant 



EDWARDS, from Simpson n 
to John, I w of Chattahoo- 
chee, Ward 5. 
1 1 Black J T 

14 Shell Lemon 

15 Stockton R 



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23^ Marietta Street. 

21 Duke R F 

20 Tomlinson L P 

25 Lee D J 

27 Chevalier W P 



EEDS, from Windsor w to C R 
R, 2 s of Glenn, Ward 2. 
I LaGrange W 
3 Hutchins J W 
5 Thrasher V H 
7 Cooper G W 



ELIZA ALLEY, from Hunni- 
cutt n to North ave, i e of 
Orme, Ward 5. 

ELIZABETH (South Atlanta), 
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ELLA, from Chapel s w to 
limits (Barracks), Ward i. 

19 lones Wm 

20 Cover O H P 

21 Peacock J P 

22 Brown J 

23 Bullard"WT 
23^Jones C 8 

24 Mashburn J J 

25 Winkles S J 

27 Holt W H 

28 Bowie R T 

29 Mason Wm 

30 Crabtree W M 

31 Trouton B C 

32 Lang J A 



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MANUFACTUEEE OF HOME-MALE 

SADDLES AHD HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 
See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEORBIA. 

ELLA, from Ga Ry n to Wheat, 
near limits. Ward 4. 

1 Vacant 

2 Cash C H 

7 Callaway Martin, c 
1 1 Moon Thomas, c 

13 LePoj>e Cora, c 

14 Jackson I, c 

15 Mitchell Frank, c 

17 Upson Henry, c- 

18 Robertson M, c 

19 Slack Reece, c 

20 Glass Rogers, c 

25 Churchill Mrs G A 

27 Collins Martha, c 

28 Harmon J T 
no Williams John, c 

112 Truitt Berry, c 

113 Dillard Josephine, c 
115 Drummond Allen, c 
117 Ridley Thomas, c 

1 Awtrey F M 

2 Nash James 
1 1 Carr Taylor 

Hart Oliver 

3 Williams Robert, c 
5 Turner Wm, c 

9 Berry Minnie, c 
1 1 Rucker Josie, c 
13 Burks Wm, c 



ELLIOTT, from Nelson n to 
John, parallel with E T V & 
G R R, Wards i and 5. 
I Norris W D 

Markham intersects. 

19 Rakestraw H, c 

20 Bridwell W L 



28 Dooley Mrs M J 

W Mitchell intersects. 
48 Spence O B 
54 Wallace A W 

W Hunter intersects. 
64 Willingham & Co 
88 Vacant 
92 Murphy M 
96 Vacant 
100 Parks C, c 
106 Lester W, c 

Rhodes intersects. 

127 Brooks ]\Ladison, c 

128 Bentley Mollie, c 
132 Easton Melissa, c 
136 Sanders Jacob, c 
138 Hudson S, c 

Magnolia intersects. 
142 Schmeltzer F W J . 
144 Hughes Mrs M S 
144 Carson B B 
147 Hill Rev E S 
149 Grimes Lucy, c 
151 Dean Hattie, c 
151 Porter Sallie, c 
153 Randall Willis, c 

162 Sperlin Mrs Martha 

163 King Lewis, c 

164 Sanders Ella, c 

Foundry intersects. 
184 Robinson Elizabeth, c 

Johnson Ella, c 
186 Parker John, c 

Neiuton intersects. 

Hall L H & Co 

Atlanta Coffin Factory 
200 Weston Francis, c 
202 Vacant 
204 Dorsey Carrie, c 
212 Carter Isaac, c 
216 Simmons Isham, c 
218 Ferrell Fred 

Thurmond intersects. 
220 Hendricks Philip, c 
224 Morrison L A 
234 Mays J P 



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Mays W H 
May>i al commences. 
236 Booth T E 
250 Sweat E S 

Rock intersects. 
Dabner H, c 
260 Berry Henry, c 

Henry commence--^. 
Moss & Morson 
Simpson intersects. 
Georgia Pacific freight lepot. 
Jones ave interseci-. 
Joh moH commence--^. 
12 Marler John 
84 Griggs Hattie, c 

Bush comynence.- . 



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Church and e to Hilli ird, i n 
of Houston, Wards _; and 6 

GOING WEST. 

6 Rhodes A G 
8-10 Moore B F 
10 EstesJ M 

Church of the Redeemer. 

GOING EAST. 

18 Roy DrGG 

23 Lowry G P 

24 Walton Mrs E 

25 Jones W E 

26 Watson R F 

Ivy intersects. 
34 Baisden J A S 
38 Kelley John 

46 Durand Mrs M F 

47 Ballard Mrs N A 
49 Anderson E T 

51 Mickleberry W H C 

53 Bondurant J T 

54 Merritt Mrs H T 

55 Stokes W J 

56 Cabaniss G A 
58 Bensel Wm 
62 Harris J A 

Courtland ave intersects. 



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11 and 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 and 
106 Broad Streets. Tel. 420. 



66 Grand H P 
73 Button E W 
79 Berry E M 

83 Adams J P 

84 Northern C S 

Clifford ends. 

86 Albert W J 

87 Lawrence J W 

89 Neal John 

90 Lawrence P B 

93 Williams, <r 

94 Pause O T 

95 Lane J H 

98 Jordan George 

Calhoun intersects. 
TOO Gouge J W 
104 Kellog M P 
107 Bracher Wm, c 
no Strickland .A.lbert, c 
116 Miner Jackson, c 
119 Slack Lewis, c 
Brown J, c 

121 Thomas E J, <: 

122 Hayes Martha, c 

123 Slaton Lucy, c 

124 Payton Zack, c 

125 Jackson Martha, c 

126 Upson Stephen, c 

127 Moore Eliza, c 

129 Wallace John, c 

130 Waits Henry, c 
130 Allen Adeline, c 
132 Curry Georgia, c 
132 Grissom Charles, c 
134 Howard Henry, c 

Butler intersects. 
140 Hopkins Dock, c 
142 Summers Amy, c 



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EISEMAN BROS., 

ONE PRICE 

Clothiers and Hatters, 

(7 and 19 Whitehall street. 

ELLIS— Cont'd. 

143 Mathis E, c 

144 Wilson Celia, c 

145 Vacant 

146 Powell Allen, c 

148 Fletcher Thomas, c 

149 Hawkins Jennie, c 
151 Dickerson Mary, c 
155 Merton A, c 

Valentine intemecU. 
160 Stubbs C, c 
164 Summers F, c 
166 Hey wood S, c 
172 Cunningham F, c 
175 -Rogers J, c 

179 Steele H, c 

180 Walls J, c 
182 Smith Wm, c 

Fort intersects. 
218 Person A, c 
220 Mathis G, c 
222 Bryant G, c 
224 Landrum J 
226 Jenkins A S 
228 Vaughn C G 



29 Bufford G, c 

31 Watson Sophia, c 

ELMORE, from Georgia R R 
s along side Oakland Ceme- 
tery, Ward 3. See Gullatt. 



EMMA, from W & A R R w 
to limits, I n of Kennedy, 
Ward 5 (Bellwood.) 
I Vacant 

Gray intersects. 
10 Baldwin W L 
Crawford E, c 
Chattahoochee intersects. 
Varner D B 
Gordon Mrs Carrie 
Worley M E 
20 McColgan Mrs Mary 

Strong intersects. 
30 Sellers Miss Alice 
^6 Sellers J P 
38 Crumley Mrs Catherine 
42 Foster Warren, c 
48 Jones W C 
155 Williams J W 
158 Walker Mrs A 



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the limits. 



ENNIS ALLEY, from Davis w 
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EUGENLA., from Windsor e to 


ELM, from 252 W Fai 


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Pry or, i s of Rawson, Ward 2. 


sons. I w of Vine, 


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3 Zeigler A B 


2 Roberts J A 




Cooper intersects. 


Wilson W B 




5 Reece E C 


3 Post Spencer, c 




6 Corbin M V 


4 Spurlin J P 




8 Duke Dalton 


6 Saxe Sarah, c 




9 Whitfield G M 


8 King Richard, c 




Formivalt intersects. 


10 Smith Van, c 








14 Studivant E, c 




EXCHANGE PLACE. See 


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I. B. Williams & SonS'l^tlanta Ruhher CD. 



LEATEES BELTUra A»D LACE LEATEEB. 



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55 Thompson Jerry, c 
50 Harrington R R 
52-54-56 AtlSt RR Co 



EZZARD, from Daniel e to 
Ella, I n of Decatur, Ward 4. 
I Mathews James 
3 Whitley T J 

5 Wadkins Nick, c 

6 Woodall Fannie c 

10 Rose J C 

11 Collie F, c 

12 Leslie Alonzo, c 

Cornelia intersects. 

31 Vacant 

32 Pylant S R 

38 Webb Richard, c 



FACTORY, from Ga R R s, 
w of Borne, Ward 3. 
4 Elsas I 
6 Ray I P 
12 Blackman J J 
31 Rich Mrs A 

Tennels intersects. 

37 Morton Rosa, c 

38 Vacant 

39 Bond Mrs S O 

40 Dobbs Joseph 
42 Boyd John 

44 Acree Thomas 
46 Culbertson Henry 

51 Bias Mrs E A 

52 Dobbins W, c 

53 Ray Walter 
55 Johnson A L 

Pierce G N 
Vacant 
Nelson M A 
Robinson H, c 
Wallace James 
Smith H W 
Strickland T J 



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Cotton Spinning Co's Mills. 



PIM & TAYLOR 



-CONTEACTOKS IN- 



Raising and Moving Bniidings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with. 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Article. 



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2 Cavin Mrs M J 

3 Cessna Wm 

4 Duncan J W 

5 Pitt man J E 

6 Vacant 

7 Mitchell Mrs M E 

8 Pearce J R 

8 Parks G B 

9 Vacant 
II Vacant 

12' Hurt Dock 

13 Vacant 

FAIN, from Hilliard w to Bell, 

2 s of Edgewood ave, Ward 4. 

3 Anderson G A, c 

8 Taylor Pinkie, c 

9 Tanner I, c 

10 Byrd J W, c 
lo^Jones H J, ^ 

11 Brooks Esther, c 

12 Woodward John, c 

14 Jackson Alice, c 
16 Wind George, c 



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its and w to limits, Wards i, 
2 and 3. 

GOING EAST. 

I Ozburn R S 

Cunningham Mrs Emily 
Formivalt intersects. 
Pryor intersects. 
Noble Dr G H 
Chisholm Albert F 
Duer Dr J H 

66 Griffin J H 

67 Walpole Mrs M 

69 Biederman Mrs R V 



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THE mm I im mm co. 

MILL SUPPLIES, 

MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Fittings and Brass 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

FAIR— Cont'd. 

71 Hayes H T 

72 Maher Mrs C T 

73 Davis Jefferson 
75 Mattison Alex 

St car stables 

Loijd intersects. 
108 Dodd Wesley, c 

PiiUiam intersects. 
113 Corrigan J A 
115 Spencer S B 
1 1 7 Butt T M 

Washington intersects. 
148 Crosby Walter 
155 VanGoitsnoven Emil 
157 Griffin Dr E 

Ch'etv intersects. 
167 Pattillo W P 
175 Watkins H B 
179 Brady T B 

Cajiitol ave intersects. 
201 Dunlap J B 

205 Fitzgibbon T 

206 Lyons Mrs Mary 

209 Swords R W 

210 Rutledge Walter, c 

211 Jones G P 

212 Lane Austin, c 
217 Gusse D 

219 Wheat Mrs M A 
221 Warren W C 

221 Gregory J R 

222 Smith A N, ^ 

Fraser intersects. 

223 Buchanan A J 
232 Woods Hattie, c 
236 Cannon Isham, c 
240 Langford George, c 



Gregory Ruth, c 
241 Jester Wm R 
243 Monaghan John B 
247 Holhs J B 

249 Vignaux B 

250 Smith Mrs Elizabeth 

Terry intersects. 
253 Alsabrook J L <& J T 
256 Needham W L 
258 Hilton Augustus 
262 Miller P T 

265 Sullivan Mrs Ellen 

266 Wrigley Joseph A 

267 Howard Mrs A C 

268 Johnson C P 

269 Murray M R 
Muller F L 

272 Gray Mrs M W 

273 Green L J 

Martin intersects. 
276 McHan T C 

283 Acker Ernest H 

284 Stanley C L 

285 Thompson Mrs R M 

289 Massa E A 

290 Barrett W W 

292 Pratt G H 

293 McMahon Mrs M 

294 Cook Miss Ester E 

295 Hume E A 

296 Murray M R 

298 Cason J W 

299 Walraven A J. 
301 Warren T A 

King intersects. 
305 Green Frank L 
309 Lee D H 
311 Baker John M 
315 Ozburn S K 
317 towler J G 

ConnaUy hitersects. 
323 Marshall Mrs L 

325 Garvey P A 

326 Johnson A 

Moore ends. 
Christian W C D 



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General Aeents Oeor^a and Alabama, 
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FAIR— Cont'd. 

328 Spinks H D 

329 Moore Mrs Augusta 
Fair St School 

Kelleij intersects. 
Davis W C 
McDonald Oscar V 
Walker D 
Wallace S W 
Underwood Marion L 
360 Jones S 

Hill intersects. 

369 McCandless Wm 

370 Demoss G, c 

371 Smith Jonas S 
Gill H S 

Fort ends. 
Farmer S D 
Mann Mrs M A 

415 Armistead Joel C 

416 Bohannon Joshua 

417 Frizzell Wm H 

419 White Mrs E 

420 Reagans 

422 Roberts B W 

424 Lawrence Miss Julia 

425 Collier T E 

426 Vandevenbea Horace 

428 Pate J E 

433 Norton J L 

Grant intersects. 

429 McWaters John F 

434 Gray Mrs Mary 

George ends. 

438 Criddell Fannie, c 
442 Reese Westly, c 

444 Turner Nancy, c 

Gullatt intersects. 

445 Billup Wm 
447 Howell H C 

Houston M C 
Scott Chas, c 
Stokes Gus, c 

435 Plummer Mrs S 

439 demons John 



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MANUPACOUEEK OF 

Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining ?nd Oil Colors, 

White Lead, 1-Coat Carriage Paints,&c 

Factory, 331 Decatur Street.- 



-Office, 60-62 Marietta Street. 

Oakland Cemetery 
Thomas commences. 
Dahney commences. 
Lambert Mrs Ann 
Park ave commences. 
Boidevard intersects. 
Word Mrs E H 
344 Sneed B B 
449 Laird F E 

GOING WEST. 

Forsyth intersects. 
17 Klatt Emil W 
19 Girardeau C H 

21 Few J M 

22 Schiff F 

23 Tishman Max 

25 Keegan A 

26 Barnes J J 

27 Gordon L 
7,8 Gloer J W 

42 Cartwright W, c 
44 Weiss Wm 
48 Edwards Mrs L G 
Railroad intersects. 
Peters intersects. 

92 Kimbell Mrs M F 

93 Waits A M 

94 Taylor WM 
Merritt J H 

Walker intersects. 
117 Thompson C F 

122 White F O 

123 Johnson J D 

127 Masseling W 

128 Wolfe H R 

129 Johnson W P 
131 Lea A T 
140 Doster W J 



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Babies' Picturesj^^j^ Premium Art Gallery, 



A SPECIALTY AT 



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FETZEt^'S 

ALL KINDS OF 

Fufni^jing^ I pat^ 

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FAIR— Cont'd. 
41 Klasset Charles 
Bailey J S 
McManaman E F 
Pullins Emma, c 
Harrison M, c 
Rasberry W H 
Chcvpel intersects. 
51 Gossett J H 

53 Alread Mrs M 

54 Powell John, c 
56 Wylie Geo, c 
63 McCrary J W 

Wiley Ella, c 

Costley W A 

Whalen Patrick 

Gregg H 

Bailey ends. 
82 Chapman Mrs S A 
84 Farr J B 
86 Simpson F M 

90 Johnson M W 

91 Hayden Z F 

94 Wallace Chapel (Presbyt'n) 
96 Hooks B C 

Walnut ends. 
Edge C F 
Poole G W 
Mylius G G 
Adams J A 
Rice D D 
210 Garrow George 
213 Chandler J E 
215 Sigman G P 
217 Wilson Stainback 

219 Smith E E 

220 McDaniel Mrs F E 

221 Crumbley J H 



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206 



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228 
229 
230 



222 McEwen C E 

223 Jones W R 

224 Frisby R J 

Vine ends. 
Daily P J 
Felt B 
Elder M R 
Winburn H N 

232 Gossett J H 

233 Patterson W H 
235 Berry Mrs Jane 

241 Marible Lorenzo, c 

242 Home Emanuel, c 

245 Payton N, c 

246 Vacant 

247 James G, c 

Elm intersects. 

249 Johnson G, c 

250 McLelland Mrs L E 

252 Cartwright W, c 

251 Bell L R, c 

253 Green Wyatt, c 

254 Bogans Isaac, c 
257 Ferryman S 
259 Slater A J 

261 Bradley J F 
263 Abbott J N 



FAIRLIE, from 
to Church, i 
Wards 5 and 6. 

Walton intersects. 
26 Lent B F 
31 Currier C E et al 

Poplar intersects. 
Luckie intersects. 

58 Perry W B 

59 Lawshe P F 

60 Shaver Dr D 
Reed W P 

James iiitersects. 

62 Sexton A L 

63 Dykeman S N 

64 Stevenson Mrs M A 

65 Prime Mrs I 

66 Cox J W 



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GEO. CROUCH I Monumental Architect 
77 LOYD STREET. 1 Carvmg a Specialty. 



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AKUni I to I Oj Schools, Public and 

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FAIRLIE— Cont'd. 




SANl WAIvKIER, 


67 Lynch Mrs S 
69 Brown Mrs M S 




'^icfure prame Maker, 


7 1 Perry J M 




rvwT 


AND DEALER IN 






l/TIiaiiieuwti, \jruiu, £>iuu«;ttuu vAJiiiiJirsi- 


FIFTH, from Peachtrre e to 


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Mouldings. All styles of Pictarea 
Frames. Stretchers prepared for 


Fort and w to Cherry, beyond 


Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 


limits. 


Gilmer, 




2>4 Marietta Street. 


FILMORE, now called 


39 


Leers Abraham 


of which it is a continuation. 


46 


Tommey A P 






48 Harper Bennett 




FITZGERALD, from 


Decatuf 




Jones intersects. 


n to Edgewood ave, 


I w or 


54 


Murphy Mrs M 


Boulevard, Ward 4. 




60 


Fields W M 


I Reeves W T 




63 Cooper J A 


3 Hamilton G L 




64 Forsyth W G 


5 Prisock M J 




73 


Wathan Richard 


17 Barrow T J 




74 


Thornton J A 


22 Johnson A J 




75 


Johnson Mrs M A 


23 Massey W 






Raivson intersects. 


24 Delay W E 




100 


Kerr Mrs S A 


25 Mims J P 






Rawson E E 


45 Holmes R 






Kilby P P 
Euqenia intersects. 




FLETCHER, from Hu 


mphries 


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Bronk Alf 


e 6 s of Georgia ave. 


(Pitts- 


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McFail W E 


burgh.) 




108 


Moore S S 

Fulton intersects. 
Richter Mrs Anne 


FORMWALT, from 198 White- 


Cor 


hall s to limits, I w of 


Pryor, 


137 


Hammond Hannah, <: 


Ward 2. 




139 


Wynne Benj, c 


1 2 Douay D A 






Richardson intersects. 


17 Reich Rev L 






Crumley intersects. 


18 Mount I B 




300 


Bruchman A 


Fair intersects. 




301 


Denson J A 


19 Roberts M L 




304 


Donovan G R 


20 Jacobus J A 




305 


McGuire Mrs Mary 


22 Johnson L C 




306 


Kidd J R 


24 Crawford John 




307 


McGuire P J 


25 Rawls M 




309 


Brennen Patrick 


26 Langford J E 




309 


Stiles Dr S W 


Shipley L A 




310 


Sawtell L P 


28 Lindsay Mrs M A 




312 


Senter C, c 


31 Beebe HC 




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Withers W S 


33 Rudolph Nicholas 




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Peyton W R 


37 Kaufman David 




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w. E. Hanye, Manager. «aarantees all Worte to «iTe Satisfaetlon. 



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Is Selling: Vtujant and Improved 
Property in "West End, which is the 
Choice Residence Portion of Atlanta. 



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W. L. REEDER, 

MANUFAOTUEEE CF HOME-MADZ 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

Bee Page 58. ATLANTA, GEORBI/L 

FORMWALT— Cont'd. 
Cor Doonan J J 

Glenn intersects. 
324 Schultes Alfred 

326 Sullivan J T 

327 Sawtell H C 
336 Woods George 
350 Wright J W 
400 Knight J E 
404 Andrus E S 
408 Fenwick John 



FORREST AVENUE, from 
265 Peachtree e to Jackson, 
I s of Currier, Wards 4 and 6. 
I Venable W H 
19 Venable Mrs S C 
23 Nicolson G A 
27 Glenn John T 
30 Martin Rev M T 

Courtland ave intersects. 
36 Crumley W M 
42 Scales H P 
45 Hopkins J L 
47 Crenshaw J W 
Crenshaw W T 

52 Newman W T 

53 Bizzell Mrs W D 

56 Holliday G H 

57 Green J M 
63 Riley E S 

65 McCarty J D 

66 Holliday Dr J S 

67 Fain W L 

Ca 111 1 ( ) I intersects . 

68 Hancock F G 

69 Boyleston Henry 
73 Zachry J M 



82 Daniel C J 

83 Cook J S 

84 Broom field M, c 

85 Toy R B 

Butler intersects. 

102 Boynton Mrs E 
108 Sturgis T C 
no Gann R M 
112 Silvey J 

117 Williams J G 

103 Crutchfield K, c 

Fort intersects. 
119 Crichton E C 
123 Lewis Peter, c 

Blackmon intersects, 
miliar d intersects. 
147 Wey H B 
149 Wolf A E 
320 Sells Georgia, c 
Peters Thomas 

FORSYTH, from Marietta n to 
Church at junction Peachtree 
and s w to Whitehall, Ward i, 
and divides 5 and 6. 

GOING NORTH. 

5 Massa Enrico A 
7 Bohnfield Chas 
10-12 Weinmeister's. 
13-15 Troy Steam Laundry 
Beck Steam Laundry Co. 
Atl Towel Supply Co. 
Dental Dept Sou Med Col 
16 Sou Botding Wks 
163^ Dozier A W 

Wcdton intersects. 
15 Smith O A 

25 Nolan Mrs E 

26 Westmoreland Mrs R W 

27 Hales J H 

31 Woodward Park 

Poplar intersects. 

33 Winter Mrs A L 

34 Purtell Mrs S J 
36 Hammond J H 

Parker M G 



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Harden Dr V O 
Flanders Mrs L C 
Philips W R 
Orme Dr F H 
Liickie intersects. 

54 Boyd W W 
58 Miller Misses 
60 Krouse Harry 

James intersects. 
63 Swanson W W 
66 Ezzard W L 
68 Emme Michael 
76 Wyche Mrs Bettie 
Oiurch intersects. 
Monnish Dr Rosa 

GOING SOUTH. 

Venable Bros & 

Bldg 
Capitol Bldg 
Pause T R 
Dimmock & Wallace 
McDonald Bros 
McDuffie B F 

11 Snow Henry Y 

12 Sheek & Co 
Cashman & Shields 

15 Boynton G H 

16 Sullivan M V Recr 

17 Foote Abe & Bro 

18 Barnes J J 

19 Vacant 

20 Atl Beef Co 

21 Carlton & Smith 

22 Fain W L 

23-25 Nelson Morris & Co 
Werber Carl 

R R intersects. 
W & A R R offices 

Alabama intersects. 
Constitution bldg 
47 Ashley H P 

55 Hoffman S 

57 Stephens Catherine, c 
60 Irby Shoeing Shop 
63 Sanders J W 



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Hunter intersects. 
Cor Jones & Eosser 
73 Hartman Mfg Co 
75 Russell & Co 
77 Harper Bros 
79 Vacant 

79^Robertson Mrs S R 
"Roberts Miss A 
Kimbro Miss E 
Osterloh Prof G 
Oliver H L 

81 Frick Co 

82 Houchin & Moor 
84 Birdsall Co 

94 Selig S 

Mitchell intersects. 
102 Vacant . 

X04 Bell Wm E 
108 Seitzinger T F 
no Jones G P 
112 Beaumont & Bro 

114 Atl Wooden Ware Co 

115 Inman S W 

116 Wynne C W 

117 Inman S M 
120 Bender Wm 
126 O'Sullivan E J " 
126 Clements A 

126 Stewart W F & Co 
128 Cotton J W 

Peters intersects. 
132 Fain J M 

135 WilHams J H 

136 Williams Mrs 
Gaskell C V 

141 Jones James, c 

145 Bernard Mrs M F 

146 Estes Joshua 



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ONE PRICE 

Clothiers I Furnishers 

17 and 19 Whitehall street. 

FORSYTH— Cont'd. 

49 Foster H P 

50 Johnson Mrs A 

51 Spahr Otto 

52 Chapman Mrs D C 
53~i55 German Lutheran Ch 
58 Hirshfield J 

Garnett iuterseets. 
65 Bell Laura, c 

69 Wolfe H 

70 Phillips J S 

71 Brown Mrs E E S 

72 Maiks J 

74 Hall G C 

75 Crankshaw H & Co 

76 Schoen L 
So'Bowen J C 
82 Wood A A 

Teitlebaum M 
Bluthenthal Aaron 
Strauss D 

Brotherton intersects. 
Vacant 

Hetzel Mrs Henrietta 
Bach Mrs H 
Hirsch M 

97 Nally Martin 

98 Hirsch Henry 

99 Vinton R H 

201 Shulhafer A E 

202 Hirsch Joe 

205 Israel A 

206 Haas Aaron 
210 Guthman Isaac 

214 Eichberg J T 
Gastleherry commences. 

215 Franklin Max 
218 Edison J A 



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220 Brittain J M 

221 Steinau Louis 

222 Cohen Levi 
225 Ludwig E K 

Fair intersects 
229 Brotherton W H 
235 Hall J A 
239 Smith H L 



FORT, from Decatur n to lim- 
its and s to Fair, Wards 3 
and 4. 

2 Vacant 

3 Trowbridge Furn Co 

Fillmore inier)<ects. 
Barnett Laura, c 
33 Kelsey Richard, c 

35 Callaway J, c 

36 Weeks Sarah, c 
38 Williams Eliza, c 
44 Watts Geo 

Schofield commences. 

55 Keith Wm, c 

56 Smith Lizzie, c 

57 Clayton D, c 

59 Poer Rev S E, .r 
61 Holcomb F. c 
63 Ambrose Geo, c 
65 Davenport Geo, c 
67 Lippman G 
71 Car M, c 
73 Mitchell Ira, c 
75 Tuggle T L 
77 Heath W R 

79 Webb J A 

80 McLendon J S 

Fain intersects. 

92 Mann J, c 

93 Tanner G B 

94 Spivey Ann, c 

98 Simmons James, c 
100 Vaughn G, c 
no Lucas Eliza, c 

Fdgewood ave intersects. 
112 Walton Susan, c 
114 Seestrong Cindy, c 



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130 McGruder Edna, c 

131 Conner Mrs L N 

Rasberry at etids. 
200 Miller Caesar, c 

Seagraves & Ellington, c 

Wheat intersects. 
Union St R R Co Stables 
156 Moore J, c 

Old Wheat intersects. 

158 Sansom G, c 

159 Sewell Hannah, c 

160 Davis Melissa, c 
165 Moore George, c 

168 Andrew Lucy, c 

169 Speer Jacob, c 
169 Allison J, c 
171 Betts Wm 

71 Garner M ], c 

Green ends. 
173 Powell E, c 

173 Stevens Sam, c 

174 Nolan Melinda, c 

175 Goldsmith Emma, c 
Nesby Steve, c 

176 Merritt Filmore, c 
Thompson^ al commences. 

177 Daggett Mary, c 

178 Gates Hattie, c 
Junction Houston and Irwin. 

179 Clayton Lucy, c 
200 Clower J E 

Ellis intersects. 
205 Wimbish C C, c, 
207 Tuck Autrey, c 
209 Vacant 

213 Carter Lou, c 

214 Hankerpon J, c 

215 Zachary F, c 

217 Beasley A, c 

218 McHenry J, c 

219 Ryan J M, <; 

220 Jones S, c 

221 White H J, <r 

222 Ward Wm 

223 Menefee Lewis, c 



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Cain intersects. 

224 Josey R, c 

225 Dupree H, c 
227 Smith B C 
229 Person E, c 

Park ends. 
231 Cureton Alonzo, c 
233 Norris J, c 
235 Scott Parker, c 

237 Lewis James, c 

238 Ragan Henry, c 
240 Brown Andrew, c 

Harris ends. 
270 Medcalf James 
274 Collier J M 
276 Johnson W, c 
278 Simonton J S, ^ 

280 Lee W, c 

281 Edwards Albert, c 

282 Holcomb T H, c 

283 Clark George, c 
Highland ave commences. 

285 Lay D, c 

Baker ends. 
287 Dorsey Rufus, c 
289 Shepherd George, c 
297 Chapell Henry, c 

Chestnut ave intersects. 
301 Humphries Willis, c 
303 Toombs Lazarus, c 
312 Morris J, c 
309 Williams G W, c 

Forest ave intersects. 
2 Rataree W H 
44 Coleman Josephine, c 
350 Epps Robert, c 
Colbin Ralph 
Howard P H, ^ 



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73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

FORT— Cont'd. 
3 Cook Sarah, c 

314 Pratt Elizabeth 

315 Bonner Gus, c 
59 Banks Fannie, c 

Angier ave intersects. 
13 Henderson Scott, c 
15 Lovejoy Frank, c 



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4 Horton David, c 
13 Williams D F 

15 Lumpkin Randall 

16 Jackson Margaret 

17 Martin J F 

18 WoodT M 

19 Powers Rufus 

61 Murden Warren, ^ 



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65 Latimer Willis, c 

Hall Anna, t 



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Vacant 

Keith Kinch, c . 

GOING WEST. 

Winship Machine Co 

23 Weinmeister H 

24 Cleary T W 

27 Chapman Mrs R E 
E TV & G R R intersects. 
Elliott intersects. 
43 Wilson Mrs M A 

47 Ellison Mrs Mattie 

48 Ehlers Augustus L 
51 Cobb J T 

54 Loughmiler Wm C 

55 McDonald W C J 

57 Couch E F 

58 Vogt Jacob 
58 Bosche R C 
61 Dennis V J 

61 Parker Mrs SE 

62 Fischer George 
65 Underwood Thos 

65 Drennon Mrs L 

66 Wilby John A 
69 Booth Samson 

69 Underwood Lawson 

70 Widdersheim Chris 
73 Edwards George, c 

73 Thomas Henry, c 

74 Holland Mary, c 
77 Bird Fannie, c 

Redd Duncan, c 

Myers W R 

Echols Abraham, c 

Pierce Miss Susan J 
86 Hammett John J 
36 Green Frances, c 



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Manginn intersects. 
95 Bella John, c 
97 Woods Lizzie, c 
03 BallingerJ, c 
05 Powell J, c 

Loinsa at commences. 
33 Helms W J 
38 Watson Ela, c 
45 Sullivan J F 

53 Halford W, c 

54 Scott W, c 

55 Moses Jos, c 

56 Black Rock Baptist ch 
Cor Johnson W R 

Haynes intersects. 
56 McNeal S, c 

60 Phelps Squire, c 

Spinks' id ends. 

61 Boutell G H 
61 Dennis John 

61 Philips Charles 

62 Keith Jefferson, c 
65 Ponder T J 

Davis intersects. 
69 Johnson Wm R 

73 Crim W M 

74 Spears Mrs J E 

Loive commences. 

78 Williams Dave, c 

80 Haney Mrs A 

82 Smith E W 

84 Lancaster R 

86 Fortson H C 

89 Brown Albert, c 

Maple intersects. 
210 Murden A, c 
214 Rivers Joe S, c 

214 Reese Rev Abram, c 
222 Head Sherman, c 

215 Ogletree Baltimore, c 



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Artists' • Materials, 

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Ward 5. 
5 Edelman F J 
7 Lee J F 
9 Pease O J 

Powers intersects. 
Thurmand E H 
Pharr T E 
Williams B 

MiUs intersects. 
Duncan C 
Puckett H 
Poor L P 
Gust W T 
14 Jones E S 
16 Cooper J A 
18 MulHns W R 

Sunnicutt intersects. 
Payne O P 
107 Warner Mrs L D 

Pine intersects. 
44 Thompson H A 
46 Norman J W 
50 Vacant 

McKinleo J W 
Loftus W P 
Fair J P 

54 Vacant 

55 Roper _B 

Dairy intersects. 
Gresham intersects. 
cor Quinn T H 
22 Moncrief D S 

24 Medley J R 

25 Rutledge J 

26 Wilson A C 
26 Green H 



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27 Davis W 

28 Vacant 



FRASER, from Hunter at But- 
ler s to limits, I e of Capitol, 
Ward 3. 

2 Alexander Isaiah, c 
4 Abram Robert, c 

8 Stokes Dicey, t- 

9 McRae Terrell, c 
13 Smith Fanny, c 

16 Boykin Alonzo, c 

17 Moore Henry, c 

18 Cummings Hattie, c 

21 Thomas Susan, c 

19 Mutrie John, c 

22 Jenkins Hattie, c 

29 Campbell James 

30 Ivey W A 
Thompson Green 

32 Thompson & Ivey 
34-36 Fulton Co Jail 

Pool C L 
35 Ballard Lewis, c 

Pope Jeff, c 
43 Jenkins Calvin, c 

Fair intersects. 
49 Walters S L 
51 Watson W A 

54 Kirksey W R 

55 Craft H T 

57 Duffy J 

58 Wellborn Wm L 

62 Dodge Robert P 

63 Nisbet J T jr 

64 Henderson J 
64^ Bates L T 



65 Laird L J 

66 Huff L W 

68 Lee C 

70 Roth well Mrs D 

Jones intersects. 

69 Fisher Rev C O, c 

90 Jones J R 

91 Goodlett J M 
93 Mims S, c 

97 Allison S, c 
99 Smith Alex, c 
102 Edwards Louisa, c 
108 Long Timothy L c 
112 Varner David, c 

Rau'son intersects. 
114 WaldruffJW 
Connor J M 
120 Meyer W H 

123 Anderson J P 

124 Robinson Robert J 

125 Albertson Wm 
127 Hall G W 

130 White M M 

134 Duffy John H 

136 Jackson Rev Andrew S, c 

144 Watts Albert, c 

159 Walker Dennis, c 

161 McNeal Mack, c 

161 Floersh A 

Clarke intersects. 
Cor Wright A. c 

163 Blackburn A, c 

165 Drakeford Drake, c 

164 Curry Rev H, c 

166 Grant Aaron 
Beth Bap Church 

Solomon commences. 
170 Hill Wm,^ 
172 Johnson Andrew, c 
174 Sims King, c 
176 Howard Maria, c 

179 Harris J, c 

180 Crook Tom 
183 Boddy Alfred, c 

Fulton intersects. 
190 Telfair Ambrose, c 



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192 Hardy Adam, c 
194 Porter Lucy, c 
203 Reed O, c 

205 Robinson E J 

206 Wallace John, c 

207 White J T 

220 Macoboy Martha, c 
liicharcUon intersects. 

Vacant 

Gleeson Wm 

Duncan Dr John W 

Barnes A W 

Young G 

R ichmond commences . 
238 Hooper Anna, c 
246 VanStavoren Joseph H 

253 Smith H N 

Crumley intersects. 

254 Byrum Mark D 
256 Harrington W M 

258 Harlin Drewry I 

259 Daniel W M, c 
261 Mott A, c 

263 Ottomus P, r 

264 Malone G W 

265 Jones Rev C G, ^ 

266 Sanders J L 

267 Hill James, c 

268 Wallace Robert R 

269 Threat Ben, c 

277 Harris A, c 

278 Lee Jane, c 

279 Cargile M, c 
281 Willis J N, c 

287 Glenn W, c 

286 Humphries Rose, c 

288 Branch S R 

296 Oliver John, <r 

Glenn intersects. 

297 Ivy Catherine, c 

299 Fuller Lizzie, c 

300 Blake Henry, c 

301 Lamar L, c 

302 Carter Oliver, c 

303 Dukes Wm, c 



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AND DEALER IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

2% Marietta Street. 

307 Cody R, c 
309 Mosely A, c 

313 Booker Frank, c 

314 Graham G W, c 
318 Vacant 

Georgia ave intersects. 
Raughton Mrs B 
Dean F, c 
Pelot E E 
342 Williams Mrs S 
344 Shophard J, r 

Bass intersects. 
Hamby C, <r 
Robertson Walter, c 
Baxter Robert, c 
Anderson B J 

Love intersects. 
Harris E, c 
Mathers L, ^ 

384 Battle T C 

385 Evatt C W 
387 Jackson A J 
390 Lumpkin W S 
398 Taylor Jennie, c 

Little intersects. 
400 Givens G, c 
407 White W, c 
411 Stallings B, c 



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FULTON, from Windsor e to 
Martin, 5 s of Fair, Wards 2 
and 3 

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SADDLES AND HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

FULTON— Cont'd. 
31 Smith Thomas, c 

33 Devereux F I 

34 Bell M A 

34 Wilson A T, c 

36 Jones Isaac, c 

37 Jones Reuben 

38 Cowin Robert, c 

39 Drakeford Frank, c 

41 Guthman Solomon 

42 Mays John 

43 Suel Chas, c 
Gant Aaron, c 

44 Blackmon B, c 
46 Bullock Dock, c 
49 Allen Robert, c 
51 Ivans Alfred, c 
55 Johnson Wade, c 

57 Ham Thomas, c 

58 Torrent John, c 

59 Andrews Wm, c 
66 Webb Adaline 

160 Smith H 



GALLATIN, from State w to 
W & A R R beyond limits. 



GARDEN, from Glenn s be- 
yond limits, I e of Connally, 
Ward 3. 
3 Rather S C 

18 Rivers G, c 

22 Pinckard Sarah, c 

30 Bray W 

32 Vacant 

34 Blankinship J A 

36 Blankinship R D 
Battle T C 



Crawford A C 

Golfin Wm C 

192 Herbert Charles, c 



GARIBALDI, from Glenn s to 
limits, I n of Windsor, Ward 
2. 
70 King Henderson, c 
73 Gordon Robert, c 
Smith J B 
Hardshell Bap ch 
Georgia ave intersects. 
50 Presnell J M 
30 Matthews O P 

35 Evans G W 

36 Whitmire J M 






Slate W A 
Hickey P J 
Vacant 
Rains David 
Pickerel Mrs L N 
48 Phillips Henry 

Eeds intersects. 
Williams D G 
Slate J F 
Long W A 
Slate Wm M 
McCoy Ben 
Kelley G R 
Griffiths J R 
Russell T G 
Matthews W F 
Schaaf Abe 
McDevitt E A 
Brannan F D 

Stevens intersects. 
E T V & G Shops 
Berrell intersects. 
Rochvell intersects. 



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Wards i and 2. 
I Chastain & Brown 
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Thompson intersects. 



At 38K S. BROAD STREET, 
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10 Peacock Mrs Luveny 

11 Schindler Mrs E 
13 Griffin B H 

15 Nolan A A 

16 Harvey G S 

17 Bennett J S 

18 Marcus Mrs H 
20 Sloman S J 

24 Bosvvorth J M 

25 Bishop W H 

27 Tidwell Mrs A L 
Snyder C R 

30 LaHatte Mrs E J 

31 Cook D A 
35 Smith C, c 
37 McCray F, c 

S. Fors7jth intersects. 
43-45 Hebrew Synagogue 
47 Smith J S 
49 Jones R L 
51 Mays F O 

54 Chapman S B 

55 Smith J W 

56 Elsas Jacob 

57 Askew James 
Saloshin Gustave 

Whitehall intersects. 
McCall J K 
Phillips W R 
Vacant 
Brink S C 
Bremer G N 

Pryor intersects. 
Brewer Rebecca, c 
Curtis Miss A E 
Stevens Mrs M A 
Hartman Marx 

Loyd intersects. 



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2 Scott M E 

3 Holstin L H 

4 Lowman S L 



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Parker Chas 

Duggan T W 

Vacant 

Blacker C B 

McGilvary Angus 
Jackson intersects. 

Hewitt E W 

18 Manley Wm P 

22 Manley Martin 

Antoinette intersects. 

Geesling S A 

Stewart W F 

Woods F A 

McWiUiams H C 
34 Terry James 
37 McKee Wm 
40 Norris R H 

48 Holmes W 

49 Conger T A 

50 Vaughn W A 

51 Walker W F 

53 Terry W M 

54 Childress H K W 

Fitzgerald intersects. 

57 Roberts W S 

58 Carmichael J W 

59 Marchman J W 

60 Austin J P 

61 Watts J A 

62 Peake W H 

63 Burden J S 

64 Bain Wm 

Boidevard intersects. 

71 Burdett Milton, c 

72 Wardlaw Sandy, c 

73 Moss Clay, c 
75 Gates Jack, <: ■ 
77 Baker Augustus 



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GAS ALLEY, from Monroe to 
Hulsey, between Rhodes and 
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GATE CITY, from Glenn s bey 
limits, I w of Ira, Ward 2. 

8 Glass Eliza, c 

9 Mangum James, c 
lo White Sam, c 

■ 12 King Joseph, c 
30 Walker Matilda, c 

Sims Henry, c 
41 Weaver Ruth, c 
43 Ravere James, c 
45 Smith Sara 
50 Daniel Lucinda, c 
52 Gault Tobe, c 

54 Hinton J C 

55 Davis Jesse, c 

56 Odom J W 

57 Evans Jacob, c 

58 Craig J G 

60 Weakley Mrs 

61 Trammel Sarah 

65 Cox Mary 

66 Blackman B B 
73 McKibben J S 

■ 75 Boggus T B 
77 HoUey J F 
79 Kadel Adam 

Berrell intersects. 
Williams Sam, c 
Robinson W D 
Henderson R S 
Wimbush J T 



Bowder A G 

Flowers Ned, c 

Singler Ann, c 

Davis R W 

Dennette J R 

Lay ton A | 

Danforth W R 

White B A 

Rockwell intersects. 

Crouch G W 
122 Owens J G 
124 Root Maria, c 

126 McCoy M W, ^ 

127 Bird Marcus; c 
129 Walker Annie, c 
131 Patterson Wade, ^ 

Moore V P 
Farris W C 

Gardner intersects. 

196 Bowles Solomon, c 

198 Watson Henry, c ' 
200 Randolph Berry, c 

202 Bell Henry c 

204 Barnes Bowman, c 
206 Varner Annie, c 
308 Andrews Allen 

197 Ellington Wm 

199 Henney Wiley, c 

203 Oliver Chas, c 
Vacant 

275 Broomhead Milledge, c 

Williams Mingo, c 
209 White G A 

Mary intersects. 
211 Loyd B F 
213 Foster M J 
2 1 5 Powers N T 
219 Thomas John, c 
221 Weston Thomas, ^ 
223 Smith Augustus, c 
225 Yeger Mrs H M 
227 Loftis W P 
229 Hutchinson Cornelius, c 
231 Driver Thomas, c 

Gate City Mission Church 
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178 Trantham King, c 
180 Thomas James, c 

Fletcher intersects. 

Logan Isham, c 

Willmaker Thomas, r 

Bryant J B, c 

Westmoreland Green, c 

Randolph G W, c 

Walker Alonzo, c 

Porter Geo, c 

Page Ivory, c 

Smith Park, c 

Perry W M, r 

Gray Paul, c 

Doffy Vic, c 



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2 McGee H, <: 

3 Jennings A, c 
3 Bell James, <: 

5 Burch H, r 

6 Sanders J, c 

7 Williams Robert, c 

8 Sanders A, c 
18 Gowans E, r 

20 Thornton Mary, c 

28 Richardson W, c 

30 Mangum James, c 

30 Weston J, c 

32 Johnson J, c 

34 Brinkley G, c 

36 Brown Sarah, c 

37 Harbuck Mrs L 

38 Duckworth H, c 



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to Fair, i w of Cemetery, 
Ward 3. 
I Merrit Julia, c 

7 Walker Adeline, c 

8 Felton James, c 

9 Moore Maud, c 
II Matthews L, c 
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13 Johnson George, c 
18 Wynd Kittie, c 
18 Brown Antony, c 



GEORGIA AVENUE, 
Sims e to Grant's Park, 
Glenn, Wards 2 and 3. 
McDaniel intersects. 
Gate City intersects. 
Jackson Afred, c 
Ira intersects. 
Pierce Church 
26 Appling Charlotte, c 
24 Henderson John, c 
Garibaldi intersects. 
Windsor intersects. 
Robinson Delia, c 
Ivy Wm, c 
9 Dunlop W H 
1 1 Zachry W E 

Cooper intersects. 
2 Childs H B 
Spencer Wm 
Formwalt intersects. 
5 Simmons W D 

7 Bloodworth Mrs E L 
Middlebrook T J 

S. Pry or intersects. 
Eberhart J L 

Washington intersects . 
Brittain M L 
Cole C P 
Welch M M 

Or etc intersects. 
Maner C G 
Stockton W H 

Capitol ave intersects. 

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MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Fittings and Braaa 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

GEORGIA AVE— Cont'd. 
12 Fuller Mrs L 
16 O'Tyson H 
20 Haygood Rev F M 
24 Burks C M 
38 Atkinson Mrs M E 
45 Rogers Rev J L 

Fraser intersects. 

Smith Mrs 

Vacctnt 

Voight H C D 

Howard A D 
34 Huff J H 
36 Bearing Mrs M 
38 Skelton Wm L 
53 Jackson T H 

Reed intersects. 

Presbyterian Church 
55 Wade J C 
=;6 Lamar E 

57 Small E F 

5 Burrows Kittie, c 
7 Ramsey Edward, c 
Terry intersects. 

58 Smith J P 

59 Atkinson M R 
Cowan Mrs G V 
Patterson James B 
Clontz Thomas A 

Martin intersects. 
Huzza R H 
Stallings J W 

Connolly intersects. 
Mell J 

Wingate J H 
McDonald T 

Grant intersects. 
Cook T R 



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GEORGIA RAILROAD, from 
Loyd to Oakland Cemetery, 
dividing Wards 3 and 4 and 
6, and running parallel with 
railroad. 

Calhoun intersects. 
Sou Ex Stables 
18 O'Bryan Mattie, c 
32 Rush A, c 

Butler intersects. 
52 Hogan N, c 
66 Clark R H 
68 Wadsworth C 
Biggers Vick, c 

70 Jordan John, c 

71 Strong Allen, c 
71 Calhoun Jane, c 

Lynch Sallie, r 
Alexander Sarah, c 
Terry intersects. 
77 Wing J M 
83 Burnett E W 

Martin commences. 
87 Robinson Dora, c 
91 Coven F, c 

King commences. 
Atlanta Machine Works 
Southern Furn Co 
Southern Lounge Co 
Southern Spring Bed Co 
Moore intersects. 
145 Sears T J 
145 Yarborough Wm 
Bell intersects. 
Atl Compress Co Whse 

Fort commences. 
Beatie David A 
Grant intersects. 
8 Bone Sanders 
10 Vacant 

Witherspoon W L 
12 Williams Ransom, r 
Oakland Cenietery. 
Bonie street. 
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1 n of Decatur, Wards 4 and 6. 

2 East Atl Land Co 
6 Nicolson W P 

12 Caldwell Mrs A A 
18 Aenchbacher G A 
20 Smith B B 

26 Lynch J E 

27 Jarvis W L 

31 Flynn Mrs C T 

Courtland ave intersects. 
34 Lynch J, sr 
36 Duhme C H 
42 Monteith R 
44 Beardon A E 
46 Barnwell V T 

52 Anderson Mrs C T 

53 Refused information 

55 Peck F H 

56 Grizzard W J 

57 Winburn D W 

Calhoun intersects. 
60 Wiggins W J 
62 Potts Mrs S 

66 Mason Mrs C 

67 Maxwell G D 

68 Vacant 

69 Moore T M 

70 McKenzie Mrs S 
72 Nunn L L 

79 Bradbury J R 
81 Foote G W 
84 Stewart L W 
86 Hudson W C 

Butler intersects. 

93 Ogletree S 

100 Cohen 8 

102 Stine S 

104 Mandel M 

106 Harris S 

112 Smullain A 

108 Glass P 

Moore intersects. 
1 23 Wade J W 
138 Newman Mrs J F 
140 Stowers J D 



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Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

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-Ofiftce, 60-62 Marietta Street. 

144 Curtright B F 

147 Thomas J K 

148 Lee Mrs M J 

149 Mahon M H 
151 Curtright W 
154 Wilson P, c 

154 Overton H H 

155 Smith Mrs S E 

157 Bettie W H 

158 Laird J W 

162 Coleman Annie, c 

163 Goodwyn H C 

164 Vacant 
166 Rosser P 
168 McLean J S 

Fifth Bapt church 
Bell intersects. 

183 Brown J B 

184 Wilson R A 

185 Ivy Herschel 

186 Owens J F 

191 Vacant 

192 Bone W R 

193 Thompson C H 

194 Gibbs Peter, c 
196 Jones Mrs Maud 
199 Jacobs Henry 
201 Williams Marion 
138 Ball Maria, c 



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eastern limits, i n of Georgia 
ave. Wards 2 and 3. 
75 Reggins Dave, c 
Fleming W T 
Smith Adolph 
Schmidt George 
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Adams Peter, c 


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Cooper i)itersects. 


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Formwalt intersects. 




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Pry or intersects. 






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Pidliam ends. 


Risby Milton, c 




Washinrjto ) i intersects . 


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Crew intersects. 


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27 


Bailey C B, c 


Atlanta Lumber Co 


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Sims Henry, c 


Southern Box Factory 
I Beatie D H 




Capital ave intersects. 
Grady ends. 


2 Comstock Mrs E B 


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Frederick Henderson, c 


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Bomar Ida, c 


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Eraser intersects. 


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8 Trout J W 


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lo Smith WB 




Reed intersects. 


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Terry intersects. 


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113 Singleton J, c 


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207 Thrasher Emanuel, c 




Martin intersects. 


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205 Blake Z, c 




Rankins Chapel 




212 Winters David, c 




Connally intersects. 


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222 Callaway E W, c 




Garden intersects. 


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225 Sherman Minnie, c 


129 


Hardwick Mrs M 


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227 Smith George, c 




Hill intersects. 


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235 Swanson Joe, c 




Grant intersects. 




237 Seden Caesar, c 




Grant Park 


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239 Prince Frank, c 




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241 Ridley Allen, c 


GLYNN, from 74 Martin e to 


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245 Williams Edward, c 


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247 James John, c 


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Anderson Alfred, c 


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248 Thomas Ed, ^ 


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249 Wilson Joseph, c 




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Robinson Moses, c 


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Connally intersects. 


Ira intersects. 


19 


Turner Martha, c 


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Windsor intersects . 


21 


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9 Harris Mrs S D 1 


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OrnR mental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 


51 Ball J N 




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54 Joy Andrew J 




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GRACE'S ALLEY, frc 


Johnston H, c 


w half way to Valenti 


ne, bet 


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Miller B, c 


Green and Houston. 




19 


Leonard R, c 






21 


Walker J, c 


GRADY, from Georgia 


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Lewis F 


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Capitol 


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Willis T, ^ 


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Renfroe W I 


I Holbrook M, c 




27 


Neil R, c 


2 Scott W, c 




28 


Flury W A 


3 Orman Elbert 






Carter inter sects- 


4 White A, c 




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Vacant 


5 Sigmond S, c 




30 


Legg J B 


6 Tanner L, c 




31 


Baugh Wm, c 


ID Mitchell Nancy, c 




57 


Hoolman L E, ^ 


15 Austin J H, ^ 




61 


West W H 


16 Chelsey A, c 






Magnolia intersects. 


17 Austin P, c 




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19 Gaston Wm 








21 Harrington J, c 




GRANT, irom Ga R R s to 


33 Irvine Emma, c 




limits, 3 e of Connally, 


35 Norris David, c 




Ward 3. 


38 Cotton Edward, c 




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Wilkins J D 


39 Moore Solomon 




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40 Robinson Martha 




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12 


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I Hill J H, c 




24 


Montgomery H, c 


3 Wilson J P, c 




26 


Levitt Freeman, c 


6 Davis Wm, c 






Sawtell & Witherspoon 


8 Boone A, c 






Stock Yards 


9 Sharp J W, c 




27 


Gibbs Robert, c 


1 1 Green I, c 




28 


McMichal Henry, c 


12 Mallory A, c 




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Sims James, c 


13 Davis A, c 




28 


Weems Oscar, c 


14 Smith Wm J, c 






Hunter intersects. 


16 Turner P, c 






Fair intersects. 



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GRANT— Cont'd. 
63 Bradfield Henry 
63 Reynolds Thomas 
67 Wooten J L 
69 Davis Joseph M 
75 Hill Mrs D P 
77 Reynolds W W 

Jones intersects. 
79 Justis John 
81 Harmon 
83 Toy James M 
85 Stovall Wm F 

Logan ends. 
102 Logan G W 
87 Chamblee John 
93 Stalling David W 
cor Porter James S 
95 Burgess R B 

Clarke intersects. 
Milledge intersects. 
Burns J A 
Cummings J E 
Georgia ave intersects. 
200 Camp J J 



GRAPE ALLEY, from Irwin 
to Houston, I e of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 



GRAVES, from Magnolia n 
to Foundry, i e of Vine, 
Ward I. 



GRAY, from Simpson n to lim- 
its, 2 w of W & A R R, 
Ward 5. 

3 Laird T C 

4 Boyce W A 



6 RuffWC 
8 Burke Sarah 

Jones ave intersects. 

12 Coursey Mrs M J 

13 Donald W C 

14 Brown James B 
16 Bird Rebecca, c 

Bush intersects. 
23 Ervin Holly, c 
cor Ivy Annie, c 
44 Sullivan G, c 

Johnson intersects. 
Victoria intersects. 
John intersects. 
Gray St School, c 
108 Brown Wm, c 
no White Georgia, c 

Ken nedij in tersects. 

119 Bowles Willis, c 

120 Grissom Hattie, c 
122 Turner Susie, c 
128 WadeW F 

132 Green Walter C 
134 Fleming JAW 
138 Miller Scott, c 
140 Craddock D, c 
154 Miller Thomas, c 
156 Hardy Hamp, c 
158 Callaway Ellen, c 
Emma intersects. 



GRAYS ALLEY, between Bell 
and Fort, near Wheat. 



GJREEN, from 171 Fort w to 

Valentine, i n of Wheat, 

Ward 4. 

2 McGinnis Mollie 

6 Vacant 

8 Conehead Jane, c 
10 Daniel P, c 
13 Sims Columbus, <" 



GREENS FERRY AVE, from 
Chapel at Larkin w to limits, 
Ward I. 
5 Hogan P F, c 



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8 Lay Joseph, c 

12 Smith Polly, ^ 

13 Barford J 

14 Favors Benjamin, c 

15 Morrison A F 

16 Bell Julia 

18 Rankin Amos 

19 Heard Mrs E J 

21 Smith Julia, ^" 

22 Johnson Sanford, c 

25 Trammell Mary, c 

26 Chandler A, c 

27 Caldwell Ella, c 

29 Oliver Turner, c 

30 Leslie W, c 

31 Gunn Rachael, c 

37 Providence Bap Ch, c 
42 Bowen John, r 
45 demons Mrs Mary 
44 Steirman T B 

Street Dollie, c 
Hills ave intersects. 

Bell Caroline, c 

Burson J H, <r 

Roberts C H 

54 Tims Mrs Mary 

55 Harper H 
63 Leslie D, c 

Holland ends. 

72 Vacant 

73 Vinson Isaac, c 

75 Lawshe Jim 

76 Ross J A 

77 Franklin H, c 
79 Robinson E, c 

81 Hunnicutt M, c 

82 Williams F, c 
86 Glenn Mary, c 
88 Hill G, r 

94 Fronis C, c 

Patterson Green, c 

98 Barton C J 
Junction Humphries and Roach. 
120 Wilson J, c 
124 Griffin Mrs L 



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and 106 Broad Streets. 

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124 Green D A 

126 Brown W H 

Battle covmiences. 

127 Howell W D 
134 Harvey Wm, c 
136 Shiloh Bap Church 

Lawshe commences. 



GREGG, from Windsor w to 
Smith, I n of Richardson, 
Ward 2. 

6 Henderson Jane, c 
8 Worthy J R, ^ 
444 Chestnut John, c 
Wagon Albert 
Bussey George 



GRESHAM, from 340 Luckie, 10 H* 
e, ist n of Dairy, Ward 5. 
14 Holbrook F A 
16 Hill W H ^ J 

18 Henry John wo^ 

19 Clark Mrs Addie 

20 Martin J B 



GROVE, North Atlanta, 
beyond limits, e of Marietta. 

GULLATT, from Georgia R 
R, (Cemetery) s to Clark, i e 
of Grant, Ward 3. 
15 Brown Jack, c 
17 Hodge Jane A 
21 Thomas Bettie, c 

Bigger s intersects. 
33 Harden Green, c 

Hunter intersects. 
53 Stinson Henry, c 
Fair intersects. 



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Clothiers I Furnisliers 

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GULLATT— Cont'd. 
71 Vacant 
73 Kendle Julia, c 
94 Harris Wm, ^ 
105 Chestnut D R 
1 10 Jones Wm L 

Davenport Julia, c 
114 Sneed Lovick W 

Chath am commences. 
120 Cowan James D 
122 Mayer J J 

Glynn intersects. 
130 Enright Mrs Catherine M 
132 Day Samuel W 

149 Broyles Edwin N 

150 Fallin James 



GUNBY, from Decatur n to 
Edgewood ave, i e of Ella, 
Ward 4 

6 Haynes Henry, c 
8 Robert Hide, c 
12 Wardlaw Margaret, c 

HAGGARD'S ALLEY, from 
R & D R R n to Ezzard, 
sometimes called Air-Line al, 
Ward 4. 



HALLS ALLEY, from 204 
Elliott w to Mangum, i s of 
Thurmond, Ward 5. 

HAMMOCK PLACE, formely 
Jackson al, from Eraser e to 
Martin, i n of Richardson, 
Ward 3. 
24 Brown Matilda, c 



26 Scully Timothy 

27 Alexander Martin, c 
29 Brown Allen, c 



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HARRIS, from Peachtree e to 
Fort and w to Marietta, i n 
of Cain, Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

15 Vacant 
29 Vacant 

Ivij intersects. 
42 Hunerkopf W T 
46 Badger R D, ^ 
51 Ezzell M F 

Bosard W R 

Kutzschan Mrs L 

Pianka T 

Riser C C 
59 Bateman J M 

66 Bangert Mrs M 

67 Baur D 

Courtland ave intersects. 
71 Kuhn A J 
73 Townsend E C 
91 Clower C A 
93 Clower M A 

95 Hargrave Susan, c 

96 Covington Ella, c 

97 Chandler R, c 
loi Morgan J C 
212 Bedford Pat, c 

Calhoun intersects. 
Presbyterian Church, c 

41 Williams C, c 

42 Eads H, c 

43 Marcus J, c 
45 White J, c 

112 Bedford B, c 
119 Butler George, c 
121 Dobbs Peter 
121 Weaver Seaborn 
127 Miller G 
129 Robinson D, c 
132 Star Silas, c 



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134 Maddox N, c 
136 Davidson H, c 
139 Duncan K, c 
141 Hightower J, c 

141 Butler Aaron, c 

142 Hudright M 

142 Meys S, c 

143 Thomas M, c 

143 Mitchell R, c 

144 Tarver E, c 

145 Davis F, c 

146 Smith J, r 

147 Tilly Mattie, c 

Mt Olive Baptist Church 
Butler intersects. 
158 Brown S, c 
i58iJohnson G, c 
160 Scott Wm, c 
162 Morris H, c 

165 Hollingsworth G, c 

166 Harrison W H, c 

167 Haygood J 
170 Carter R 
173 Hill Dave, c 
175 Penny E, c 

177 Wordy T, ^ 

178 Pierce R 

181 Herndon A F, <r 

182 Marshall M 

183 Hill Edward, c 
185 Herndon T, c 
187 Brown A, c 

189 Gordon Anderson, c 
192 Harris M, ^ 
194 Boykin G, c 
196 Reid S, c 
198 Randall Joe, c 
200 Jones W C 

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27 Mannassewitz S 
29 Harris R A 

31 Respess W R 

32 Vacant 

33 Cameron W H 

34 Nolan D P 



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33 Crew B B 

34 Barnett Rev E H 

36 Baxter A 
39 Barry R E 

45 Northern T H 
49 Roberts E A 
52 Fleming A F 

54 Stuart F M 

55 Smith J A 

56 Fremont F M 

58 Thweatt A L 

WilUa ms in tersect^. 

59 Jones Rev J Wm 
61 Jones J H 

67 Hill S P 

71 Kimbrell W M 

72 Bryant Y 

74 Davis James 

75 George W H 

76 Mackey John 
79 Harris H R jr 

Orm-e intersect-'. 
100 Shepard C T 
loi Beutell H M 

102 Myers B P 

103 Armstrong J 

104 Gray J F 

105 Vacant 
107 Parks W B 
109 Armstrong R S 
no Freeman W 

1 1 1 Stark J H 

113 Mashburn A W 

114 Higgins B T 

115 Morris J E 

116 Humphries J 
118 Fisher L, c 
213 Eubanks H C 



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Hose, Packing, Ac. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

HATLEY, from Marietta n e to 
State nr old limits, Ward 5 

HAYDEN, from Simpson s to 
Luckie, i w of Orme, Ward 5 
Harris intersects. 
16 Leach J J 
18 Grubbs W W 

Garraux F 

Heller Mrs M L 

Newton W T 
26 Cox Mrs A 
28 Murphy D 
28 Lewis Wm, c 
31 Kellam Mrs D 

Hayes A C 
T,;^ Humphrey C M 
34 Wright Major, c 

Day W, c- 

37 Sharp H 

38 Dezell T, r 

39 Lindsey E 

40 Eiseman J 

Baker interseets. 

55 Stone N E 

56 Warner S 

57 Hackney W P 

58 Martin J P 

59 Vacant 

60 Pyrom T J 
64 Johnson J B 
68 Hammett W A 

Williams W H 
Simpson intersects. 



HAYNES, from 123 W. Peters, 
n to Simpson, 2 w of Elliott, 
Wards i and 5. 
9 White J H 



Bradbury al commences. 

10 Wilson J F 

1 1 Stewart George 

13 Henderson S T 

14 Sears J P 

16 Anderson Miss Hattie 

17 Wilson Mrs N E 

18 Mims J 

19 Smith Mrs S J 

20 Maxwell Mrs Rosa 
22 Jordan A P 

Walker intersects. 
Walker street school 
Nehon intersects. 
52 Crawford Harriet, c 

57 Loyd S, r 

58 Jones Elberta, c 

61 Beaks E, c 

62 Stubbs Leroy, c 
6;^ Lee Lucy, c 

65 Stevens S, c 

67 Gray Sarah 

Chapel intersects. 
Dover intersects. 

86 Quarles Selina, c 

91 Evans S, r 

88 Sax Laura, c 
199 Wynn J, r 
201 Vacant 

Markham intersects. 
100 Randall W M, c 
104 Pearson Mary, c 
108 Turner S, c 
no Jones B F, ^ 
118 Vacant 

122 Stamp J 

123 Edwards J M, r 

124 Mill AC 

W Mitchell intersects. 

125 Duckworth H R 
148 Morrow J W 

W Hunter intersects. 
152 Robertson F G 

155 Kempton J S 

156 Lyndon A O 
159 Beatty W H 







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60 Simpson W H 

6 1 Barnes W H 

63 Witt C C 

64 Fleck H P 
69 Wilson J C 
72 Pound A F 

74 Dawson McC 

75 McKenzie Wm 
78 Bradley D T 
81 Gramling J A 
83 Dawson H 
86 Lester R S 
86 Burkett I E 
88 Lovett J W 
90 Walker C J 
95 Brown M H 

Rhode.s intersects. 
201 Stamps Abe, c 
204 Connell Miss Mary 
210 Kinyon Wm 

212 Simmons R, c 

213 Anglin J S 

214 Dameron J D 
219 Butler Mrs M C 
221 Maddox E, r 
224 Keltner T W 

Magnolia intersects. 

238 Everett James 

239 McDonald C C 
241 Stoudemayer W H 

243 Lowman Mary, c 

245 Byrd Perry, c 

244 Spinks W R 

246 Hudson Thos J 

247 West A, c- 

248 Sanford Georgia, r 

249 Moore Thomas, c 

250 Chapman Lottie, c 

Foundry intersects. 
Newton ends. 
Chattahoochee Brick Co 
Stables 

Thi ( rinond intersects . 
5 Vacant 
319 Durham John, c 



Artists' • Materials, 

LARGEST ASSORTMENT 

A N D 

IjoT^-®st Prices iaa. Citjr at 

A. P. TRIPOD, 

60-62 MARIE^XXA STREET. 

3Iays commences. 
321 Upshaw Rev Wm, c 
325 Pharr B Y 

Rock intersects. 
330 Boston F A 
334 Watts J M 
Dedmon L 
Pridgeon W C 
Henry intersects. 
341 Dudley Mrs Sarah E 
344 Rauschenberg E A 



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Ward 5. 
3 Herndon C J 
6 Turner E E 
8 Gannon Mrs M A 
Wooden Israel, c 
Cohen Lizzie, c 
13 Jackson Andrew, c 
15 Edwards Eliza, c 
17 Williams Jane, c 
17 Hutchison Henrietta 
21 Speer Mrs A R 
21 Speer H A 

23 Hollingshead P W 

24 Marcus Moses, c 

25 Adams Cassar, c 

26 Hardeman Delia, c 

27 Morris Bernard 

28 Walker Thomas, c 
30 Vacant 

32 Byars Albert, c 

34 Vacant 

^6 Holland Wm c 

38 Keith Silas, c 

82 Hunnicutt Ella, c 



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A Specialty Made of Fine Imported €ig^ars. 



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37 'Whiteliall Street. 

HENRY— Cont'd. 

Manginn intersects. 
40 Grant F, c 

46 Hutchison Larkin, c 

47 Reeve Dr J H 

48 Warren J B 
55 Casey J H _ 

Haynes intersects. 
58 Long L 



HENRY (Jamestown) from 
Ella n to Green's Ferry ave, 
Ward I 

Smith J E 

Denham J 

Arrance F C 

Herrin Mrs N H 

5 Carter L, <: 

6 Johnson Mattie, c 

7 Dukes D W 

8 Wood T 



HENRY, from Humphries e 7 
s Georgia ave, (Pittsburg.) 

HERBERT, from Rockwell s 
I e of Sims, Ward 2 



HERBERT, fram Simpson n 
to Bellwood, I e of Chestnut, 
Ward 5. 

HIGH, from 16 Walnut n e to 
Tatnall, i n w of Chapel, 
Ward I. 

7 Scandrick W, r 
9 Thompson T 
13 Jackson C, c 



14 Croft Aaron, c 

16 Morris R, c 

17 Smith A, c 

19 Gibson B, c 

20 Fryar E, c 
26 Vacant 

28 Jones Amelia, c 



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HIGHLAND AVE, from Fort 
e to limits, i s of Chestnut, 
Ward 4. 
4 Heery D C O 

Willingham E G 
9 Ackerman A K 
10 Dunlap P S 
15 Bradt O G 

19 Wilson A Mc?D 

20 Clark W F 

Hilliard intersects. 
30 Averill J P 

40 Morris W C 

41 Blalock C Z 

43 Kelly Thomas J 

49 Hogan W J 

50 Woolf Winfield 

Blachnan intersects. 

51 Shields H G 
53 Smith W B 

55 Burke J W, c 

56 Weitzell J W 
6^ McAllister J M 
67 Wood T O 

69 Grose C G 

7 1 Willingham B L 

Jackson intersects. 
80 Price George E 
270 Dupree George, c 

Boi I leva rd i 1 ite r sects . 
187 Sheets Nick 

189 Thompson! W L 

190 Crowley Horace, c 
193 Armistead W D 
291 Vacant 



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HIGHLAND AVE— Cont'd. 

293 Tedder L B 

195 Williams Ben, c 

197 Jones Britton, c 

199 Marshall Ed, c 

201 Forsyth S W 

203 Lewis Oscar 

Ra ndolph inteneeis. 
208 Barnes Mattie, c 

210 Jernigan Kit, c 

211 Gnash W 

212 Wilkerson Tobe, c- 
214 Hutchins Jack, c 
216 Johnson Lowrie, c 
221 Cort Frank B 

225 Yancey Fannie, c 
227 Gobay Edward E 

Fortune inter.'ieds. 

DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 

Beutell Mfg Co 

Atl Car Co 



HIGHTOWER, from McDan- 
iel s w to Railroad, i s e of 
Whitehall, Ward 2. 

1 Jones J H 

2 Smith Alex 

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Kitchen Duncan 

Jackson A M 

Owen C L 

Owen Mrs F E 
18 Jerollman Nicholas 
20 Knight J M 

Bobbins intei:'<ects. 

6 McEachern R M 

7 Kreis Mrs Fannie 

8 Grantham W R 

9 Vacant 

Humphries intersects. 

10 Vacant 

11 Dennison C H 

12 Dagnall E W 

55 Hollins Albert, c 



HILL, from Georgia R R s to 
limits, s e of Connally, Ward 3. 



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picture prame Maker, 

AND DEALER IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
ion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
ind Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
rayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

2>^ Marietta Street. 

Fair intersects. 
6 Keith C M 
55 Dougherty Ellen, c 
69 Vacant 
74 Cofer Dr Augustus I 

Jones intersects. 
76 Mangum Calvin W 
80 Mitchell J W B 
82 Marshall F C 
Murphy Mrs M 
Logan commences. 

84 Gilbert Byron 

85 Stovall Cicero C 

86 Gouedy David H 

Glynn intersects. 
89 Fulton Samuel 
91 Falvey John J 
95 Rembert Miss Mary L 
99 Wall Mrs R E 
99 Smith Mrs A 
100 Land J S 

Clark intersects. 

225 Grant L P 

226 Jones Wm 

Milledge intersects. 
Glenn intersects. 
Georgia ave intersects. 
130 Vacant 
345 Adamson C Q 
349 Crim W M 
55 Paris A P 

HILLIARD, from 324 Decatur 
n to Forest ave, i e of Fort, 
Ward 4. 

12 Morris J A 

13 Faith J 

14 Holmes Miss M E 



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HILLIARD— Cont'd. 


16 


Hutcheson J D 


17 


Harris J N 


19 


Burton W H 


21 


Morri.s G W 


23 


Vacant 


24 


Smith J 


25 


Bosshardt C 


26 


Carter E A 


27 


Miller Mrs S S 


32 


Hansen S E 


33 


Haslett G H 




Sehofiehl commences. 


40 


Ransom W 


45 


Wood Jesse 


47 


Woods Isaac, c 


51 


Walton Wm, c 


53 


Evans F, c 


54 


Anderson Kate, c 


59 


Johnson Wash, c 


61 


Carter Wm, c 


62 


Baker R M, ^ 


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Harris Rachael, c 


65 


Washington Geo, c 


66 


Banks W, r 


72 


Hinton C, c 


74 


Wilson Mary J, c 


75 


Jones A, c 


78 


Vacant 




Edgewood ave intersects. 


79 


Prayer G, c 


80 


Jones Wm, c 


81 


Rhodes Cannon, c 


83 


Pittman G, c 


83 


Pleasant Henry, c 


85 


House Bettie, c- 


87 


Flemister Mary, c 


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Taylor M, c 



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102 Haygood Sallie, c 
104 McDowell Robert, c 
65 Lampkin C, r, (next 104) 
108 Fry Thomas, c 
108 Joyce R, c 
no Martin D, c 

Wheat intersects. 

166 Reed Isabel, ^ 

167 Henderson Alex 
180 McCoy Noah, r 
182 Robinson Patsy, r 
188 Hightower Nannie, c 
187 Gilbert Harry, ^ 

190 Love J D, r 
25 Coleman Mrs M G 
Thompson alley ends. 
192 Cavil Archie, c 
194 Cobb Nettie, c 
196 Willey W, c 

Irwin intersects. 

Houston intersects. 

Ellis ends. 

216 Allen J M 

217 Symmes Wm 

218 Walden W A 
220 Harrison A B 

223 Price Dr F 

224 Hilley R S 

225 Archer R C 

226 Vacant 

227 Girardeau W P 

Cain intersects. 

233 Gillette A G 

234 Jackson W B 

235 Hogan W J 
Cato Wm, c 
Highland ave intersects. 

274 Freeman Wm, c 
276 Cunningham M, c 
278 Luckie H, c 
280 Dozier Nelly, c 
282 Picket Hampton, c 
284 Barker B, c 
286 Harris Maggie 
288 Holmes John, c 
290 Holmes Martin, c 



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MILLIARD— Cont'd. 

318 Hill Rich, c 

320 Yarborough Mary 

354 Gholston T, c 

359 Hill B, c 

362 Johnson G F, r 

Forest ave intersects. 

379 Priest Nancy, c 
Franklin Elizabeth 

380 Fuller Jacob B, c 
382 Harris Wm, c 
384 Wright Ben c 
390 Chandler Jacob, c 

HILL'S AVENUE, (formerly 
Brick), from 277 W Peters w 
to Chapel, i s of Trenholm, 
Ward I. 
12 Wilson John, c 

14 Graham Hilda, c 

15 Choice R, c 

16 Dorsey Viney, c 
20 Daniel Mrs E J 
22 Waits J G 
23-25 Kierbow J B 
25 Kerlen A C 

24 Blair I M 
26-28 Ray A W 

27 Rush J A 

28 Stient G 

29 Dorsett John E 
31 Crawford J E 

33 Wilson J 

34 AUingham H 

Van Norden Edwin 

35 Calhoun W 

36 Merricks Wm, c 

37 Bleck T, c 

39 Cantrell Amanda, c 
42 Brown Columbus, c 

44 Manry Richard, c 

45 Fales T, c 

46 Griffin J, c 
48 Clay Lee, c 
50 Mayo Eliza, c 



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WHISKIES, WINES AND 
BRANDIES, 

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11 and 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 and 
106 Broad Streets. Tel. 420. 

HOGUE, from 300 Wheat n to 
Irwin, I e of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 

57 Simmons W, c 

61 McConnety Robert, c 

74 Turner John, c 

76 Shorter Nelson, c 

78 Davis Cordelia, c 

80 White Andrew, c 
8x Holcomb Peter, c 

81 Wood Jos P, c 

82 Gray Thomas, <: 

83 Wimby L W 

84 Parks Lena A 
83 Johnson John, c 

102 Davis Warren, c 

103 Murray Jane, c 

104 Holmes Martha, c 



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HOLLAND, from Chapel n to 
Greens Ferry ave, i e fo 
Humphries, Ward i. 

2 Johnson Chas, c 

3 Williams Jarrett, c 
9 Houston O A, ^ 

23 Terry E W 
21 Brown H, c 



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I Jones Robert, c 

3 Smith Peter, r 

4 Green Adolphus 

5 Lilly Laura, <r 

6 Scott Jane, c 

7 Lewis Cornelia, <: 

8 Wade Susan, c 



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HOLLINS— Cont'd. 
9 Bates R W, c 

10 Dobbs Levonia, c 

1 1 Mathews Denis, c 

12 Knight Louisa, c 
Laury Lillie, c 

Well.^ intersects. 

13 Holt Wm, c 
15 Moore J, c 

Alston Henry, c 
47 Blalock Ellie, c 



HONEY ALLEY, from Terry 
w to Sugar Alley, i n of Fair, 
Ward 3. 

HOOD, from 333 Whitehall s e 
to Windsor, i n e of Smith, 
Ward 2. 
8 Cotton J W 
15 Kidwell G H 
17 Dickson J M 
21 Martin A W 

Orange intersects. 

26 Reed Homer 

27 Adair J A 

30 Guimarin T J 

33 Love W A 

34 Vacant 
Stevens G W 

Rmv!<o)i intersects. 
Bean Mrs A L 
Harris I P 

Ira commences. 
Greelee S M 
54 Wellhouse Leopold 

58 Dickinson Mrs M V 

59 Lively L B 



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60 Fuller & Co 

61 Jones W M 

62 Lively J B 

63 Alston R H 
63 Kelly Mrs B 

65 Lively J W 

66 Lupton E F 

67 Woodall G H 

68 Randall W P 
70 Krider Wm 

75 Mabry Mrs S B 
77 Jones S H 



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HORTON, from Fort e to Hil- 
liard, i n of Decatur, Ward 4. 
2 Jones Fannie, c 

Finch C, c 

Turner B, c 

Holt Evans, c 

Foster S, c 

Crockett B, c 

Keith Clark, c 
39 Foster J, c 

41 Phillips Robert, c 
56 Pope Henry, c 

58 Smith J A 

59 Clark Wm, c 

62 Patrick Frederick 

HOUSTON, from Peachtree e 
to limits, I n of Wheat, Wards 
4 and 6 

ist M E Church 
9 Mekeon Miss Mary 
10 Barrett Rev R S 

12 Powers H R 

13 Sibley R L 
19 Cox AH 

22 Dunn Mrs L C 
24 Curtis Mrs E A 

29 Hall T M 

30 Earnest Dr J G. 

Ivy intersects. 
33 Shaw A 

35 Shaw S E 

36 Evins J C 

42 Melone H 



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HOUSTON— Cont'd. 

43 deGraffenried M 

46 Kroeg C W 

47 Harris Mrs S A 
Meador J T 
Evans Rev C A 
Drake F L 
Bruce A C 

57 Purdue J A 

58 Kilpatrick J W 
60 Shields H G 
60 Stocks J D 

63 Boeckh Charles 
66 Head H T 

Gourtland ave intersects. 
69 Glazener G F 
76 NcNeal J, c 

75 Hooper Robt, c 

76 Clark Thos, c 

77 Johnson A, c 

79 Higgins J M 

80 Hamilton Richard, c 

81 Beasley Medicine Co 

84 Elmeth C W 

85 Lyle Emily, c 

86 Schwarz Philip 

87 White G W, c 
89 Beale Belle B, c 

92 Eberhardt Nathan, c 

93 Gordon Martha, c 
95 Thompson W E, ^ 
99 Speir G W 

Calhoun intersects . 
104 Roper Miss Ella E 
109 Hilley R S 
no Wright J T 

111 Freeman Sam, c 
iio^Hay J B 

112 EidsonG B 

114 Wright John T 

115 Mitchell Lou, c 
115 Calhoun Perry, c 

122 Edwards Charles, c 

123 Davis Anderson, c 

124 Ryals Jefferson, c 

125 Bradford Allen, c 



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126 Howard Dock, c 
128 Phillips Mrs Sarah 
132 Moore Andrew, c 

Houston al commences. 
135 Smith Seab, c 

137 Williams James, c 

138 Davenport Sally, c 

139 Walton C W, r 
141 Minard Henry 

Houston St School, col 
Butler intersects. 

Reynolds Ida, c 
149 Jackson Loyd, c 
151 Pope Thos, c 
153 Richardson Jack, c 

157 Wynn Dan, <r 

158 Shellaberger K L 

Vcdentii le intersects . 

160 Sims C, c 

161 Scriven J, c 

162 Hill F, c 

163 Ponder Fred, c 

164 Hill Mattie, c 

165 Landrum F M, <r 

166 Walker Dora, c 

16^ Ma.xwell Butler W, c 

171 Hopkins Lula, c 

173 Can tier P, c 

175 Gray Andrews, c ■ 

175 Ford Mose, c 

179 Drake Sam, c 

190 Watkins W 

Fort intersects. 
192 Reese H O 
196 McAUen W C 
198 Elhs J M 

Invin commences. 
200 Pendleton P T 



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* MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Fittings and Bnaa 
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HOUSTON— Cont'd. 
202 Collier & Bro 
224 King W' E 

Hilllard intersects. 
204 Adams R E 

Culberson J P, Sr 
206 Faver J D 
208 Sunny South 

Seals J H & Co 
210 Haight Wm 
213 Crawford Dr J M 
215 Dobbs ZT 

Jackson intersects. 

Cook Dr J N 
237 Phelps W H H 
260 Paden John M 
262 Sasnett Rev B H 

Boulevard intersects. 

Morris Brown College 
314 Gaines Bishop W J, ^ 
316 Robertson Rev S H 
320 Mauck C A 
324 McCord Robert 
328 Barmore E R 

Howell intersects. 
330 Milner J H 
334 Jackson Robert c 
363 Hay R W 
369 Crawford Mrs A M 
377 Allen Luke, c 
385 Ridge F F 

387 Allen Andrew, c 

Randolph intersects. 

388 Lumpkin P C 
390 Hollinsworth J A 
392 Parr B W 

394 Pate D F 
432 Corley W L 



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Sampson intersects. 
Clower W W 
Gollor H 

R & D R R intersects. 
Martin David N 
Southern Phosphate Co 
Atlanta Car Co 
Beutell Mfg Co 
DeLoach M M Co 



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HOWARD, from W Peachtree 
e to Peachtree, i s of Linden 
ave. Ward 6. 
I Smith Burton 

1 1 Gray J R 

12 Griffin J R 

13 Smith A W 
16 Gude A V 



HOWELL, from Ga 
Highland ave, 2 e 
vard, W 4. 

1 1 Rogers E A 

12 Woodward S W 
14 Powers J S 

16 Davenport G G 

18 Carpenter Wm 

19 Holsteine G 

27 Brandon Lizzie, c 

28 Brown M P 

29 Smith D, c 

30 Spinks L D 

31 Alexander M, c 
34 Vacant 

36 Parties J M 

37 Holmes T, c 

38 Coleman W T 

39 Kirkpatrick C, c 

40 Dorsey M, c 

42 Thornton J M 

43 McWaters G S 

44 Robinson C, c 

46 Forest J, c 

47 Stanley J M 
Edgewood ave intersects 

67 Cain S R 
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HOWELL— Cont'd. 


-A.- I». TIl.II»OID 


73 Nash W T 


MAKUPACDURaR OF 


74 Waits M J 

75 Scott W H 


Ready Mixed Paints 


76 Gunter J B 


Graining and Oil Colors, 


79 Burge Thad G 
51 Miles M L 


White Lead, l-Coat Carriage FaiQt8,&e 


Factory, 331 Decatur Street. 


55 Johnson W J 
59 Shirley J A 


Office. 60-62 Marietta Street. 




37 Holmes T, c 


15 Cole Dollie, <r 


Wheat intersects. 


20 Cooper S, r 


42 Morgan Ann, c 


21 Thurman Mrs M T 


44 Nash Alfred, c 


22 Fellows W H 


47 Minnety Thos, c 


23 Burrough J B 


55 Doggett Ann 


27 Stier F D 


52 Phillips J, c 


33 Turner Mrs E F 


57 Fowler J, c 





61 Coleman Thos, c 


HULSEY, from Foundry s to 


62 Westfield Horace, c 


Rhodes, I e of E T, V & G R 


65 Foster C, c 


R, Ward i 


66 Wyley Stewart, c 


9 Sturgis Benjamin, c 


67 Spencer Viney, c 


II Mobley D B, ^ 


67 Parker Rev. J H, ^ 


14 Smith R H 


68 Tillman W H c 


16 Vacant 


69 Parks Jonas, c 


17 Fox J N 


70 Miles ] F 


20 Hanlon Joseph 


69 Moss jerry, c 


Magnolia intersects. 


72 Harris E F 


24 Viniard Mattie, c 


73 Nash W T 


25 Tenant W N 


74 Waits Mrs M J 


26 Dennis G 


75 Austin W, c 


Rhodes intersects. 


117 Gray Archer, c 


46 Chapman C 


Irwin intersects. 


52 Wingfield D, c 


77 Gentle L C 


54 Griggs A, c 


78 Meek M E 


56 Johnson M, c 


80 Conyers Maria, c 


58 Wingfield Jeanette, c 


Houston intersects. 





79 Cruselle J A 


HUMPHRIES, from Whitaker 


80 Glower Chas A 


n w to Green's Ferry ave 


Johnson intersects. 


and s to limits. Wards i and 2 


83 GiUett C C 


GOING NORTH. 


84 Moore Joe, c 


7 Varner Lewis, c 


126 Coleman Pleasant 


9 Perkins Susan, c 


Highland ave intersects. 


W. Peters intersects. 




1 1 Willams Lula c 


HULL, from Simpson s to 


13 Allen L, c 


Baker, i e of Luckie, Ward 5. 


15 Brown Mrs Lizzie 



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Babies' Pictures|>^^ Premium Art Gallery, 

A SPECIALTY AT i 33)^ WHITEHALL STREET. 



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HUMPHRIES— Cont'd. 
16 Levaun Lucy 

16 Tanner & Carr, c 

Gemunden. ends. 

17 Kile J 

18 Sims Mollie, c 

20 Blalock Maria, c 

21 Burger C 

. 22 HoUan Rose, c 

24 Jones Emeline, c 

25 Brown D, c 

26 Haynes H, c 

27 Fulton J A 

28 Brown J, c 

Kuhrt intersects. 

Chapel intersects. 
40 Greer Wm, c 
42 Jackson Alice, c 
45 Atkinson Wm 
49 Griffin W, c 
53 Gammon Maria, c 

55 Jeter Kate, t: 

56 King Nancy, c 

59 Vacant 

60 Thompson G 

Liberty ends. 

61 Hannaford C H 

62 Gill Mary, c 

63 Stephens C W 

64 Hatley Hannah, c 

66 Osborn Lizzie 

67 Selfridge Edith, c 
67 Herndon Betsie, c 
"J I Lovinger Dan 

73 Barge J, c 

GOING SOUTH. 

13 Foot C C 
15 Gordon J B 



16 Barwald M 

17 Bowers F A 

21 Morehouse Dwight 

22 Bart Eugene 

23 Reeves Mrs W C 

Hightmmr intersects. 

24 Lee J J 

26 Payne J R 

42 Thrasher John, c 

44-46 A M E Church, c 

47 Martin Charity, c 

48 Broach Georgia, r 

Wells intersects. 

49 Grinnett Joseph, c 

53 Wilson J C 

54 Bradwell Rev C L, ^ 

61 Warner M, c 

62 Verner Louis, c 

64 Oliver Seab, c 

65 Jenkins C, r 

66 Henderson W F 

67 Mitchell Lewis, c 

68 Barber Henry, c 

69 Harrington Elsa, c 

70 Johnson Eliza, c 

71 Lewis Wm,(r 

75 Baker Virginia, c 

76 Smith Jerry, c 

78 Wilson Emmie, c 
81 Carey ] A, c 
83 Green Ben, c 

85 Curry Albert 

86 Mince Price 

87 Hall John, c 

92 McKenzie J L, ^ 

95 Thrasher Ben, c 

96 Henderson Wm 
loi Gar W, r 

Baptist Church, c 
Sou Box Factory 

Glenn intersects. 
Yellow Pine Lumber Co 
McElroy Chas, c 

Stevens intersects. 

107 Auchel Mrs E 

108 Johnson I M 



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HUMPHRIES— Cont'd. 
109 Bender C H 
III Lindes Geo 
if3 Maxwell S A 

114 Deckner J J 

115 Backus Bud 

Berrell intersects. 
117 Wells C W 

Kockwell intersects. 



HUNNICUTT, from 399 Ma- 
rietta to 288 W Peachtree, i 
s of Pine, Wards 5 and 6. 
5 Jenkins Joseph, r 
Plum intersects. 
Harbuck C H 
Stovall P 

Roberts Mrs Mary 
Cook D R 
McDonald Mrs S 
Luckie intersects. 
22 Hollis G B 

Venahle intersects. 

20 Awtry J G 

21 Glowers Fannie, c 

22 Booker Mrs 

23 McHenry Jefferson 
15 Mitcham J A 

17 Johnson R S 

McAfee intersects. 
Lawson I C 

52 Bishop J B 

53 Burrell W L 

54 Johnson J S 
Cape Wm 

Lo vejoi/ inte r sects. 
75 Grant Richard, c 
Orme intersects. 
Hicks George 
Inglett Mrs E 
Epps Isaac, c 
Swanson Wm 
Williams Viney, c 
Seay Mattie 
Hightovver Hilliard, c 
Westmoreland Sallie, c 



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AND DEALER IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Compogi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

23^ Marietta Street. 

14 Dean Fannie, c 

15 Vacant 
61 Oliver Betsey, c 
75 Hill Reuben, c 

123 Lewis Prescilla 
125 Arnold Mattie, c 

Williams intersects. 
Pullen Lewis, c 
Pollard Henry, c 
Moore Joseph, c 
Jones Wm, c 

Spring intersects. 



HUNNICUTT AVE. 
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limits, 2 e of Fort, Ward 4. 

HUNTER, from Whitehall e to 
Oakland Cemetery and w to 
limits, Wards i, 2 and 3. 

GOING EAST. 

1-15 Chamberlin, Johnson & 
Company 

8-10 Keely Company 
i2^Logue J J 
12 Vacant 

14 Arnold L W 
Inventors and Mfrs Co ' 
Southern School of Short- 
hand 

15 Howell G M, c 

16 Peeples Invest Co 

17 Johnson Emma, c 
19 Archibald R N 
21 Bergstrom A M 
23 Millner G R 



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MAHUFACTUEES OF HOUE-MACS 

SADDLES AHD HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

8eePi«e58. ATLANTA, 6E0RBIA. 

HUNTER— Cont'd. 
25 Stratton & Hall 

Pate A J 
2 5^ Owens P H 
2 7*'Mauck M M 
27^ Paine C M 
Ashworth T F 

PryoT inter ^ecU. 
Chamber Commerce Bldg 
Saunders H G 
Sou Pass Assn 
Sou Ry & S S Assn 
Polk R L & Co 
City Offices 
Court House 
Christian Church 

45 Morrison D 
Jester W R 
Verner J J 
Thompson M O 

46 Wagstaff H C 

48 Coffey Mrs M 
50 Kenney Miss E 

49 Cheshire & Bryan 
Swett & Christenbury 
Sou Bid & Loan Assn 

55^Broyles & Son 
57 Rice & Saxe 

Jjoyd intersects. 

68 Brazelton V L 

69 Keiley Rev B F 

74 Jones Mrs M P 

75 Malone T J 

76 Thorp A J 
79 Bloomfield E 

Waxh l)u/tou in ter^ects. 
Ga State Capitol 
Capitol are commences. 



97 McCarver Emma, c 

98 White C G & Co 
105 Weaver W D 
109 Gatins Joseph 
III Lynch Mrs Ellen 

Austin & Boylston 
Butler intersects. 

Swift Specific Co 
113 Evans J H 
119 Allen B F 
121 Brooks T H 
121 Ga Wood & Coal Co 

123 Fleming Henry, c 

124 Golucke J W 

128 Maddox W J 

129 Harper & Burnham 
Higgins James W 

131 Baldwin C H 
133 Harper J F 
133 Penny H H 

136 G^y Emanuel, c 

137 Smith James, c 
146 Yarbray John 
148 Cohen James 

150 Ballard Trans stables 

Terry intersects. 
153 Smith Z H 

Schenck A L 
159 Schenck Mrs P A 
162 Malone D J 

164 Driscoll Timothy Sr 

165 Humphries Mrs Laura 
165 Branch A L 

170 Fay Cal 

Martin intersects. 

175 Aldridge S J 

176 Tuttle Mrs Ann I 
178 Mercer Miss T A 

180 Robert B F 

181 Glynn Mrs E 

182 Brown A J 

183 Bolsius A H 
185 Allen S J 
187 Reed P T 
195 Lansdell J T 
197 Shepard H S 






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General Assents Georgia and Alabama. 
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HUNTER— Cont'd. 
201 Allen B F 

Atl Mach Wks 
King intersects. 

203 Ragsdale J F 

204 Abercrombie T A 
207 Downing Mrs Anne 

210 Holland J S 

211 Harris S P 

214 Wilson J A 

215 Turnell Mrs M J 
219 Mullan J J 

223 Trader Harriet 
230 Boring J W 

Moore intersects. 

232 Thomas Mrs E 

233 Moss A J 

236 Thompson Mrs M 

237 McDonald W O 

241 Ryan T C 

242 Bradley Mrs E M 
244-250 St Paul M E Ch 
245 Connolly Capt A B 
251 Johns V L 

251 Rebb Lewis 

252 Dunlap J T 

S. Bell ends. 

253 Webster S R 

Hill commences. 
256 Terry G W 

260 Griggs S Y 

261 Williams T L 

262 Thrower J K 
Henderson J N 

267 Webb W H 

268 Bieser J C 
270 Cason R M 

270 Magee W D 

271 Pitts R, ^ 
271 Porter H^ c 
273 Nicholson M M 
277 DeLoach Jesse 

Fort intersects. 
279 Hardy Mrs L A 
281 Collier C H 
285 Woodward J G 



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289 Hollis D B 
293 Massengale J C 
295 Brookins Wylie, c 
Owens E P 

302 Allen May, c 

303 Bosse L H 

304 Dowdle Mitchell, c 

306 Robertson J A 

307 Calahan James 

308 Carroll G P 

Grant intersects. 
311 Barefield J W 
311 Childress 

Maddox Elijah N 

Childs L A 

Tradglown J W 

Goodson R H 
320 Thompson Lula 

325 Wilkes Luck 

326 Davis George, c 

George intersects. 

327 Long Wm, c 

328 Casey W M, c 

329 Vacant 

330 Andrews Moses, c 
333 Woolfolk Isaac, c 

337 Boyd Anderson, c 

338 Davis Adeline, c 

GOING WEST. 

3 Spain H 

5 Chung Yerk 

8 Vacant 
10 Bridwell J jr 
14 Johnson P R 

Broad intersects. 

25 Farmer's Alliance Ex 

Forsyth intersects. 

26 Hill & Walker 



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EISEMAN BROS., 

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179 

180 


Sixth Baptist Church 
James V, c 


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Raab J G 


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Clothiers 1 Furnishers 


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198 
199 
202 


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Davis intersects. ^■ 
Vacant 

Hawkins H, c 
Tye A, c 
Mitchell R, c 


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HUNTER— Cont'd. 


26 Johnson J L 
43 Ganson John, c 


204 
208 


Johnson Sallie, c 
Davis A, c 


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44 Bowden Mrs Ebbie 


210 


Maddox G, c 


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Lowe intersects. 


49 Field T S 


212 


Robinson H, c 


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51 Reeden Mad A 


215 


Hill J H 


55 Craig Mad Minnie 


216 


Vacant 


Th mpson inte r sects . 


217 


Hill W. c 


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Georgia Soap Co 


219 


Cooper J, c 


Pittman F A & Co 


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DeLaney W, c 


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227 


Anders H, c 




116 Hardeman Lumsey, c 


229 


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230 


Blalock ] H, c 


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124 Veal J W 


231 


Bell J, c 


139 May Mantel Co 


232 


Perry J, c 


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Mangum intersects. 
139 Young Mrs M R 


236 Spivy M, c 

237 Palmer J, c 


145 Pope J H 




Maple intersects. 


146 Mitchell L 


238 


Mitchell Thomas 


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147 McCoy Mrs S E 


241 


Flemister S, c 


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148 Mims W H 


248 


Keith Wm, c 


149 Flynn J 




Tatnall ends. 


150 Sears Mrs E W 


250 


Mitchell G, c 




151 Jones S N 


258 


Smith J L, r 




152 White J L 


260 


Hill Rebecca, c 


154 Burk J S 




Vine commences. 


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155 Tread well B F 
158 Dean J 


323 


Atlanta University 
Willis J, c 


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159 Brunette F M 


325 


Hollins J, c 


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162 Vacant 


327 


Small E S, c 


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166 Elam Richard 


328 


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170 Davis J H 




Chestnut intersects. 


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Haynes intersects. 




Mt Calvery Bap Ch 


172 Dinkins C, c 


350 


Lindsey E, c 


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173 Saye R W 




Arthur intersects. 


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174 Wilson J, c 




Dor ay commences. 


177 Perryman V H 


371 


Solomon M 


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VutDERs- Sash, Doors & Blinds 
HARDWARE, QLASS, PUTTY, ETC., ETC. 



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Boots. Shoes, Qossamers, Coats, Etc. 



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379 Daniel M Z, <: 


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Beach intersects. 




398 Maddox Jeptha 


RaisiDg and MoYing Bnildings, 


399 Body G, c 


Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 


400 Baker D J 


Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 


for MoTing Heavy Articles. 


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HUNTER ALLEY, between 




W Hunter and W Mitchell, 


144 Hutchison Isaac, c 


Ward I 


145 Browning Ellen, c 




146 Strong Jane, c 


INMAN AVE, from Calhoun w 


148 Fear Jane, c 


to Fort, I n of Linden ave 


149 Riggins Amanda, c 


Winters John 


150 Smith Joseph, c 


Cowley James H 


153 Thornton Kate, c 


Holley Anna, c 


155 Kelley Margery, c 


Edwards Joseph, c 


Walker Mattie, c 




158 McBride Robert, c 


IRA, from 49 Hood s to limits, 


Miles Albert, c 


I w of Windsor, Ward 2 


Reden Henry, c 


9 Williams George, f 


160 Farris M D 


9 Wilson Henry, c 


162 White J L 


1 1 Rollins Charles, c 


167 Denard B U 


13 Grant Sarah, c 


Glenn interseets. 


Gregg intersects. 


168 Pearson S M 


24 Conley Mose, c 


169 Kinder H E 


24 Alexander R, c 


171 Garrett Wm 


26 Bush Ella, c- 


Freeman Nathan, c 


26 Dunningham Israel, c 


173 Waddell W A 


R ich a 1 -dson intersects . 


174 Rogers M, c 


1 21-123 IJ"^ St School 


175 Brooks E, r 


125 Shropshire E F 


176 Thomas Thomas 


127 Sterchi J H 


Georgia ave intersects. 


128 Hammond S G 


179 Belts Henry, c 


130 Chambers J E 


181 Ruckert Amos, r 


Crumley intersects. 


201 Simpson W G 


Simmons Matilda, c 


203 Percellus Philip 


132 King Wm, c 


205 Flournoy Wm 


132 Weekly L E 


207 Ward Russell 


134 Atkinson Mrs I> N 


208 Pierce Chapel 


138 Wainwright V h, c 


209 Malone W, c 


135 Thomas Mrs S M 


210 Landrum W A 


136 Sample J F 


211 Paye Salina, c 


137 Vacant 


211 Jackson Winky, <: 


141 Wright Turner, c 


2X2 Vacant 


142 Logan Ann, c 


213 Vacant 



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Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

IRA— Cont'd. 
214 Mayo Wm A 
216 Johnson Daniel, c 
■ Ee(h infcrxects. 
243 2d Miss Bap Ch 
247 Gailey W A 

249 Buice Calvin 

250 Matdiews W F 

254 DeavoLirs Robt 

255 Nesbit Amanda, c . 

256 Mann W B 
260 George C H 
262 Gardner S, c 
264 Smith C, c 

Rockwell intersects. 

Thomas Richard, c 

James Kay, c 

Hall Griffin, c 

Talbot Jack, c 

Gardner intersects. 
335 Alexander Montezuma, c 
339 Graden J H 
341 Graden J S 
343 Zellars Margaret, c 
128 White George, r 
350 Bowman W L 
347 White Louis, c 

Mary intersects. 
Arthur intersects. 

Whitehead James, r 

Smith Columbus, c 

Barber Milton, c 

Hurd Jefferson, r 

Adams Frank, r 

Anderson Thomas, r 

Haywood Mary, r 

Haywood Henry, c 

Meader Thomas 



Fletcher intersects. 
Fernando R, c 
Bowden Wright, c 
Reed Spaulding, c 
Ramsey Samuel, c 
Williams David, r 
Amy intersects. 
Potts Alex, c 



IRWIN, from 168 Fort e 
limits, I n of Wheat, Ward 
3 Willis John, c 
7 Ray Priscilla, c 
13 Cooper E C, c 
19 Peel D G 

HiUiard intersects. 

34 Shellman Mrs C A 

35 DeGive L 

36 Hart F W Jr 
55 Ferris T B 

Jackson intersects. 
57 Hunt J A 
66 Woodward Dudley I 
68 Corrie A J 
72 Wilson E B 
74 Pim B F 

Boulevard intersects. 
Prim Bap Church 
86 Hill W P 
119 White Ned, r 
121 Irby Edward A 
130 Parks Dilcey, c 

135 Kay Frank, c 

Hogue intersects. 

136 Holmes Green, r 

137 Hurd Henry, c 

138 Mapp Thos, r 

139 Finch A W, r 

140 Taylor G H 

141 Graves Henrietta 

143 Tabb A, r 

144 Conley James O, r 
149 Anthony Martin, c 

Howell intersects. 
151 Brownlee John M 
153 Thompson Paul, r 



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Bradley intersects. 
Kendrick W, c 
55 Bryant George, c 
71 Smith Thompson, c 

73 Mason Nora, c 

74 Moore A C 

75 Pollard Mary, c 

76 Pattillo Wm C 

77 Williams Henry, c 

78 Cameron J, c 

79 Vacant 

Randolph intersects. 

80 White Mose, c 

81 Vacant 

82 McNeal James, c 
84 Winn Henry, r 

90 Noble John, c 

91 Perkins Henry, c 

92 Hunt Leather, c 

93 Poole Sam, c 

94 Anderson A, c 

202 McCraw Thomas, c 
205 Reed Lee, c 
208 Jeter Myrtis, c 
210 Birch Silla, c 

Sampso ) I commen ces . 



ISWALD, from s Boulevard e, 
near Fulton County Cotton 
Mill. 

3 Price John 
5 Garrison J C 



IVY, from Decatur n e to 
Wheat, then n to Peachtree, 
I w of Courtland ave. Ward 6. 
3^ Beedles S & H, r 

5 Sheriff P C, r 

6 Walker & McCarter 
7-9 Cargile M & L H 

1 0-12- 1 4- 1 6 Selig Mfg Co 
1 1 Roche W H 

13 Thurman T, c 

14 Howell & Mann 
14^ Lock E 

16 Watson Jeff, c 



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15 Stroud A A 


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20 Glascoe, E, c 


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22 Alexander Junius 


23 Adair J T 




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25-27 W S Bell L&ICo 


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29 Thomson Houston Elec Co 


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31 Moses A J & Co 


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33 Davis Kate, c 


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36 Leyden W H 


Edgewood ave intersects. 


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46 Providence Infirmary 


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51 Freeland Mrs S A 


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60 Norris F J, ^- 


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67 Downs Mrs M A 


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70 Rowd A A 




74 Knabe G A 


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76 Sharp W L 


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77 Healy T G 


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80 Howell Albert 


83 Peck J C 

84 Hammett Miss A 


86 White Mrs D H 


87 Wiley Mrs S P 


90 Stocks J T 


91 Ragsdale M R 


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92 Dunwoody John 


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93 Burroughs Mrs E L 


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104 Earnest Dr J G 
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113 Vickers A J 



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37 ^Whiteliall Street. 

IVY— Cont d. 

Houston intersects. 

14 West A J 

15 Kimbell Mrs F H 

16 Elkin Dr W S 
19 Blount Mrs S B 
21 Taylor J T 

27 Brockhan Miss A D 

Elllx intersects. 
40 Hook A S 

44 Prioleau Samuel 

45 Speer J P 
46-148 Bass Mrs R M 
49 Cohen A S 

5 1 Morrow J W 
53 Sturges J C 

55 Meador C D 

56 Haynes Mrs 

57 Hill John M 

58 McMurry A M 
61 Cohen M S 

Cain intersects. 
63 Fairbanks L G 
65 Bradley Samuel 
67 Lovejoy J H 

69 Vacant 

70 Taylor C H 

72 Faulkner W D 

73 Ivy St School 

74 Conklin T A 
76 King G E 

79 Dickson Mrs H 

83 Hutchins P R 

85 Pause R 

Ha rris intersects. 

93 Heard Mary, c 

96 Murphy N W 

200 Hope G M 



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202 



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Mitchell R C 

Baker intersects. 
210 Blodgett E F 

212 Wheeler W W 

213 Amorous M F 
216 Smith WC 
219 Ross Jas I 
221 Meyer Samuel 

Wilcox C H 

Oliver John 

Conklin C A 

Cassin C P 

Kiser A J 

Vacant 
241 Jones R 
249 Hill A W 
259 Meador T D 



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n to limits, i n of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 

Edge wood ave intersects. 

Wheat intersects. 

Old Wheat intersects. 

Irwin intersects. 

45 Morris S A 

46 Miller J A 

Houston, intersects. 

47 Benton Toney, c 
50 Staton W M 

Cain intersects. 
52 Snyder D D 

54 Smith W D 

55 Stephens J 

56 Lewis H 
56iHayes Dr J G 
58^Dickert Wm H 
60 Murphy C E 

66 Merchant J R 

67 Payne Rev H N 
Mueller Louis A 
Highland ave i liter sects. 

69 Pennell James L 
71 Glower Wm 
81 Redwine C L 



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JACKSON— Cont'd. 

Adam commences. 
Chednut ave intersects. 
100 Kingsberry E 
102 McMillan J H 
106 Lewis T S 

Forest ave ends. 
Peters T 
121 Buchanan R H 
123 Williams William T 
125 Furlow Chas T 
130 Goldsmith W T 

Rice commences. 
146 Atkinson E A 

Currier ends. 
149 Reinhardt Augustus M 
152 Curtis James A 

Nolan intersects. 
156 Williams S C 

Angier ave intersects. 
158 Redwine J B 
169 Cochran Wm A 
194 Osborn W A 

Pine ends. 

199 Erwin Howell C 

200 Morgan W A 

201 Bealer Mrs Emily J W 
208 Allan W R 

Blackmon ends. 
North ave intersects. 
Abernathy S D 
Ponce de Leon ave intersects. 



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JACKSON (Bellwood), from 
North 2ve s, i e of Chestnut. 



JACKSON ALLEY, now call- 
ed Hammock Place. 

JAIL ALLEY, See Craven's 
alley. 

JAMES, from w end of White- 
hall s to Glenn, Ward 2. 



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piciure prame Maker, 

AND DEALER IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait EUwels. 

2>^ Marietta Street. 

to Cain, i n e of Luckie, di- 
vides Wards 5 and 6. 
Forxyth intersects. 
Fairlie intersects. 
Cone intersects. 
Spring intersects 
43 Smith Lula, c 

60 Pearl Mattie, c 

61 Reed Mattie, c 
63 Brown Laura, c 

65 Cobb Nettie, {: 

66 Davis James, c 

67 Dunwoody T, c 

68 Kiles Mary, c 
70 Henderson M, c 
74 Newton Fannie, c 
76 Pierce Wm, c 

13 Craig Julia, r 

JEANETTE, from W Peters s e 
to Central R R, i s of Fair, 
Ward I. 

I Johnston R, i 
5 Klerner Rev J H 

7 Flemister J W 

8 Callaway J E 

9 Eubanks I R 
10 Thompson H A 



o ^g JAMES, from 78 Peachtree, nw 



JENKINS, from Courtland ave 
s e to Pratt, i n e of Gilmer, 
Wards 4 and 6. 
10 Bell W, c 

12 Knight Mrs S L 

13 Rowland Ella, c 

14 McCoUum Charles J 

15 King WW 

1 6 Brook John 



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MANUFACTUEEE OF HOME-MADE 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 
SeePage5S. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

JENKINS— Cont'd. 
Adams W T 
20 West Mrs M 
23 Whitfield Patrick, c 
38 McGinniss W, c 

40 Wilson M M 

41 Vacant 
Dickerson Mrs S 
Kean Mrs M A 

52 Atl Medical CoUdge 

JENNING'S ALLEY, from 
Rawson n to Jones, i e of 
Eraser, Ward 3. 

JEPTHA, from W Hunter s to 
Beckwith, i w of Chestnut, 
Ward I. 

JOHN, from W & A R R w to 
Lambert, 5 n of Simpson, 
Ward 5 

1 Harris Minnie, c 

2 Asbury Rebecca, c 

3 Hudson Rena, c 

4 Burr Jessie, c 

5 Chapman Polly, c 

6 Smith Rose, c 

7 Boddie Lewis, c 

8 Moton Elsie, c 

9 Vacant 

10 Wilson Lewis, c 

JOHNSON, from W & A R R 
w to Lambert, 3 n of Simp- 
son, Ward 5 

11 Burns Maggie, c 
13 Sanders Dinah, c 



14 Lowe Lizzie, c 

15 Howard Miss Mattie 
i5 Coleman Mattie, c 

18 Carter Sallie, c 

19 Shaw Julia, c 

20 Baskins OlUe, c 

21 Mays Eliza, c 

23 Smith Hattie, c 

24 Williams Carrie, c 
26 Hartsfield Lena, c 

Mangum intersects. 

31 Sanders Mollie, c 

38 Green Mat, c 

39 Simes Annie, c 

40 Vacant 

41 Wilkinson Mary, c 

43 Ellen W M 

44 McQueen Wm C 
48 Finley Mattie, r 

51 Robertson George, c 

52 Austell Fannie, c 

53 Adams Charles, c 

54 Bailey Lizzie, c 

61 Johnson W B 

62 Lynes Mrs R 

63 Vacant 

66 Jordan Maria, c 



JOHNSON AVE, from Boule- 
vard e to limits, i n of Hous- 
ton, Ward 4. 

16 Gaines Henry 

23 Carter Eliza, c 

28 Harper G 

30 Jones T W 

32 Mercer J L 

34 Rogers J H 

36 Sampler C W 

38 Dewberry B F 

40 Veal H L 

47 Leonard Thomas 

49 Taylor J T 

50 Jester S H 
59 Watson Wm 

61 Garner J A 

62 Cherry Martha 

63 Ozmer Ella O 



At 38>^ S. BROiJi STREET, 
can be had all kinds of 

Lumber, Laths, Shingtes, of the 



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22 Kimball House, Decatur Street. 



Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Glass In- 
surance Agents. State Agents for 
I Georgia and Alabama, Caligraph Writ- 
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JOHNSON— Cont'd. 


D. C. LOF=R. 


Smith John, c 




AGENT FOR 


ICO Strickland P A, r 


Ilie Celebrated Pabst Brewing Co.'e 


JOINER, from Central R R to 


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W Peters (Fair street). Ward i 


I and 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 






and 106 Broad Streets. 


JONES, from Windsor e to 




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as Chatham i s of Fair, 


168 


White Mrs M J 


Wards 2 and 3. 


169 


Slaton W F 


5 Hunter J K 


171 


Vacant 


7 Thompson G B 




Capitol ave intersects. 


Boyles J F 


193 


Allen A M 


8 Ha r ben W M 


195 


Brady T E 


9 Brooks J W 


196 Vernoy W A 


10 McDougal R H 


196 


Vernoy J 


II Folsom M M 


200 


H.jllis Mrs H J 


Cooper intersects. 


201 


Rawlins T G 


25 Pomeroy Mrs A L 


204 


Unfurnished 


33 Orr Milton 


205 


Cottingham W S 


35 McClelland W B 


207 


Joyner W H 


37 Hunter W Hugh 


208 


Butt Jesse M 


39 Bloodworth T H P 




Fraser intersects. 


Formwalt intersects. 


212 


King J R 


42 Rosborough E P 


226 


Davis Lewis, c 


42 Bell Mrs S C 


229 


Smith Miss Maggie 


44 Simmons Mrs S F 


232 


Pope Annie, c 


49 Leiter Jake 




Jenninqs al commences. 


Pry or intersects. 


233 


Powell Capt C 


68 Daniel L, c 


237 


Baker Amos 


Loyd intersects. 




Terry commences. 


88 Washington G, c 


243 


Park P, c 


90 Kemp Jennie, c 


245 


Johnson Jesse, c 


95 Houston C N 


259 


Watters J C 


96 Johnson E, c 




Martin intersects. 


loi Dokins Ella, c 


260 


Walton Wm, c 


Palliam intersects. 


264 James Mrs C E 


Washington intersects. 


265 


Elder J H 


141 McKinnon B W 


266 


Pierce Fred 


143 Brown E B 


267 


Hill M M 


145 Eddins C W 


268 


Menken Mrs S 


146 O'Kelly R S 


271 


Keltner Harriet 


147 Miller F W 


275 


Hatton George, c 


Crew inter secU. 


278 


Catley Mrs Mary A 


167 Holliday R A 


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JONES— Cont'd. 

King ends. 

290 Tennyson Henry, c 

Warner ave commences. 
289 Bradberry M 

291 Wells A P 
Hurt Mrs M A 
Furse & Hawkins 

Connolly intersects. 
Kelly intersects. 
321 Lyons Robert, c 

323 Young R C 

324 Brown John 

326 Dooly James 

327 Gaar Wm S 
335 Easley Isaac, c 

337 Mosteller John L 

Hill intersects. 

338 Goddard G C 

339 Dennison N B, «: 
341 Watts Wm B 

Holland John H 
Hanes Mrs Ella 
Bloodworth Herbert R 
Collier S 

349 Troy John H 

350 McDold Jas G 

351 Kershaw Mrs E 

352 Glazier Frank H 

353 Manlay John C 

Grant intersects. 
Millner G R 
Wellborn M A 

354 Fenn Jefferson 

Hardin intersects. 

355 Polk Jas K 

356 Land Milton W 



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357 Belding Wm J 
363 Parkins Grant 
367 Bethea L S 
370 Dorsey H H 
372 Turner W N 

Dillashaw Thomas 
Howell A F 
Pittman A H 
Fears J T 

Boulevard intersects. 
Hill Samuel 
3 Drake J J 
10 McWilliams T J 
14 Veal I W 

Badger intersects. 
22 Hughs H O 
24 Haynes G W 
26 Huey E B 
28 Vacant 
30 McCord J C W 
32 Richardson J W 
34 Chaney W O 
36 Plummer G H 
38 Bice Mrs Eliza 
40 Meallor W P 
42 Vacant 



JONES ALLEY, from W Hun- 
ter to Magnolia, i e of Man- 
gum, Ward I. 



JONES ALLEY, 

n to Morgan, i 
vard. 



from Rankin 
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JONES AVE, from 348 Ma- 
rietta, w to Lambert, i n of 
Simpson, Ward 5. 

E llio tt intersects . 
15 Bailey B E 

21 Fickett R N 

22 Laird R W 
24 Farr J W 

30 Jones A T 

31 Third Baptist Church 
33 Williams Mrs Mary 
35 Gilbert T 



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JONES AVE— Cont'd. 

37 Vacant 

Mitchell Tobe, c 

Armistead V 

Hawkins H N 

West S 
43 Withers Mrs M 
46 Yother John 

Mangum intersects. 
50 Lyon J A 

54 McLellan J G 

55 Haybach J 

58 Perkins J W 

59 Baird J C 
6s Mitchell A H 

Harbin J D 
Word Mrs H 
Terry S 
Paul F 

68 Spinks W A 

69 Williford R B 

70 Jett J B 

7 1 Tibbs W C 
Guess E F 
Gray Mrs L A 
Smith J C 

Gray iiiter sects. 

88 Shelton N E, ^ 

89 Roper J P T 

90 Cooper J T 

91 Brooks L B 

93 Shelton J 

94 Whidley A J 

95 Jones A H 

Chattahoochee intersects. 

96 Paul B 

97 Wilson C A 

98 Squires J 
loi Howell T J 
103 Brown 

Edward intersects. 
122 Turnage J W 
Dodgin Thomas 

124 Taylor G W 

125 Sisson J D 
127 Pitts M W 



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Raising and Moving Bnildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



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2I>^ E. Alabama. 



129 Barnwell JAM 

130 Stockton E D 



JONESBORO ROAD, South 
Atlanta. 



JUNIPER, from North ave n 
beyond limits i e of Peach- 
tree, Ward 6. 



KELLY, from Fair s to Clarke, 
I e of Connally, Ward 3. 
4 Minor Thomas A 
8 Robbins John W 
10 Marbut Samuel P 

12 Herren J S 

13 Galceran M P and wife 

Jones intersects. 
15 Vacant 
17 Moyer W H 
28 Gaar T A 
30 Bohannon J A 
32 Sears Noah S 
35 Thomason Judson J 
37 Marshall Mary J 
39 Rogers Clara, c 
41 Shelton James, c 

Olynn intersects. 

Webb Mrs Rebecca 
Edwards L H 
Haubold Bruno 
Kent Wm R 
Hanmer C G 
Brown Wilson C 
White C E 
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MILL SUPPLIES, 

MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Fittings and Bran 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 



from Gray w to 
n of Simpson, 



KENNEDY, 
limits, 6 
Ward 5. 
39 Tate Joseph, c 
41 Allen GW 

Calhoun Mollie, c 
50 Buck J W 

Anderson Henry, c 



KENNESAW ALLEY, from 
Roach e to Chapel, i s of W 
Fair, Ward i. 



KENNY'S ALLEY, 
Pryor to Loyd. 



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KIMBALL, from Peachtree w 
to W Peachtree, i n of North 
ave. Ward 6. 
I Kingsbery Joseph 

25 Kimball J C 

32 Bell T H 

34 Youngblood A P 

38 Morris J A 

39 Hall J T, Jr 
41 Gramling T A 

Byers W L 
South James A 



KING, from Georgia R R s to 
Jones, I e of Martin, Ward 3. 
Sou Spring Bed Co 
Sou Lounge Co 
Sou Furniture Co 
Atl Machine Works 
212 Tilson W P 
214 Vacant 

Hunter intersects. 
20 Blair W S & Son 



24 King W A 

Fair intersects. 
42 Evans J F 

58 Flemister Mrs M 

59 Westbrook Bryant A 

60 Sanders John J 

60 Johns Marshall F 

61 Phillips L W 
63 Harkins R L 

67 Gill H S 

68 Isaac Henry, c 
71 Thompson J R 
75 Pate Geo 



LAMBERT, from Simpson n to 
limits, 5wofW&ARR 
Ward 5 

47 Akers Mrs Mollie 

48 Johnson Lee, c 

54 Walker Nelson, c 

55 Underwood W M 

56 Bourn T W 

57 Stockwell J L 
Tonnage T J 

59 McWhorter Mack, c 



LANE, from Georgia R R n to 
Edgewood ave, from which it 
is continued as Randolph 



BLANK BOOKS 







KRIES, from Glenn s beyond 
limits, I w of Humphries 

KUHRT, from Humphries n e 
to Hills ave i s of Chapel, 
Ward I 

2 Parks Jerry 

3 Sellers Mary 

5 Smith George, c 
7 Willis Simon, c 

13 Simpson Archie, c 

14 Thomas M, c 
17 Strozier M, c 

25 Mahone Annie, c 

LAIRD'S ALLEY, rear Raw- 
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36 WMtehaU Street. 



FIRE INSURANCEI 

strong, Kelktble and Liberal Co.' a. 



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LARKIN, from Walker w be- 
yond limits, I s of Fair, 
Ward I 
15 Wooten A, c 

17 Lemon Nettie, c 

18 Nelms E A 
20 Eason S J 

22 Kelly B M 

23 Hunter H L 

24 George J L 

25 Jordan C W 
27 Johnson N T 

32 Vaughan Rev E L 
35 Davis A W 

37 Bunch A 

38 Booth W K 

40 Moncrief S J 

41 McDaniel J M 

43 Vittur Charles 

June Greens Ferry ave and Chapel 

44 Pittman J G 
46 Lathem J M 

50 Moreland F, c 

51 Daniel Ada, c 

52 Vacant 

55 O'Donnelly John 

Roach intersects. 
55 Wilson S, c 

57 Morrison M 

58 Greenwood Mrs M D 
61 Herndon J E 

65 Nealy Edward 

69 Oliver C J 

75 Fain P A 

74 Mones Emma, c 

8i Miller Anthony, c 

85 Davis D, c 

90 Aledge Amanda, c 

91 Simons Charles, c 

92 Cato A, c 

94 Summion Matilda, c 

95 Butler Edward, c 

96 Bradford Ailey, c 

97 Harris M, c 
99 Davenport I, c 

100 Davis V, c 



XAJnTTACTTTRSB OP 

Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining and 04i Colors, 

Vhiie Lead, 1-Coit Carriage Pai&ts,&c 

tmetorj, 331 Decatur Street.- 



-Office, 60-62 Marietta Street. 



102 Dickson R, c 

103 Harper H, c 

104 Spencer J M, ^ 
106 Hutchison Mary, c 
108 Henry M, r 

120 Wafker L, c 
135 Smith Sanders, c 
137 Barrett Mary, c 
143 Parson Frank, c 
145 Brown Bettie, c 
149 Clark Mrs Carrie 
151 Cannon Cicero 
156 Cranage G, c 

LATHAM, from Green's Ferry 
ave n to Larkin, near Roach, 
Ward I. 



LATIMER'S ALLEY, from 
Luckie s w to W & A R R, 

Ward 5. 



LAWSHE, from E Fair s 
Gre<:n's Ferry ave, i w 
Battle, Ward i. 
I Gardner J, c 

4 Jones J, c 

5 Dennis M 

6 Merrill S, c 

8 Breedlove Fannie, c 
10 Domenick Sallie, c 
12 Ward J W 
Giiffin L 

23 Vacant 

24 Macfield H, c 

25 Vacant 

26 Morris ] ], c 

30 Harwood Wm, c 



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•i 1 WMITCHALL STRCCT. 



Babies' Pictures|>^^ Premium Art Gallery, 

A SPECIALTY AT I SS'A WHITEHALL STREET. 



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37 liVfaiteball Street. 

LAWSHE— Cont'd. 

33 Vacant 

34 Lane Edna, c 

35 Vacant 

T,6 Jones Francis 



LEACH, from W Hunter n e, 
near city limits, Ward i. 

LEES AVE, from State w to 
Curran, i sofEmmett, North 
Atlanta. 



LEONARD, from W Peters r 
w to Green's Ferry ave, i w 
of Humphiies, Ward i. 

1 Stewart E J 

2 Turner Mrs E 
Jones G 
Ortagus R G 
Rice F 
Strickland J 
Pannel V 
Fleming Jasper 

II Camp M H 

11 Scoggin Mrs M W 

12 Kile W C 

13 Blackstock T 

14 Cosby J 

15 HoUingsworth J P 
Trinity Home Mission 

19 Leonard St Orphan Home 
Spelman Seminary 
Packard Miss S B 



LESTER, near the western lim- 
its n of Hunter, and bet Vine 
and Arthur. 



LIBERTY, from Humphries n 
e to Hollard, i n of Chapel, 
Ward I. 
5 Yopp J, c 

Smith Warren, c 
Davis T J 
Vacant 
Garner P, c 
Lawrence J J 
Presnell G W 
Shanks D 
18 Harris W A, c 
20 Knox W, c 
22 Moody R, c 



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Orme, i s of Pine. 



LINDEN, from W Peachtree e 


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17 Hutchison H G 


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19 Locke A H 




20 Fitten J H 


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81 Thomas L W 


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86 Fehr J P 


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127 Pitts Luke, c 




212 Padgett B R 


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216 Boggus F M 


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218 Arbery J W 


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220 Conneul J N 


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224 Farmer J H 


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228 Freeland Cicero 


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282 Jackson G 


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299 Jackson Charles, c 


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LINDSAY, from North ave s to K co 
Kennedy, i w of Chestnut. S5 ^ 



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LITTLE, from Capitol ave e to 
Hill, 3 s of Georgia ave, 
Ward 3. 

1 Oldknew J W 

2 Davis H G 
Weaver G 

3 Smith H N 
24 Hall S, c 
27 Beadles J 

40 Turner N, c 

41 Clarke J T, c 
43 Janes Bessie, c 
45 Hill Henry, c 
51 Ford H, c 

62 Williamson J P 

71 Jenkins Cal, c 

80 Lackey T, c 

82 Runnels M, c 

85 Shelly Ellen, r 

90 Leake J, c 
197 Morrow C, c 
203 Paris J A 

Westmoreland Wm, c 
Brand Levi 



LOGAN, from Hill e to Grant, 
I s of Jones, Ward 3. 
4 Kelly R F 

Ervin Thomas, c 
Hunt Rev Wm H 
Martin E J 
Langford Wm Y 
McWilliams Wm A 
Smith Marcellus W 
MacDermott M P 

13 Carson Jas B 
15 Lasseter J D 

14 Colbert John, c 

15 Robinson S J, ^ 

16 Jepson J L 

17 Dorsey Wm H S 

17 Robbins Rufus 

18 McWilliams Thomas J 

19 Kister C M 



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AND DEALKE IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

234 Marietta Street. 

Granderson J, c 
20 Ackers Noah, c 

22 Lanford N A 
Lester Nellie, c 

23 Thrasher Susan, c 

25 Wilson William A 

26 Apperson John A 
Coachman Celia, c 

29 Whitaker F M 

30 Powers Abner P 

31 Story B C 

33 Gutermuth Hy 
35 Gunnell O C 



LOGANS ALLEY, from Hous- 
ton n to Ellis, I w of Butler, 
Ward 6. 



LOUISA, from 
to SpenCer i 
Ward 5. 



Foundry n 
of Davis, 



LOVE, from Capitol ave e to 
Hill, 2 s of Georgia ave, 
Ward 3. 
6 Cranberry L, c 

18 Bailey J, c 

19 McNear M, c 
21 Hunt Wm, c 

I Donohoe J M 



LOVEJOY, from Simpson n to 
limits, I west of Orme, Ward 

5- 

Marcus Kate, c 

2 Briggs J A, r 

3 Stokes M, c 

3 Jones Sallie, c 

4 Jackson Amanda, c 



EXCEL5I2R STE/in MUNDRT 

Goods Called for and I>eUTered. 47 Decatnr Street. 



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Sells, Bents and Exchanges Dairy, Fruit and 
Truck Farms in all Parts of Oeorgia. 

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SADDLES iKD HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

Bee Pace 66. ATLANTA. BCORSIA. 

LOVEJOY— Cont'd. 

4 Lee Anna, c 

5 Woodall J, r 

5 Powers Ellen, c 
ID Burge Sarah 
50 Reeves J M 
57 Haines I. A 
54 Bedford H H 

52 Kilpatrick J T 

53 Knie Herman 
100 Walton W M 

Harper J 



LOWE, from W Hunter n to 
Spencer i w of Davis, Wards 
I and 5 
Rice C W 
Thompson T T 
Slaughter Bradle'y 
Butler W 
Wright J M 
Crockett G W 
Estley W T 

7 Patrick J, c 

8 Johnson W, c 
10 Pace W 

1 2 Postell W M 

15 Scudder S L 

16 Bryant Laura, c 
8 Stams & Craine 

LaFontaine J A 
29 Bridges T M 
31 Beck A M 



LOWE'S ALLEY, from Larkin 
s e to Walker, i e of Chapel, 
Ward I. 



LOYD, from Decatur s w to 
limits, I s e of Pryor, Wards 
2 and 6. 

4 Saxon & Morgan, c 
6 Young Geo, c 

Irby G H Shoeing Co 
8 ScipleSons 
12 Bristol House 

Liddell & Johnson 
14 Beach Bros 
14 Dooley Mrs S C 
16 Brady & Miller 
18 Patterson H M 
26-30 Markham House 
Wall ends. 
Union Depot 

Railroad intersects. 
Ga R R Freight Depot 

Alabama ends. 
Waverly place eovitnences. 
43-45 Swift C H & Co 
47-49 Bank of the State of Ga. 
49^Tolleson J R 
50 Robbins Bros 
51-53 Redd J F 
55-57-59 Brady & Miller 
58 Rodes C C Sr 
66 Henry T L 
70 Magill Mrs M E 

Loyd st African M E church 
Hunter intersects. 
77 Crouch George 

79 Kay Mrs M 

80 Ch Immaculate Conception 1 
83 McCaul Mrs M C 

85 Addison C B 
87 Eeed Mrs Mary 
89 McLean Mrs M A 
92 Cannon Mary A 

96 Cannon Mrs Ellen 

97 Murphy Mrs M 
103 Hancock Strother 

E Mitchell intersects. 
114 Atl Newspaper Union 

Southern Architect 
119 Webb W H 






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20 Bostick A B 
25 Tolleson J R 
29 Boyles Mrs S F 
35 O'Brien F H 

42 Smith Nancy, c 

Peters intersects. 
39 Rucker J J 

43 Saloshin Louis 

44 Moore Mrs E 

45 Oppenheim S H 

46 Mayfield Mrs S M 

47 James L P 

49 Daly K 

50 Vacant 

51 Regenstein Moses 

52 Carlton B C 

53 Rose R M 

54 Bird M P 

56 McDonald Mrs A 
68 Gannon Mrs M E 
74 Byers Mrs J L 

Garnett intersects. 
81 Bowen J B 
85 Fredeking A E 

Fair intersects. 



LUCKIE, from Peachtree at 
Broad, n w to North ave, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
2 Foster George 
5 McKie C D 

Forsyth intersects. 

22 White W W 

23 McClellan Mrs I B 

24 Cummings L S 

26 Loyd J H 

Fairlie intersects. 

27 Davis Mrs M C 

28 Wing J D 

29 White J T 

30 Ford Mrs M 

32 Mackey O S 

33 Scott W H 

34 Saloshin G 

35 Merrill Mrs E E 



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Cone intersects. 
49 Saunders H G 
49 Cree James H 
51 Jordan Cornelius 
53 Watts Mrs M A 
55 Hall Daniel 

Spring intersects. 

58 Cause Mrs G G 

59 DeLoach A A 

60 Vandivere S L 

61 Burbank A M 

62 Quillian F A 

63 Tolbert M L 
65 Tolbert J J 
67 Roberts W J 
69 Hardin J O H 
71 Tolbert W C 
73 Rice W W 

78 Scrutchin T 

79 Ware George 
84 Martin Z T 

Bartow intersects. 

88 Brown C 

89 Bain David 

92 Quillian G T 

93 Lowe Mrs E N 

94 Lowrey B 

95 Jones P H 

97 Thompson Mrs A 

98 Vacant 

100 Sheldon C A 
102 Welborn Mrs J 

105 Vacant 

106 Sterling W L 

107 Dodd H 

Cain intersects. 

108 Yarbrough B F 
1 1 1 Walker H C 



HUNNICUTT & BELLINGRATHIIfNiTARY plumbers, 

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112 Adams Mrs M C 
114 Ellington Rev A F 

119 Vacant 

120 Weaver R A 
122 Stephens W J 
124 McCalla C R 
126 Herrington A P 
130 Hutchinson L B 
129 Mouldy G, c 

Hayden commences. 

Harris intersects. 

Foundry ends. 

136 Bartlett N 

137 Griffin Mrs Wm 

138 McCowan E P 

140 Stewart J W 

141 Brower L W 

142 Smith M, c 

143 Doolan F 

144 Anthony J N 

146 King J L 

147 Peyton Miss R W 

148 Manley J T 

149 Campbell Mrs D 
151 Humphries Mrs L E 
154 Butler R J 

158 Fincher J C 

159 Landrum S P 

161 Hanby A F 

Hull intersects. 

162 Shaw F M 

Thurman ends. 

164 Hall Mrs M B 

165 Dempsy W S 

166 Blackburn E B 

168 Doyle G S 

169 Vacant 



171 Aiken Mrs H 

172 Peacock A T 
174 Stewart M L 

178 McNinch Mrs M A 

Baker joins. 
182 Milan E L 

185 Neatherland R M 

186 Reeves J A J 

187 Saye W L 
196 Carter J W 

199 Hackett Jas S 

200 Sledge J 

201 Nally Mrs M A 

Simpson intersects. 

202 Holder C 

203 Morris D P 
205 Edwards H S 

207 Webb G W 

208 Miles H H 

209 Carter W M 

210 Cashman P C 

211 WebbH J 

223 Eagan Edward 
230 Nichols Mrs M J 

Sacred Heart Academy 
Alexander intersects. 
232 Adams A Q 
Cor Waitt M G 

Mills intersects. 
48 Vacant 
246 Bussey VV D 

250 McAlister J H 

251 South F 

253 McHenry C, c 
259 Johnson Mrs A 

261 Douglas J N 

262 Boyle J F 

263 Johnson O 

264 Hoyt D 

265 Nix J W 

266 Webb M 

268 Thrower J G 

269 Saye R A 
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279 Keenan W C 

281 Watson W I 

282 Bryan Rev J S 

286 Hammond Mrs C 

287 McCarter Mrs Cornelia 
289 Davis J T 

291 Gayle C J 

292 Nance J L 
45 293 Mackey W E 

Fitie intersects. 

303 Holcomb S A 

304 Gaines R 

305 Webb Mrs D 

306 Linch Mrs Mary 

307 Hartsfield J B 

308 Brown J J 
310 Withers J B 

312 Fickett Mrs M J 
Dairy intersects. 

313 Whatley Mrs Geo 

314 Davis J B 

315 Bellingrath H 

318 Pearson Mrs C 

319 Welch J H 

320 Loeffer A 
322 Allen G P 

333 Harris A L 

334 Abbey T H 

338 Van Houton F 

339 Gresham Dr W T 

340 Walker V 
Ferguson N D 

341 Morgan T G 

342 Lipford M N 

343 Smith G A 

344 James G L 

345 Shearer W C 

346 Shearer Wm 
348 Long P H 

Gresham intersects. 
350 Bowden W T 

Nesbit intersects. 
356 Swords C M 



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LUCY, from Decatur n tc Gar- 
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3 Whilley W T 

4 Poindexter J L 
8 Smith A E 

6 Smith Thos M 
17 Shide A J 

LYLES ALLEY, from Orange 
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LYNCH'S ALLEY, fiomCourt- 
land w to Ivy, i s of Wheat, 
Ward 6. 



McAFEE from 
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Ward 5. 
2 Martin J C 

4 Rumph G W 

5 Pattillo Rose, c 

6 Smith N B 

7 Lackey J M 

8 Cox A N 

11 Campbell Mrs E 

12 Eberenz Henry 
14 Prilgrim L 

21 Harris Mrs M A 
23 Castleberry 

25 Ormsby T D 

26 Padgett J H 

27 Crute Mrs R 

28 Forsyth Mrs E 

29 Budden C E 

30 Ball F 

31 Harris W R 



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Raising and Moving Bnildings, 

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Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

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McAFEE— Cont'd. 
32 Miller J M 
39 Alexander J W 
39 Woodbury R E 
41 Spratt W T 

43 Ansley J W 

44 Gresham John H 

45 Langston W J 

46 Stanford Mrs M 
Hutchins G A 
Dean W W 

50 Jones T O 

51 Winkler H 

52 Jenning H 

53 Racks Wm 

54 Ball J W 
58 McPeters S 

60 Dugar D H 

61 Garrison W W 

63 Laird C W D 

64 Harris J B 
67 Waters W M 
71 Austin S T 

75 Belliveau Mrs Emma 

76 Pettway G M 

78 Daniel J T 

79 Dowd Mrs E 

82 Wright E 
Treadwell C 

83 Roffe H T 
Roberts ] V 
Smith B F 



McDANIEL, from Whitehall n 
to Peters and s to limits, 
Wards i and 2. 

GOING NORTH. 

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6 Sanders I, c 
Woodford A, c 
10 Smith Samuel, c 
18 Sheftall Philemon, c 
21 Callowa G, c 

23 King J, c 

24 Page Sarah, c 

26 Stevens Hardy, c 

27 Roberts G, c 

35 Gardner Clark, c 

GOING SOUTH. 

27 Roland John A 

28 Nomen Abner, c 
53 Johnson Rev C O 

Hightower commences. 
59 Cheves Thomas, c 

61 Vacant 

62 Barwell D 

Raivson intersects. 

63 Harper W A 

64 Russey J W 

65 Harper W A 

66 Miller G W 

67 Stewart Wm 

Wells commences. 

68 Cody Mrs M L 
Phillips Henry 

70 Terry J M 

71 Holmes Louis, c 

72 Neville J J 
74 Bryan J P 

76 McGee Mrs Ida 
78 Talbot T W 

80 O'Tyson Morris 

81 Rosette W C 
83 Clark Rev A T 

Richardson commences. 
85 Mower E E 

87 Noyes W J 

88 Price W H H 

89 Budden E R 
Golden Frank 
Gomez G P 
HuffinesT R 
Shore Robert 



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04 Griggs I.ouis 
06 Garner Joseph 

Crumley intersects. 
08 Walker Alonzo, c 
10 Lewis Willis, c 
12 Boseman Abe, c 

21 Fleming Miss M 

22 Mills P, c 

23 Lougee D B 

25 Wilkes Chas, c 

26 Delk G T 
Peerman Hattie 
Williamson J C, c 
Wheeler Willis 
Peck F, c 

39 Hicks John, c 

Glenn intersects. 
50 Tate G W, c 
70 Pinkston F, c 
72 Wooten Harry, c 
74 McGuire M, c 
76 Freeman Edward 

Smith Ned, c 
78 Crew Hattie, c 
80 Coleman Green, c 
Eeds intersects. 
217 Lyon J E 
239 Burckel Martin 

Berrell intersects. 
245 Hall Dr J P 
247iLeak M D 
249 "White W C 
250 Franklin W E 
Eubanks A C 
Brewer Green, c 

Rockwell intersects. 

252 Robison John 

253 Gartrell A B 

254 Tedder W V 

256 Etheridge H T 

257 Reeves A P 

258 Lewis N J 

259 Smithson A H 
274 Etheridge J S 
278 Walker Henry, c 



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Gardner intersects. 

280 Humphries L 

281 Harris J L, ^ 
Garrett D A 
Coppedge W H 

282 Brown W M 
284 Cheek W J 

286 Cunningham C, c 
293 Backus James 

Mary intersects. 

Britton Edgar, c 

Moore S, c 

McCoy Alfred, c 

Cole Lizzie, c 

Mahone E H, r 

Williams Wm, c 

Gibson Arthur, c 

Farmer G W 

Arthur intersects. 

Gibson John, c 

Asbury John, c 

Phillips Peter, c 

Harmon Chas, c 

Beard John, c 

Fletcher intersects. 

Brown J L, r 

Vacant 

Dupree Doc, c 

Bap Ch, c 

Sheriff PC, c 

Beck Floyd, c 
Amy intersects. 



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McDANIEL ROAD- 

6 Cannon J N 

8 Fincher W J 

10 Bridges J W 

16 McDougal J E P 

18 Eraser W W 

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Mcdonald, from S Boule- 
vard e to limits, i s of Jones, 
(known as Bryan.) 
3 Rose J W 
5 Trouten L N 
9 Hooks M V 
Hooks James 

12 Buchanan Joseph 

13 Mason W J 
15 Mooney R A 

17 Hank Joseph 

18 Smith C H 

19 Wallace W M 

20 Pate George 

21 Hearin W F 

22 Crymes W D 

23 Dunn J B 

24 Phillips J H 
JacksonnV H 
Sealock J H 



Mcdonough road, con- 
tinuation of Capitol:Jave be- 
yond limits. 



McMH.LAN, from Marietta n 
beyondflimits. 



MADISON, from Glenn s i e 
of Grant, Ward 3. 



MAGNOLIA, from 170 Mari- 
etta w to limits, I s of Foun- 
dry, Ward I and 5. 

Atl Cot Mills 

Union Mill & Whse Co 

Wood Mrs D 

Hopkins T J 

Hansford J W 

Hansford J J 

Gravett J 

Vacant 

Hammett J A 

Murphy J 
8 South A 
II McDaniel Miss J 

15 Bruce J L 

16 Fuller W A 

19 Thompson James 

20 Chase Wm H 

Glen Mary C & C Co 

21 Guthrie Robert 

Huhey intersects. 
23 Parker J A 

Little Mt Olive Baptist Ch 
25 Helms F C 
31 Lyon W M 

Elliott intersects. 
56 Ellen Eldon, c 
56 Berry Charles, c 
58 Prater Henry, c 
58 McAfee Hamilton, c 
60 Reed Hattie, c 
60 Mitchell Missouri, c 

Jones intersects. 
64 Harris N, c 

66 Farrow, c 

67 Sims Mary 

75 Parker Jane, c 

76 Shelton Louisa, c 

77 Smith Jacob, c 

Mangam intersects. 
loi Turner Thomas, c 

102 Clark H, c 

103 Jordon Rev R, c 

104 Boyd A, c 

105 Johnson Sarah 



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no Moseley Lou, c 

114 Mitchell L, c 

115 Bentley Hester, c 

1 15 Jordan Ike, c 

116 Walthor Laura, r 

117 Tuggle John, c 

Haynes inter seeU. 
Trotti J P 
23 Herndon Benjamin J 

27 Phillips Joel A 

28 Roland C 

31 Phillips Thomas J 

32 Keltner W 

35 Tuggle Thomas S 
35 Fowler Wm A 

39 Cloud Viney, c 

40 Gaddy W P 
42 Hardy S M 

44 Washington J, c 
48 Vaughn C P 

Lowe intersects. 
50 Miller R J 
52 Shinn R L 
54 Wilson J W 
Skinner E E 
65 Ozburn Wm H 
67 Slider Charles 

Maple intersects. 
Wood B F 
Smith W M 
Coles S, c 

Walnut intersects. 
Lyons W H 
Turner Amanda, c 
Graves E R, ^ 
Moore G W, c 
248 Banks Harriet, c 

Graves commences. 
253 Rucker Wm, c 

Vine intersects. 
262 Gray A, c 
264 Thrasher W, c 
267 Latemore Elijah 

Arthur intersects. 
284 Belcher E H 



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MAGNOLIA E from Fort 
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67 Shehee Jack, c 
6?> Freeman General, c 



MANGUM, from Peters n to 
John, I w of Elliott, Wards i 
and 5 

9 Spivey Wm, c 
16 Stevens S 
18 Gray Coler, c 

24 Stewart P 

25 Freeman R, c 

26 Sumlen Fannie, c 
28 Strickland W, c 
2,2, Wilson M, c 

64 Dewberry G 
68 Boyles J F 

72 Daniel J C 

73 Dorr J W 

74 Orr S A 

75 Steel WF 

Chajiel intersects. 
77 McAfee J M 
80 Mehafifey T C 

85 Hudson J E 

86 Jones R L 

Markham intersects. 

92-104 Gate City Coffin Co 

91 Lovinggood J M 

99 Harmsen Carl 
10 1 Lowman F C 
106 Phelps J L 

108 Burk J H 

109 Muller L 

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SADDLES A«D HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

See Page 68. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

MANGUM— Cont'd. 
114 Bridwell A S 

Mitchell intersects. 
21 Bridwell J D 

14 Brown J H 

15 Stockton R E 

16 Keown J T 

17 Collins Mrs M E 

18 Turner B S 

19 Williams W E 

20 Haynes W A 
28 Sixth Bap Ch 
30 Akridge J T 
2;^ Dooley M H 

Hunter intersects. 

41 Dozier Mrs T C 

42 Barrett C A 

45 Wooden W D 

46 Hairston R R 
46 Weimer C Jr 
49 Summers A H 

53 Home of Friendless 

56 Swiney J M 

57 Rosenfeld S 

59 Duncan Mrs S E 

60 Pressly R H 
64 Wiemer C 
67 Jansen J 

67 Peoples J H 

68 Hastings T 

69 Flynn R F 

71 Maher M E 

72 Wilson W T B 
74 Maher Mrs C T 
84 Lundy C, c 

88 Latimer J, e 

89 Sewell Jennie 

Mhodes intersects. 



194 Robinson L, c 

1 Jones T, c 

2 Turner L, c 

3 Pope J, c 

4 Wilson Henry, c 

5 Hamilton A, c 

6 Tiller Mary, c 

7 Tyner Mary, c 

8 Woodley A, c 

9 Brockman Henrietta, c 
196 Rogan Wm 

198 Veal R, c 
204 Boldes F, c 
208 Wilson P, c 
210 Sellers Miss A 
216 Vacant 

221 Green W H 

222 Smith J S 

Magnolia intersects. 
Watkins Sam 
249 Greene George 

Foundry intersects. 
256 Darden Rosa, c 
258 Black John, c 
264 Dunning Mrs Telda 

270 Christian Henry, c 

271 Holcombe J R 

272 Gray Rosa, c 

Newton intersects. 
277 Phillips Parthenia, c 
279 Higgins Lizzie 
294 Moncrief Mandy, c 
296 Latimer Elijah, c 
298 Rice R J 

Thurmond intersects. 
300 Buchanan J W 

304 Nort John 

305 Torrence W H 

306 Cole Mrs Mary 
310 Bufifington G W 

312 Forshaw E M 

313 Whitfield T W 

Mays intersects. 

314 Lofton Wm 

315 Cullinan Edward 
317 Smith Melissa 



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Rock intersects. 
330 Blackstock Jasper 
334 Irby Mrs J A V 
339 Irby R J 
341 Huff J E 
336 Harbin J G B 
338 Hatch C G 

Henry intersects. 
347 Thomas Geo, c 

350 Saye J M 

351 Wilson T B 

352 Johnson Davis 
354 Church C H 

Simpson intersects. 

371 Howard Martha, c 

372 Parker L A 

Jones ave intersects. 
Macedonian Ch, c 
391 Moore A L 

Bush intersects. 

395 Crossley J T 

396 Vacant 

397 Leathers W F 
400 Dryer Leah, c 

402 Bailey Wm, c 

403 Webb A 

405 Wright Fannie, c 

406 Smith J W, ^ 

407 Plunket G 

Johnson iiiterseets. 

409 Jones Laura, c 

410 Reynolds J P 

Victoria intersects. 



MANN'S ALLEY, from Mc- 
Afee w to Venable, i n of 
Mills, Ward 5. 



MAPLE, from Markham n to 
Spencer, i e of Walnut, 
Ward I.. 

4 Freeman Moses, c 
6 Towns Selina, r 

Ragler Geo, c 

Hughes Millie, <r 



Tie Clioicesl and Finest Brands 

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11 and 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 and 
106 Broad Streets. Tel. 420. 

Hampton Rebecca, c 

7 Keith Eli, c 
Henry T ], c 

8 Gantt Chas, c 

8 Bailey James, c 

9 Burke Tom, c 
9 Ford B, c 

10 Garmany Walker, c 

1 1 McCurdy W, c 
13 Gordon J, c 

15 Hendricks Fannie, c 
22 Jackson Newsom, c 
29 Holliday W, c 
183 Moore Margaret, c 
52 Moss T, c 
54 Brown A B, ^ 
56 Early J C 
58 Williams MW,c 
60 Askew T, c 

Tidwell R M 

Walker D W 



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opposite Decatur n w, beyond 
limits, parallel with W & A 
R R, Wards 5 and 6. 
I Goode S W & Co 

1 i^ Sing Sam 
"Ruttan Mfg Go South 

Minis Livingston 
New York Life Ins Co 
Hopkins J L & Son 

2 Jacobs Pharmacy 
Venable W E & Son 

2i^Bussey H H 
■'Albert W J 
Camp Joseph 
Walker Sam G ' 



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EISEMAN BROS., 

ONE PRICE 

Clothiers and Hatters, 

17 and 19 Whitehall street. 

MARIETTA— Cont'd. 

Huzza T H 

Finch Wm, c 

Dixie Doctor 

Bowes Wm W 
3-5 Mayson T C 
4 Meyer Leon 
6-8 Bolles & Bruckner 
7-9 Snook P H 
7^ Atl Zouaves Armory 

Union Central Life Ins Co 

Bloodworth T H P 
81 Maier S & Co 

McSweeney Michael 

Record Pub Co 

Home Co of Atl 

Dennis J L 

Mayson & Hill 

Hill C D 
9^ Tucker Walter J 

Sou Copying Co 

10 Beall E & A C 
Vaughan C T & Co 

11 Wolf & Johnson 

12 Rose & Bailey 

13 Gardner M M & W H 

14 Phillips Isaac 

15 Daniel Bros 

16 Hollis D B 

18 Steele Robert, c 
1 8^ Sutton Henry, c 
^.j) Flemming T B 
14-2^0 Folsom's Europ'n Hotel 

iV^ Broad commences. 
21 The >Marlbrough 
2 liCole,'. Gentry & Co 
^Sou Be -11 Tel and Tel Co 
Finley 'T 



Atl Tel Exchange 
Bray W M 
Husley & Bateman 
McAfee Jerome M 
Baker Chas F 

24 Price & Foster 
26-28 Estey Organ Co 

*S' Broad commences. 

30 Tyner C O 

32 Breitenbucher P 
Fitten Bldg 

Candler & Thompson 

Zahner Robert 

Pratt Prof N A 

Childs J A 

Johnson C 

Miller H V M 

Goldsmith & Sullivan 

Wood A & Son 

Mutual Life of Ky 

Green Dr H H & Sons 

Knowles Claience 

Pitts W B 

Reeves W F 

Elkin W S 

Vaughn J T & Co 

Hape S 

Smith W C 

Home Life Ins Co 

Jones H C 

Milner R W 
23 Keller & Maher 

25 McMillan J C & Co 
25^Haight Will 

27 Atl Piano Co 

Gate City Electric Supply 
and construction Co. 

Wade & Hollis 
31-37 De Gives Opera House 

31 Miller John M 
31^ Ewbanks J W 
33"McCalligP J 
34 Koch & Bro 

36 Rozzetta B 

37 Haynes Wm A 
Purtelle & Gonzales 



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Posts, Turned Balusters and 
Columns. New Desierns in 
SOB,OLiLi & TURNED W'OKK. 



1. B. Williams & Sons'l^tJ^?*^ Rubber cd. 



LEATHES BELTIKa AND LACE LEATEEB. 



16 Decatur Street, 
ATLANTA, ... - GEORGIA. 



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MARIETTA— Cont'd. 

37 King & Roberts 
37^Sam Lung 

38 Burke W B 

40 Thayer D W & Co 
Southern Lumber Co 
Fremont F M 
Concordia Hall 
Lewis Ulysses 
Interstate Abstract Co 
Green D W 
Jenkins J C 
Steele A B Lumber Co 
Daniel C J 
Nash & Co 
46-48 Bluthenthal & Bickart 
Rowland Publishing Co 
Foote & Zuber Lumber Co 
South Carolina Society 
So^Osler J 

Forsyth intersects. 
U S Post Office 
Old Capitol Bldg 

Venable Bros & Collins 

Bldg 
Collins Brick Co 
Atl Exchange. & Bkg Co 
Venable Bros & Collins 
U S Life Ins Co 
Northern Society 
Shepard F B 
Whitner J C & Co 
Whitner J A & Co 
McDonald N D & Co 
Eugene Jacobs' Phar- 
macy 
Faulkner, Kellam & 

Moore 
Tripod A P 

Herrington, Respess & 
Ford 
Rooms. 

14 Thompson B H 
14 Hill B H 
21 Kane, Thomas & Co 
24 Speairs & Roan 



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Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



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25 Howell D H 

28 Imperial Life Ins Co 

29 Joye E V 

30 Hagan Hugh 
32 Nelms J W 

37 Austin B H & Co 

Cuban Cigar Co 
40 Black Parker N 
42 Flagg A D 
46 LeSueur & Driver 
52 Cook & Brownell 
O'Donnelly John 
Patterson A B 
Felder T J 
60 Sou Trav Assn 

Warner & Perkerson 
Elks Club 
Ga Phonograph Co 
Ga Hedge Co 
Fairlie commences. 
57 Westmoreland W F 

Johnson A S 
57 Yorston Mrs E S 
61 O'Connor Mrs E P 

66 Calhoun A W 
Crawford S M 

67 Arlington Hotel 

68 Tuller Mrs F 

72 Villard & Villard 

rear Bunker & Co • 
74 Todd J S 
76 Ry Mail Service 

80 Austell W W 

Cone intersects. 

81 Markham Wm 

82 First Presbyterian Ch 

83 Sharman House 
85 Morehead H S 



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OFFICE DESKS A SPFCIAL.TY. 



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313 MARIETTA ST. 
Telephone 332. 



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THE BROW i im mm CO. 

MILL SUPPLIES, 

MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Fittings and Bnas 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

MARIETTA— Cont'd. 
91 Clayton Mrs C M 
95 Marietta St M E Ch 
97 Bayles Mrs S A 

102 Silvey John 

Spring intersects. 

07 Martin Mrs M W 

08 .Bostwick & Dickens 

10 Stewart & Ryan 

11 Erwin Mrs S J 
Owen Mrs J W 

12 Grannettosio R 
12 Ivy C H & Co 

14 Electrical Nov Wks 

16 Polk W RJr 

16 Ga Electric Light C, rear 

18 Frye B C 

19 Allen Miss Addie 
Hinton E C 

Bartotv intersects. 

24 Avant G W 

25 Ponder W 

26 Lesofif J 

28 Collier P F 

28-130 Linch & Carter 

3 1 Hopkins & Howarth 
3i^Cameron Miss M 

32 Sou L & F Gas Co 

32 Harwell W D 

33 Hopkins J R 

34-136 Hildebrand & Abbott 
35-137 Glass S C 
35^Haley Mrs E 
38 Bennedetti G D 

40 Blount John 

41 Leon H 

42 Blount John 

43 Manning W D 



144 Vacant 

146 Grubb T J 

147 Maddox E J 

148 Tienken J H 
150 Vacant 

155 Dixon E J 

163 Harden H F 

Roach Wash Mfg Co 
Atl Cotton Mills 
Magnolia commences. 

167 Daniel & Matthews 

169 Nolan D P 

1 70 Kimball J Walter 
173 Forsyth E W 
173J4 Auten R M 

Pegg S P 

175 Parr J M 

176 Massey B A 

W. Cain ends. 
Pickett Catherine, c 
Stoner M 

Marietta St Mission 
Harris E H 
Carmichael O L & J B 
Smith A V, c 
Smith A, c 
Chunn P, c 

185 Awtrey F M 

186 Manassivitz Samuel 

188 Bernard P 

189 Bourn T 

190 Hill James W, c 

192 Hardin J D G 

193 Starnes J W 

Walton ends. 

194 Allen & Boylan 
196 Johnson C J 
198 Clarke J A Jr 
200 Jett J B 

202 Sharp Bros 

Parks Dr W B 

Stephen Dr J 

Armstrong R S & Bro 

Finnigan J J 
204 Taylor & Galphin 
206 Domini John 



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179 
180 
181 
183 
183 
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U/DITIMfi UAPUIMC "it stands at the bead." 
WnlliriU niAunillLi Torbett A AlcCandless, 

General Ag'ent!« Georgia and Alabama. 
22 Kimball House, Decainr 8t., Tel«plione 73. 



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MARIETTA— Cont'd. 
2o6iSinith J I 

207 Auten R M 

208 Bobo & Hood 

Foundry intersects. 

209 Williams G O & Bro 

210 Griffin W L 
Mann A C 

212 Vacant 

213 Trautwine W 

214 Burnt 
219 Cox J E 

221 Atl Saw Wks 

Harris ends. 
229 Boartfield S 

234 Jett J L 

235 Gholston Haas & Guthman 
238 Vacant 

237-239 Clayton S M Motor Co 

Thurmond intersects. 
241 Ward M, c 

245 Watts W, c 

246 Dennis C C 

247 Rice J F 

248 Hatcher J F & M B 

249 Rice J F 

250 Lutz L 

251 Coleman T M 

253 Harris Mrs E 

254 McHenry Charles, c 
255-257 Fire Eng Co No 3 
256 Murphy E 

256^ Vacant 

Baker ends. 
258 Hall J M 
260 Vacant 

262 Manning G W 

263 McCown R W 

264 Haywood W, c 
266 Chapman Alice, c 

265 Swords J H 
268 Baughman G W 

270 Bell Wm H 

271 Marietta Street School 

272 Fisher C S 
274 Lawrence R, c 



.A.. IE*. TIl.II»OI> 

KANUyACUURKR Of 

Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining and Oii Colors, 

White Lead, 1-Coat Carriage Paint8,&G 

Factory, 331 Decatar Street. 



-Office, 60-62 Marietta Street 



276 Hawthorn Mrs M T 
278 Wright & Anderson 
280 Starns W A jr 
282 Marion S 
282-284 Cawthon & Bell 
286 Martin & Church 
286^ Wilkes Mrs V 

288 Dodson & Smith 

289 Vacant 

290 Roye W T 

291 Adams Mrs 
296 Vacant 

298 Palmer H, c 

299 McFaul J W 

300 Bobo J H 

Simjyson intersects. 
302 Phillips Mary, c 

312 Atl Vinegar Wks 

313 Mitchell & Parker 
316 Gates A, c 

318 Mahaffey W H, r 

321 Harwood John 
320 Brown W M 

322 Waters ST 
324 Marion S 

328 Thompson I P 

330 Gardner G W 

331 McCarthy J S 

Sts Peters & St Paul R C 

Ch and school 
Alexander commences. 
344 Rogers Wm, c 

'Jones ave commences. 

347 Boring & Vaughn 

348 Welch C E 

350 Evans N M 

351 Mills H H 
353 Cannon G W 



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XTo. 1. ■^^TTaitela.a.ll Street 



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PIPES, : : 
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Babies' Pictures|>^2^ Premium Art Gallery, 



A SPECIALTY AT 



33>i WHITEHALL STREET. 



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MARIETTA— Cont'd. 
356 Sims Bros 
358-388 Sou Agrl Wks 
3Iilh commences. 
359 Mitchell & Orr 
371-373 Vacant 
381 Humphries Joseph 
390 Chastain N A & Co 
389 Payne E T 
393 Richards W D 

395 Hawes & Bro 

Hunnlcutt commences. 

396 Johnson R S 

397 McFaul J W 
401 Boyd R E 
409 Willie J U 
415 Woodall Ida, c 
418 Peacock J Y 
422 Boyle J F 

425 Jones Mrs M 
428 Dougherty Richard 
430 Lawless G W 
432 Robinson B A, ^ 
434 Boyd G W 

Pine ends. 
436 Welch G W 
439 Vacant 
442 Carmichael W M 

445 Sowers Mrs M A 

446 Givens C 

447 Vacant 

449 Boyd J F 
449-451 Karwisch B 

450 Baldwin W L 

452 Tribble J B 

453 Sowers W S 

454 Blackwell J D 

455 Johns L 



456 Woods Mrs M 

457 Vacant 
459 Vacant 

461 McNew W C 
463 Mills V 
465 Loftis J L 
467 Vacant 

Corjnit commences. 
482 Spatola Mrs Fannie 
489 Atl Bridge & Axle Wks 
492 Wadlow R H 

495 Thomas S M 

496 Duffee W 

498 Matthews J J B & Co 
500 McMullen Savannah, c 
504 Parnell W A 

North ave commences. 
529 Hardeman C L, ^ 

531 Langley TC 

532 Randall & Bro 
529-535 Atl Furn Mfg Co 
551 Hinman G 

584 Callaway Ellen, c 

588 Minton T 

589 Craddock R, c 
591 Hussey P M 
595 Golden Fendol S 
597 Brown Mrs 

599 SpiveyJ 

601 Goodman J T 

Means commences. 
Cor Ogletree Henry, c 

602 Rankin John, c 

603 Richardson W R 

604 Singleton James, c 
606 Bradley & Co 

608 Vacant 

609 Arnold GW 
Cor Sims Astin & Co 

Wallace commences. 

611 Vacant 

612 Bankston Mrs Mary 

613 Fowler A R 

614 Pinion S V 

616 Bradley P B 

617 Woodward A 



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AHUni I CO I O, ( Schools, Public and 

153^3. Broad St See page 59 J • Private Buildings. . 



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MARIETTA— Cont'd. 


618 


Randall & Rolader 


620 


Murdock C 


622 


Timmons H C 




Penley Mrs A 


628 


Gallagher T 


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Edwards H S 


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Daniel W H 


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Sheridan W M 



Ponder commences. 
632 Bancroft G 
6t,t, Horton W C 

634 Silvey W M 

635 Stegall J 
Russell Mrs E 

636 Davis J 

637 Horton R 

638 Fuller P L 
648 Scroggins A T 

650 Smith & McDowell 

651 Vaughn T W 
Preston E 

652 Bennett R W 

Bellwood ave intersects. 
658 Smith W H, ^ 
660 Powell S M 
664 Eujank J E 
666 Weaver W H 
668 Smith Mrs R 
679 Ware J A 
688 Oakes H N 
690 Bryan S T 

969 Bennett Burney, c 

970 Smith Wm 

972 Vacant 

973 Allen Dr A G 
975 Beck J M 
977 Neese J J 

979 Topaz Cinchona Cordial Co 

980-988 Boyd & Baxter F Co 

981 Murphy W H 

983 Barton Thomas 

985 McCandless A W 

985 Chaffin J L 

1000 Hoxie J W 



SAME WAIvKER, 

picture prame Maker, 

AND DEALER IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

2>^ Marietta Street. 

1000 Hutton J E 
Hicks & Dunbar 
Exposition Cotton Mills 
Van Winkle Gin & Mach 
Works 







G«5ceelsior m gteam ^$ [^aundry, 

tV. E. Hanye, Manager. Oaarantees all Work to cive .Satisfaction. 



MARION'S ALLEY, from 
Newton n half way to Thur- 
mond. 



MARKHAM, from C R R w to 
Walnut, I s of W Mitchell, 
Ward I 
I Hall W H 
I Smith J H 
7 Wallis J W 

7 Smith G W 

8 Wallace J S 

Elliott intersects. 

10 Blount M N 

11 Shepard L J 

15 Caldwell J B 

16 Speer T M 
19 Stocks F M 

24 Renard J F 

25 Dilworth Mrs E J 

27 HoUoway Mrs E 

28 Wells J D 

29 Milner Mrs Ann 
31 Elhson W M 

33 Callaghan J J 
40 Atkinson A, c 

Mamjmn intersects. 
Haynes intersects. 
60 Bass Mrs Margaret 
62 Swartz M 
70 Grissom Wm, c 
ID Gipson N, c 



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Is Selliner Vacant and Improved 
Property in West End, which is the 
Choice Residence Portion of Atlanta. 



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W. L. Rkeder, 

UAKCFACTUSES OF HOUE-UACI 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEOBWA. 

MARKHAM— Cont'd. 

72 Vacant 
74 Lynch Mattie, c 
76 Brown James, c 
88 Harris ] B, c 
8g Allen Mattie, c 

90 Scott J, r 

91 Grissett G, ^ 
95 Carr Jane, c 

loi Epps L, c 

102 Brooks E, c 

103 Bazzel R, c 

105 Johnson Lettie, c 

106 Zachry Mary, r 

107 White J S, ^ 

108 Jones H, c 

Davis intersects. 

113 Pease Patience, c 

114 Wilkins John, c 
117 Cousin V, c 
119 Willis R, c 
122 Stokes E, c 
124 Miller R, r 
127 Bonaparte N, c 

131 Johnson L, c 

132 Finley W R 

134 Turner L. c 

135 Graham R, r 

136 Vacant 

137 Wise L E 
139 Russell Wm, c 
143 Gardner A M, ^ 

145 Lamar Olivia, c 

146 Howard J, c 

147 Harris R, c 

148 Wallace Richard, c 

150 Maddox M, c 

151 Trimble J M, <f 



153 Mell O, c 

155 Keller Mary, c 

157 Martin E, c 

159 Rawson M, c 

161 Carter M, c 

165 New Hope Church 

170 Jackson J, c 

173 Alexander A, c 

175 Johnson C, c 

176 Carter J, c 

182 Lambreth M, ^ 

184 Stamps W, c 

185 Ball A, c 

186 Alexander Wm, c 
188 Wilson A R, c 

191 Jones C, ^ 

192 Jennings E, c 



MARTIN, from Ga R R 
limits, I w of Connally, 

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17 Holland Mollie, c 

17 White Susie, c 
55 Turner Wash, ^r 

Hunter intersects. 
9 Lee Oscar 

10 Dodd J D 

Fair intersects. 

11 Bussey S T 

12 Blasingame W W 
14 Pettie T F 

14 Robinson Texas, c 

15 Garcia J H 

18 Johnson — 

19 Murphy Henry, c 
19 Colton Catherine, c 

Welch G G 

Kershaw Wm 

Buice A 

Wingard D J 

Carter Isaac, c 
27 Macaulay E 

Jonen intersects. 
31 Verstelle H W 
7,^ Johnson Jas W 
35 Cook H F 



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WRITING MAGHINEi Torbeu l^cCan^ess, 

General Agrents Oeorgia and Alabama, 
23 Kimball Bouse, Decatur Ht., Telephone 73. 



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MARTIN— Cont'd. 
35 Odom Daniel A 

47 Dyer R M 

48 Rice J A 

48 Landers W T 

Bean R L 

Bean Robert M 

Fenn T L 

Fenn F C 
60 Moody A W 

Pettus commences. 

Garrison Rev J D 

Wadsworth H B 
Raivson commences. 

George W F 

Grimet Edwin 

Vacant 

73 Young Geo 

74 Clowe Willard H 

Glynn commences. 
79 Scandrick M D, ^ 
83 Lyons Washington, c 
87 Atwater Samuel E 
89 Dillard John 
91 Kellar Robert, c 
99 Ramey J, c 
loi Croft Geo, c 
105 Thomas S, c 
107 Allen Robert, c 

Clarke intersects. 
113 Robinson Geo, c 
115 Strain Jim, c 
121 Russell John H, c 
Solomon ends. 
133 Potts Elvira, c 
148 Mills Solomon, c 
Fulton ends. 

154 Chandler J M 

155 Farrow Fannie, c 
159 King Willis, c 

Summer Hill School 
161 Loflin Doc, c 
163 Rhodes Fannie, c 
167 Cooper Cora, c 

Richardson intersects. 
175 Jones Mary, c 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars tszj 



Hand 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 
and 106 Broad Streets. 



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176 Copeland Geo, c 

178 Doke Molista, c 

179 Dickson William, c 
185 Fields Celia, c 

Richmond intersects. 
Coachman Maria, c 
Orumley intersects. 
53 Dickson Benj, c 
207 McCray Alex, c 
209 Anthony Adolphus, c 
221 Hope W M 
227 Burns Andrew, c 
229 Jordan W J 

Glenn intersects. 
Wade J C 
294 Henderson M, c 
296 Arnold Lillie, c 

Georgia ave intersects. 
299 Cargile Andrew, c 
301 Westmoreland Robert, c 
13 Jones George 
17 Britton F M 
21 Brown John 

Bass intersects. 
304 Lumpkin J R 

338 Jackson Daniel, c 

339 Gowen D W 

340 Harper H, c 

341 Watkins G, c 

Love intersects. 
348 Dawson E ], c 
350 Vacant 
354 Thomas R R, ^ 

Little intersects. 
Cor Anderson T H, ^ 
358 Jones J, c 
360 McWilliams T, c 
364 Ryan T, c 



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|\| ] to Ecclesiastical Architecture in all 
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EISEMAN BROS., 

ONE PRICE 

Clotliiers I Furnishers 

17 and 19 Whitehall street. 

MARTIN— Cont'd. 
366 Smith D, c 

South ave intersects. 

416 Giles Howard, c 

417 Wright Thomas, c 
560 Forrester Charles 

Adolphus Dr. Jos 
DeGroat Walter 
Elliott Emily, c 
Smith Thomas L 
Speer John, ^ 



MARTINS ALLEY, from But- 
ler w to Calhoun, i n of 
Wheat, Ward 6. 



MARTIN'S AVENUE, South 
Atlanta. 



MARY, from Sims e to Form- 
wait, 2 s of Rockwell, South 
Atlanta. 



MASON AND TURNER 
ROAD, from Marietta at 
Means s w beyond limits and 
through Bell wood. Now 
called Bellwood ave. 



MAYS, from 236 Elliott w to 
Haynes, i s of Rock, Wards. 

12 Johnson Ellen, c 

13 Wallace James 
16 Tolerson John 
18 Hicks Susan, c 
20 Wilson Fannie, c 

35 McHenry Henry, c 

36 Dobbins Jake, <: 



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37 Johnson Ben, c 
9 Buchalew C L 
341 Pendleton Henry, c 
Mangavi intersects. 
Brooks Mrs Addie 
Webb D W 
Haynes E V 
Turner C M 

59 Marks John 

60 Hubbard R T 

61 Tillander C G 

62 Brooks M D 

63 Thurman Rev J A 

64 Jett J L 

65 Johnson T H 
69 Harrison W H 
78 Hicks David, c 

86 Vacant 

87 Tuggle L G 

88 Turner Wilson, c 
92 Jorden Mary, c 



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MANTELS, FRONT DOORS. VERANDA and 

ImoERS' Sash, Doors & Blinds 

Office and Factory, Cor. Mitchell and Mangum Sta. [.HARDWARE, QLASS, PUTTY, ETC., ETC. 



MEANS from W & A R R 
near Marietta at old limits 
north 

2 Melson Andrew, t 
6 Jackson Jasper, c 
8 Melson Carrie, c 

10 Jackson John 

11 Commercial Oil Co 
13 Gifford J A 

18 Waters Jane, c 
20 Taylor Miss Lizzie 

Castleton Susan, c 

Chapel Annie, c 

Farmer Wm 

Ponder intersects. 

Georgia Stove and Range 
Co 
20 Mills Henry, c 
23 Hunter Sophronia, c 
25 Bruce Henry, c 
51 Sutton Wm 

Moore Sarah, c 

Standard Oil Co 

Bellwood ave intersects. 






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MEANS— Cont'd. 
Coggin J L 
Aaron Jasper 
Cowen F 
Maudlin N O 
Owen R 
Mathews M E 
Stainback Mrs 
Grogan J S 
Rosser J M 
Benton Mrs I 
Sheats T R 



MECHANIC, from 
R R to Eliott, I s 
nolia, Ward i. 
3 Vacant 

1 1 Wilson B 

12 Battle G W 

14 Hall J A 

15 Harris WW 

19 Fuller W A 

20 Rylee J A 

21 Cooper Mrs L 

24 Gramling M A 

Husley intersects 

25 Moye L G 

27 S inders F 

28 Norris J, c 



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MERRITT'S AVE, from 349 
Peachtree e to Fort, i n of 
Pine, Wards 4 and 6. 
19 Vandyke A H 
15 Clarke W H 

Merritt's ave Meth Ch 
Gourtland intersects. 
21 Jones Dr L H 
23 Cooney R S 

25 Vaughan J W 

26 Weil S 
Eiseman J 

27 Hall Micajah 

28 Adler Morris 

29 Patterson J D 

30 Spence M W 



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Bishop intersects. 

31 Williams Rogers 

32 Wilson R H 

33 Byrd C P 

35 Crusselle W F 

37 Camp D C 

38 Cooledge F J 

39 Hall B M 

40 Cooledge A F 

Calhoun intersects. 

40 Logan J L, Jr 

41 King Porter 

42 Echols Rube, c 

46 Nutting J F 

47 Wynn J O 

48 Starnes H N 

Butler intersects. 

50 Clark J P 

51 Nutting W H 
53 Scott S B 

12 Pollard Harry, c 
21 Watson Susan 



MIDDLE, near McDaniel at 
s w city limits (Pittsburgh). 

MILLEDGE, from Connally e 
to Factory, i n of Glenn, 
Ward 3. 

MILLS, from 359 Marietta e to 
W Peachtree, i n of Alexan- 
der, Wards 5 and 6. 
5 Cheves Mrs M 

7 Hayes S O 

8 Sellars Mrs M 
ID Scott A H 

9 Gray Mrs I 



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Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

MILLS— Cont'd. 

Lnckie intersects. 
Carroll A H 

10 Guthrie W R 

1 1 Adams Mrs M C 

12 Young R F 

14 Hodgson V M 

Venable intersects. 

20 Arnold G W 
22 Vacant 

25 Wallace J W 
27 Mosley R J 

McAfee intersects. 
30 Withers W J 
[2 Wall Charles 

Fairbanks E S 

Shomo A M 

Shields Mrs Fannie 

Sands W G 

38 Boweu A J 

Foivler intersects. 

44 Fraser S M 

45 Reynolds B A 

46 Williams Mrs L 

47 Fraser R A 

48 Douglass R F 

49 Tribble J B 

53 Swanson W W 

53 Williams G O 

Spring intersecti. 

54 Comer R H 

22 Bailey J A 

21 Vacant 

23 Duffy J J 
27 White E 
29 Smith H F 

39 Washington A W 

40 Holmes M, <r 



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41 Valentina Mrs A 
44 Jones Laura, c 
48 Bailey Fannie, c 
65 Cody Sarah, c 

Williams intersects. 
31 Crawford Mrs D 
Scott intersects. 

7 Hall A F 

8 Moreland J T 



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State, at limits. 



Marietta to 



MITCHELL, from Whitehall s e 
to Capitol avenue and n w to 
Walnut at junction Tatnall, i 
s of Hunter, Wards i and 2. 

GOING EAST. 

Tunstall W B, ^ 
Burt S H, c 
Minor Jack, c 
Barwald M & Co 
Sloan D U 

18 Day Edmund, c 

19 Adams Mrs L E 
Allen N S 
Mason & Co 
Atl Suspender Co 
Empire Ptg Co 
Dodson W C 
American Press A«sn 

Pryor intersects. 

36 Williams W, c 

37 Daniel A G 

37 Garrison B D 

38 Williams I, c 

41 Williams T H 

42 Tucker T W 
43-45 Fuller Mrs S E 
51-53 Lewis T S 

Loyd intersects. 
55 Walsh James 

Girls' High School 
64 Tanluson Mrs Mary A 
68 Nolan Mjs M A 

Baker Jas O 
72 Simpson O F 



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MITCHELL— Cont'd. 
73 Bell Mrs M J 

Second Baptist church 
WasJiington intersects. 
State Capitol 
85-119 Now called Capitol 
Square. 

Capitol Place begins. 
Bozeman Mrs E A 
Parsons Mrs M B 

GOING WEST 

I Benjamin & Cronheim 
2-4 Brotherton W H 
6 Vacant 
6^4. Sloan's Sch of Teleg 

8 Bryan J P 

2,y^ Pierce Mrs E 

9 Moore S S 

91^ Harris Celia, c 

10 Hirshberg Paper Co 

11 Gaven J H 

11 Harp Sing 

12 Wolfe H 

12 St James Hotel 

13 Loeb D C 

14 King Stationery Co 
16 Wilkins Samuel 

18 Franklin J H 

*S' Broad ends. 
20-22 Watson James A & Co 

21 Curtis W M 

22 Russell E J, (T 
22|Reed Mrs N 

23 Gloer Bros 

24 Perry A, c 

25 Eubanks I B 

26 Lee L L, c 

27-29 Tidwell & Pope 

30 Davis A L 

31 Trimble O M 

32 Bock L 

31 Henagan W C 
32-34 Seitzinger T F 

33 O'Rear J D & Co 
34v Atkinson E C 
35 Selig S 



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60-62 MAR.IETXA STREET. 

36 George J L 

Forsyth intersects. 
Clarke E Y 
Hudson W C 
Pope D W 
Williams Mrs H R 
Fambro Mrs A A 
Cheek S H 
Caldwell J 

Thompson intersects. 
Treadwell Abbott & Co 
Schmidt Robert 

Railroad interseets. 
C R R Freight Depot 
A & W P Fi eight Depot 
Bridwell Cicero 
Bridwell C 
Brown Fabian 
Bland W E 
Babbitt W F 

126 Davis D, c 

Elliott intersects. 

127 Wolpert Wm 

128 Schikan J J 

129 Truitt & Son 

130 Koch & Stahl 

134 Wolpert Wm 

135 Young J 

137 Vacant 

138 Schikan John J 
139-141 May Geo S & Co 
141 Hathorn N J 
i4i-|Smith G B 

145 Blanchard W H 

146 Hathorn N J 

153 Bentley Mrs L 

154 Haynes Mrs J A 



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MITCHELL— Cont'd. 

Kontz Lena 
162 Vacant 
165 Jones Benjamin F 

Dobbs W E 
169 Reynolds T S 

Mangum intersects. 

Dobbs Lumber Co 
171 Belcher A C 
173 Belcher C H 
175 Flatten J J 
177 Flatten J J 
181 Hilderbrand J 
183 Mims M A 
191 Staffnell H 
193 Burnett D E 
196 Schell J T, c 

198 Lewis Sallie, c 

199 Bohr M W 

200 Goodlett E E, r 
202 Asbury & Strong 

Friendship Bap Ch 
Haynes intersects. 
215 Frice M, c 
217 Dickson A, c 

222 Brightwell B B, <: 

223 Brooks Ellen, c 

224 Bird Harriet 

225 May Anderson, c 

226 Wright J, c 

227 Landrum W H, <: 

228 Huff L, c 

229 Holmes Nick, c 
231 Burson R, c 
234 Smith E M, ^ 
236 Mays W C, (f 

Davis intersects. 
238 Decatur Isaac, c 



242 Caldwell T, c 
245 Barker James 

247 Vacant 

248 West J B, ^ 

249 David E C 

251 Fincher & Fincher 

253 Frazer Scipio, c 

254 Thornton H, c 

256 Murray W, c 

257 Hewitt A, c 

259 Dollar Mrs Anna 

260 Fincher W T 
263 Dozier M, c 
265 Chapman J, c 

267 Mitchell St col sch 
272 Barker James 
274 Moore H, c 
276 White ] M, c 
281 Brown G, c 
283 Moreland H, c 

286 Townsend B H, <r 

287 Vacant 

288 Williams P, c 

294 Holland Wm, c 

295 Hanson A R, <: 

Maple intersects. 

298 Bryce Smith, c 

299 Johnson R, c 

300 Orr Matilda, c 

301 Palmer Dr F B 

304 Cox T E, c 

305 Maddox P, c 

306 Ask R, c 

307 Pitt H, f 

309 Ferrell Charity, c 
313 Spain E, c 
315 Fleming G, c 
317 Dillard A, c 
320 Cox John, c 

55 Harris T, c 

Atlanta University 

58 Tanks James, c 

400 McLendon Mrs M A 

401 Crow E N 

402 Hemig G H 

403 Jones Robert, c 



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MONROE, from Rhodes s to 
Hunter, i w of Central R R, 
Ward I. 
I Trice Exie, c 

ID Jackson Julia, c 

12 Branch W, c 

14 Price Mattie, c 

16 Morris Mary, c 

18 Walk A, c 

22 Bird P, c 

46 Scott Lizzie, c 

50 Mays Charity, c 



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MOORE, from Georgia R R n 
to Pratt at Jenkins and s to 
Fair. 

GOING NORTH. 

10 White R B 

11 Hart Simeon 

12 Johnson T J 

13 Bruce Mrs E A 
16 Plunkett Mrs L 
19 Allen J C 
24 Cochran W B 
29 Dougherty Moses E 

40 Stokes W F 

41 Parker W P 

42 Dunlap W W 

GOING SOUTH. 
13 Scott R, C 
16 Gregory W H 
22 Langston W A 
24 Dodge J B 

27 Vacant 

28 McWaters R S 

29 Peacock J L 

30 Cleaves Mrs M A 

31 Hollingsworth W R 

32 O'Quinn W W 

33 Garrison Mrs I 



MOORE, from State w to 
Millan, 2 n of limits, 



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MORGAN, from Boulevard e to 
Randolph, near north eastern 
limits 



SANl WALKER. 

picture prame Maker, 

AND DKALBR IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayoo Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

2)^ Marietta Street. 

MORRIS, from Boulevard e to 
limits, I n of Adam. 

45 Smith W H 

46 Gordon Geo, c 

47 Kates Newton, c 
51 Young Kate E 

1 Hopkins Allen, c 
Dovers Ella 

2 Mulkey John P 
4 Gillam L M 

8 Shepard F B 



MORRIS, from Hollins e to 
Robbins, i s of Wells, Ward 
2. 



MOSELEY, from Grant e to 
Gullatt, I s of Georgia R R. 
20 McNeice W, ^ 

22 Cone O F, (T 

23 Johnson Elizabeth, c 

26 Hull Wiley, c 
McCants L, <* 

27 Moore Mulvina 

28 Mitchell Carrie 
75 Floyd Carrie 

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beyond limits, i e of Calhoun. 

NEAL, from Chestnut w be- 
yond limits, I s of Kennedy, 
Ward 5, 



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NELSON, from Thompson w to 
Chapel, 3 s of W Mitchell, 
Ward I. 
20 Mitchell W 

Central R R intersects. 
Civrtis Wm 
Doolittte Mrs Mary 
Grubbs A F 

Elliott comviences. 
Chapel intersects. 
45 Collier J 
54 HoUiday J A 
62 Huff J C 
70 Stuchlik J W 
78 Armistead T M 
80 Treadwell F S 

83 Vacant 

84 Cole W C 

85 McRae F W 

90 Camp M P 

91 Beal A C 

Mangum intersects. 

Collier H L 

Reneau O 

Klasset A 
1 01 Sharp Mrs M C 
107 Fish Mrs R 
III Bagby W J 
1 1 5 Crouch J M 
118 Johnson G H 

120 Gammon E M 

121 Crankshaw H 

Haynes intersects. 
Walker St School 
123 Vacant 
125 Humphries N N 
129 McCarley T J 
135 Gardner M M 



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136 Jenkins Charles, c 

140 Gossman Mrs Virginia 

141 Riden C R 

144 McAllister Mrs M J 

145 Turnipseed R W 
148 Filss J 

151 Moncrief D E 

152 Ray F C 

153 Moncrief S P 

154 Carroll J S 

Tutnall commences. 

155 Thompson M 

156 Wynn T J 

157 Cook W F 
160 Lemke C 

163 Beall W W 

164 Buckalew J B 

165 Burnett R C 
170 Gann David 
172 Gann Wm 

NISBIT, from Plum to Luckie, 
I s of North ave, Ward 5 

1 Vacant 

2 Millican C 

3 Byers Mrs Rebecca 

4 Vacant 

NEWMAN ALLEY, from 
Cain s to Ellis, i w of Fort, 
Ward 4 



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to Haynes, i n of Foundry, 
Ward 5. 
I Holcombe J P 

3 Davenport Anna, c 

4 Wiggins Mingo, c 
3^Brogden Mary, c 

5 Bird Carrie, c 

6 Pugh Clara 

7 Brugdon Rutha, c 

8 Boyle J M 

9 McCall J B 
9^Johnson Wm 

io*"Moore J D 

10 Johnson Mrs C A 



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NEWTON— Cont'd. 

11 Cook Lury, c 

12 Harbin W S 

13 Johnson Walter J 

14 McFarland Wm 

16 White Mrs M J 

17 Harris Edward, c 

Mangum intersects. 

30 Vacant 

33-35 Summers Butler, c 

36 Henderson Anna, c 

41 Wilder George, c 

59 Lyles John, c 

59 Austin Kyle, c 

62 Russell Levi, c 

64 Brown Emanuel, c 

66 Reid Alex, c 

69 Seals Lizzie, c 
Manley Robert, c 
Holmes Nesbit, c 



NOLAN, from Blackmon e to 
Boulevard, i n of Rice, 
Ward 4. 



NORTH AVE, from W Peach- 
tree e to limits and w to limits, 
Wards 4, 5 and 6 

GOING EAST. 

Block F E 
Peachtree intersects. 
2 Beck A 
2 Gordon Mrs L M 
Courtland intersects. 
Arnold G W 
25 Freeman Milton, c 
27 Dozier L A 
31 CrusselleTA 
37 Talley V, c 
99 Swift T L 
143 Long Wm, c 
145 Randall Jesse, c 

Calhoun intersects. 
Gardner G C 
Kamper C J 
41 Griffiths Mrs H S 



D. C L-OEO, 

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The Celebratei Pabst Breving Co.'s 

MILWAUKEE BEER. 



11 and 13 Mitchell and 102, t04 
and 106 Broad Streete. 



TEL. 420. 



Fort intersects. 
2 Mitchell Irene, c 
Hunt intersects. 
Black C E 

Jackson intersects^ 
Boulevard intersects. 
Langton John 

GOING WEST. 

Brown H, c 

Williams intersects. 

Orme intersects. 
Lovejoy intersects. 
Ga School of Technology 
Cherry intersects. 
50 Smith H B 
52 Owens J R 

Plum intersects. 
Torbett M B 
Goode Mrs A E 
402 Foster Kate, c 

State intersects. 

NUNNALLY ALLEY, from 
Butler w to Calhoun, i n of 
Harris, Ward 6. 

OCMULGEE, from Whitehall 
s to Glenn, between E T V & 
G and A & W P Railroads. 
Jenkins Brown, c 

150 Jackson Anna 



OGLETHORPE PARK, the 

grounds of the old Exposition 
Mills, ^ mile beyond north- 
western limits. 



HUNNIGUn & BELLINGRATHj 

36 and 38 Peacbtree Street. I 



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Tin Roofers, Steam Fitters and 

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OLD WHEAT, from Bell e to 
Randolph, i n of Wheat, 
Ward 4. 

I Floyd Susan, c 
3 Wofford J W, c 
8 Garrison S, c 
10 Knuckles B, c 
128 Lewis A, c 

Reid Alonzo, c 
12 Smith Collins, c 

Fort intersects. 
24 McWhorter N, c 
28 Rogers Millie, c 
Williams Alonzo, c 

30 Lester Calvin, c 

31 Nesby Lou, c 

32 Horton H, c 

33 Treadwell R, t: 

34 Westly John, c 

232 Williams E, c (opp 33) 

35 Jones Jennie, c 
234 Burk Nathan, c 

36 Goldsmith M, c 
Clemmons Geo, ^ 
Jordan Mandy, c 

Jackson intersects. 

85 Isaac Mary, c 
loi Bagwell J C 
103 Long Vandiver 
122 Ware Thomas, c 

78 Collins Tobe, c 
134 Waddell James, c 
139 Morris C S 
150 Harrison John 
272 Scroggins Mattie, c 

293 Grey Mack, c 

294 Walker C, c 

389 Hardy Reuben C 



400 Stallion Betsey, c 
Sanders Thos 
13 Sanders John 

ORANGE, from Smith n e to 
Windsor, i s of Whitehall, 
Ward 2. 
2 Lewis J N 

Farris W A 

Dawson Ida, c 

Riley Ida 

Stevens D V 

Balch J T 

Leary C, c 

Simmons Susan, c 

Vacant 

Fields Elizabeth, c 

Eaves G W 

Vacant 

Durdin C D 

Vacant 

Kirkman Carrie, c 

Jenkins Louise, c 

29 Perry Horace, c 

30 Glanton Jesse, c 

31 George Israel 
Foote's Factory 



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ave, I w of Williams, Ward 5. 
9 Garner Wm 

10 Lowry J T 

11 Bridgers Mrs J A 
Govan H 
Stokes T H 
Evans E M 
Evans S M 
Wescott T C 
Sentell G W 

W. Harris intersects. 
Wilkinson V A 
30 Easier J 
32 Cole E I 

34 Bruce Mrs S C 

35 Cherry G H 

Ripley intersects. 
37 George James R 



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39 Evans W 
41 Gregory John 

Baker intersects. 
Poivers intersects. 
4 Horton Hattie, c 
4 Bird Cherry, c 

8 Strickler Charity, c 

9 Gardner Leshey, c 
10 Thompson Martha, c 
12 Jones Sallle, c 

no Howard Annie, c 

Alexander intersects. 

Mills intersects. 

Parker intersects. 

Sunnicutt intersects. 

210 Grant M, c 

211 Chastain J, c 

212 Christler Mary, c 

Pine intersects. 
Crumley M 

214 Glover Mary, c 

215 Burley Carrie, c 
2 Randall Louis, c 
4 Smith Hannah, c 

6 Alexander Lucy, c 
8 Hooks Mattie, c 

10 Barrow N, c 

11 Bradshaw H, c 
Bigsby Alex, c 
Thomas L, c 

12 Williams Ella, c 

Dairy intersects. 
Clark J 
Key J L 
North ave intersects. 



ORMOND, from S Pryor to 
Capitol ave, i n of limits, 
Ward 2. 

Ill Spencer M B 

107 Spencer Wm A 



PACKARD, from 
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Raising and Moving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Builrlings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



Tel. 806. 



2134 E. Alabama. 



The Dixie Lum and Mig 
Co 
7 Vacant 
II White Mrs E J 
13 Holbrook Hattie, c 

Collins Edward, c 
17 Wright Fannie, c 



PARK, from E Fair to Grants 
Park, I w of Factory, Ward 3. 



PARK AVE, from Capitol ave 
e to Grants Park, i s of South 



PARK PLACE, on Spring from 
Dairy to North ave. Ward 6. 
I Walker R M 
Baldwin W R 
Vacant 
Covell G F 
McConnell W 
Henderson J T 
Evans W I 
15 Hall Lyman 
17 Lycett W 
19 Harralson P H 
23 Edwards J F 



PARKER, from 276 W Peach- 
tree to Lovejoy, i n of Mills, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
4 Payne J W 

7 Vacant 

8 Johns J N 

Scott intersects. 

9 Shiling H 
II Costan C L 
13 Stout H W 



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MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrougbt Iron Pipe, Fittings and BraM 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

PARKER— Cont'd. 

Spring intersects. 

41 Bibbs Hattie, c 

42 Harris Lou, ^ 

43 Wilson Mike, c 
45 Simon N, c 

Williams intersects. 
60 Williams H, c 
71 Harper Lizzie, c 
77 York I, c 

82 Howard J, c 

83 Nixon Jos, c 

84 Clarke Delia, r 

85 Larkin Susan, c 

86 Garner Henrietta, c 

Orme intersects. 



PARKS, from 141 N Butler e 
to Fort, I n of East Cain, 
Ward 4. 
8 Black Fannie, c 

13 Burke A, c 

14 Davis Lee, c 

15 Burke Wylie, c 

16 Merrett A, c 

26 Parsons H, c 

27 Williamson Alfred, <: 

28 Felton C, c 

29 Jimmerson E, c 

30 Speer F, c 

31 Ferrell Henry, c 

32 Wellon Lucius, c 

33 Gibbs John, c 

34 Johnson H, c 

35 Favors H, c 

36 Armstrong M, c 

37 Harper Anderson 

38 Vacant 



39 Pruden Wm, c 
41 Brown Charles, c 

44 Blalock E, c 

45 Pope Cam, c 

46 U pshaw T, c 

48 Hall Frank, c 

49 Scott R, c 

51 Jackson Ira, c 
Hill A W 

50 Andrews John, c 



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PARSONS, from Walnut w to 
Chestnut, i n of Fair, Ward i. 
I Simmons J M, ^ 
6 Kerr J L C 

12 Evans W E, c 

14 Young Wm, c 

25 Wright R, c 

33 Thomas Zach, c 

34 Williams J, c 
36 Bailey W, c 
39 Schell Robt, c 

41 Clark John, c 

42 Williams M, c 

43 Berry S, c 

44 Lee A, c 

48 Odom C A, f 

Taylor John, c 
58 Gardner Edward, c 

PAVILION, from Grant e to 
Grant's Park, i s of Georgia 
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PEACHTREE, from W & A 
R R opposite Whitehall, n to 
limits. Ward 6. (See also 
West Peachtree.) 

1 Cantrell W E 

2 Russell W A 

3 Jones E S, <: 

4 Fry Abe 

5 Harper T J 
Glazier F H 

6 National Hotel 
McCullough & Jones 
Hall G W 



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7 Swift & Harris 

8 McKerrell A 

9 Hughes & Law 
p^Wilkins Grant 

DeSaussure & Atkinson 
Eichberg D 
Colville Fulton 
King & Anderson 
Peters Land Co 
Brooks C L 
Sou Loan & Bkg Co 
Ferguson E C 

10 Burkert J M 

11 Nash A, c 

12 Soloshin G 

13 Northrop J P 

14 Minor J, c 

15 Vacant 
i5^Finch Wm, c 

16 Emery H F 
Wolf H 

17 Vernoy W A 
Jones Dr L H 
Haygood & Douglas 
Webster W A & Co 
Thomas L W 

19 Lagomarsino John 

Decatur commences. 
Marietta commences. 

25 Elkin Watson Drug Co 
Edgewood ave commences. 

20 Powers Henry R 
Healey T G & Son 
Scott & Liebman 
Pearce J W 
Driscol J L 

20^ Hopkins J L & Son 
22"'Hall M 

Powell G W L 
24 Potts & Potts 
24^ Norman G L 

26 Scales H P Tob Co 
26}4 Gardner Pyne & G 

Morrison Hal 

27 Clarke Thomas M & Co 



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Graining and Oil Colors, 

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28 Carter & Evans 
Pause Schroeter & Co 
Walker S E 

Wolfe A E 

29 Philips & Crew 

30 Barnwell V T 

31 Rose & Co 

31^ Penn Mutual L Ins Co 
Hunter B M 
Wiseberg Morris 

32 Wilson A McD 

33 Moore John M 
Moore & Waldrop 

34 Lowry Hdw Co 
34^ White W Woods 

Northw Mut L Ins Co 

35 McKeldin & Carlton 
36-38 Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
37 Porter Bros 

374 Badger R, c 

Cooper Rufus, <r 
39-41 Dougherty D H & Co 
39^ Lang & Co 

Lynch Miss B E 

Taylor Miss Mollie 

Dorsey WHS 
Walton commences. 
40 Hightower & Hallman 
41^ Ad Electric Club 
43 Jackson G M 
42-44 Miller A J & Sons 
44^ Manning A A 
45"Dobbs Wey & Co 

46 Davis S H 

47 Candler Asa G & Co 

48 Tappan & Co 

49 King Hardware Co 

Wheat commences. 



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PEACHTREE— Cont'd. 
50 Hampton & Co 

Poplar commences. 
52 Wallace P J 
52^\Vellons Jordan 
53>rior G S 
53^CollierJ M 
Grant E L 

54 Smith E E 

55 Miller R L & Co 
55jBiggers & Biggers 

Durham & Durham 
Cook H C & Co 

56 Walker R D, r 
57-59 Kirke T & Co 
58 Gaines M 

Powell F T 
58iHammond J F 
60'^Marsh T E 

Mollis Bros 

Junction Broad. 

61 Hall & Bickerstaff 
6i^Shaver Mrs M 

Jjuckie conunences. 

62 Alexander J F 

63 The Singer Mnfg Co 
65 Vacant 

67 Ives L M 

68^Prov Sav Life Ass Soc 
69 Simmons H 
Fuhrer J 

71 Stewart J M 
7iyanes J W 

^Delbridge G W 
Benton, Parks & Co 
Avary A & J C 
Hoult Mrs N E 

72 Christian Morelein Brew Co 



72^Gate City Guards Armor} 

73 Avary M B & Co 

74 Crescent Steam Landry 
HoUis Bros 

75 Duffy J J 
75|Brockett C T 

Simpson G B 

Paine C M 
77 Holbrook A L & Co 

Spear W J 

Surles F E 
77-2Penamone Mrs M A, c 
78-80 Atl Steam Laundry 
78^Fairbanks F T 

79 Pritchett & Henry 

80 Fairbanks & Benteen 

81 Roberts W J & Son 

83 Stephens G W 

82 Mitchell & Dimmick 

84 Hogan & Co 

85 Keeling W J 

87 Tilton J W 

86 Echols & Richards 

88 Kuhns A F 
Baker J C 

89-91 First ME Ch, South 

Houston commences. 
90-92 Bratton L R 
93 Shannon W T 
9oiScott H F 

95 Moss Mrs Eliza 

96 N Y & Ad Cigar Co 

97 Sutton H T, c 
99 Bailey B C 

Pryor ends. 

Junction of Forsyth. 

Church intersects. 

98 Boyd & Henderson 

100 Robertson E A & Co 

1 01 Symmes J C 

102 Buzbee C ^ 
104 Scott & Seals 

106 Hooks & Stallings. 
108 Mashburn & Son 
no White Sew Mch Co 
113 Banks Henry 



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Lumpkin W W 
Ellis intersects. 
14 Capital City Club 
20 Richards Mrs J A 

24 Leyden House 

25 Maddox R F 

34 Executive Mansion 

35 Emme M 

43 Beckwith Mrs S L 
51 Tripp R P 

Chin intersects. 
42 Foreacre G J ^ 
50 Lavvshe E 
53 Hill W R 

Payne J Carroll 
58 Hammond N J 

62 Inman H T 

63 Alexander J M 
71 Abbott B F 

73 Bullock R B 

Hair is intersects. 

74 Duncan Mrs M E 
77 Bridge J Jr 

82 Fort Ira E 

87 Bleckley L E 

90 Wylie J R 

95 Langston T L 

98 Scott H F 
201 Fowler N R 
205 Blount J T 
211 Dougherty D H 

Baker intersects. 
W Peachtree commences, 
mil 3Ionnment. 
204 Gramling J R 
220 Thompson Edgar 
222 Barker C P N 
227 Taylor W A 

229 Gress G V 

230 Hill B H 

231 Hemphill R A 
233 Gartrell F B 
238 Porter J H 
247 Cook G W D 
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-257 Farlinger A W 




Junction Ivy 


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Meador T D 


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Wolford G S 


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Renfroe J W 




Forest ave commences. 


265 


Kiser M C 


267 


Ridley Dr R B 


268 


Huard Miss C A 


278 


Everett W S 


280 


Winter J L 


281 


Powell Dr F T 


282 


Simmons T J 


285 


Nunnally J H 


288 


Kingsbery C S 




Currier commences. 


289 


Dickey J E 


291 


Drake Mrs A S 


292 


Wilkes S W 


294 


Elfe G C 


296- 


-298 Kamper C J 




Alexander ends. 


300 


Sindall C A 




Tribbe J B 


302 


Hilliard H W 


304 


Haiman Elias 


306 


Cabaniss H H 


307 


Smyth W H 


308 


Black E P 


314 


Stocking Samuel 


319 


Grant Mrs J T 


320 


Grant W D 




Pine intersects. 


322 


Raine J S 


325 


Sprenger J J 


328 


Boylston H 



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33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 
See Pace 58. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

, PEACHTREE— Cont'd. 

333 Scruggs W L 

335 Wylie B F, Jr 
; 336 Snow H Y 
' Howard ends. 

. 338 Inman W P 
I 341 Harris C R 
I 342 Dougherty D O 

344 Dreyfus J 

349 Peel W L 

353 Grady Mrs H W 

3ferritt's ave commences. 

369 Kamper C J 

378 Dixon W M 

381 Alexander J A 

lAnden ave intersects. 

383 McCandless E S 

384 Jones D C 

398 Russell W A 

399 Lowe W B 

400 Hemphill W A 
402 Steele A B 
404 High J M 

411 Goldsmith J H 

413 Anderson J A 

417 DuBose E R 

North ave intersects. 

421 Wilkins Grant 

422 Speer W J 
424 Block F E 

427 Parrott G W 

428 Ragan W E 

429 Traynham W L 

430 Buck A E 

430 Mynatt P L 

431 Smith 

Ponce DeLeon ave begins. 

433 Mims Livingston 



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436 Castleman H 

437 Boyd I S 
463 Clarke R C 

481 Thornton A E 

482 Winship George 

484 Spalding R D 

485 Clarke T M 

486 Speer D N 

487 King A C 

488 Peters Mrs R 
Harwood Mrs 
Reed W M 
McGehee C C 

504 Clarke J S 

505 Beck Albert L 
510 Johnson Harvey 
512 Goode S W 

514 Anderson C L 
520 Culpepper J W 
708 Leonard H C 
715 Douglas R O 
720 Donaldson T J 

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PEARL, from Pine n to limits, 
1 e of Fort, Ward 4. 
ID Dallas P, c 
14 McGahan G 
16 Mewborn T W 

Henderson Lewis, c 



PERDUE ALLEY, from Simp- 
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Ward 5. 



PETERS, from Whitehall s e 
to Fair, and n w to Forsyth, 
thence s w to limits. Wards i 
and 2. 

GOING EAST. 

10 Openheims H 

10 Heidt J W 

11 Glass Mrs L 



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12 Petty E S 

15 Morton A F 

16 Saunders J F 
18 Fromsohn I 

20 Williams Miss A 

Pryor intersects. 

41 McArthur T W 

42 Jeter W L 

43 Kennedy Mrs M E 
45 O'Brien F H 

Loyd intersects. 

55 Winn C S 

56 Lynch Peter 

57 Diehl A L 

66 Wright Miss R 

67 McCarthy Maurice 

68 Boykin Dr S 

69 Baldwin J A 
72 Vacant 

Washington intersects. 
104 Weems Mrs E 
112 Applewhite H T 

Capitol place commences. 
120 King H O 

GOING WEST. 

7 Vacant 

11 Kries Mrs J E 

12 Petty E S 

13 Jones Mrs M F 
15 Keyser R F 

15-17 Delbridge Paper Co 

21 Arnold Wm 
18 Swanson Isaac 

Forsyth intersects. 
32-34 Williams J H 
31-37 Vacant 

38 Ruddell Hiram 
Kimball Chas 

39 Smith Mary, c 

41 Lunger Wm S 
McNeil John F 

42 Sharp W H 

44 Kendrick E L 

48 Maxwell J R 

49 Home Women's C Assn 



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Killian D A 
Maxwell J R 
Killian D A 
Baldwin S M 
Buice Madison 
Mozley H 

63 Raleigh R 

64 Weaver N 

65 Buice M 

66 Vacant 

Thompson intersects. 

67 Wynn Mrs M A 

69 Gammen Mrs M E 

70 Wright J, c 

71 Mangum Carrie, c 
72-76 Booth W K 

73 Hyman Matilda, c 
75 Henderson Esther, c 
88-90 Morris J T 

Garnett commences. 
Ga Pine Lumber Co 
Atl W & Comp Co 
R R intersects. 
E T V & G offices 
McCullough Ewd, c 
Stocks Coal Co 
Mangum commences 
13 Bentley L, c 
99 Gershon Aaron 
loi King J R 

102 -Ryan Mattie, c 

103 Eplan Leon 
105 Vacant 

107 Tiller & Suttles 
109 Robinson J, c 
III Herren & Little 
113 Swift T L 
117 Lent B F 



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PETERS— Cont'd. 
1 19 Conger J T 
121 Latham J M 
123 Black T J 

Peek S W 
127 Gilbert Lizzie, c 
129 Cohen E B 
129 Peacock J L 

Haynes commences. 
133 Wilson J F 
i33^Craig Sallie 
135 Liggons E, c 
137 McDaniel H W 
139 Dawson T K, ^ 
141 Gordon Louis 
143 Bliem & Leyh 
145 Schell J T, ^ 
147 Anderson W W & Son 
149 Curtis B P 
151 Davis R M 

White A, c 
i5i^Wheeler M, c 
153 Seawright J R 
155 BodyG, c 

157 Vacant 

158 Smenner J E 

163 Stewart G B 

164 Johnson Mrs Mary 

165 Gottlieb J 
i65^Ballard Mrs M A 
i67''Stewart G B 

168 Revson F 

170 Johnston Mrs J M 

171 Mason J A 

172 Eureka Cider Co 

173 Wingart A 

174 Holliday G H 

175 White W D 



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Ellison L A 

McDonald S A 

McDonald W D 

Vacant 

Waits A M 

Gossett Mrs M A 

McDonald W D 
183 Snetman J 

Fair intersects. 
181 Central (4th) Bap Church 

185 Lindenberg Wm 

186 Fuller A D 
191 Ranson A B 
193 Weaver R N 
185 Lindenberg W 
201 Jentzen Mrs M A 

203 Jentzen W H 

204 Wesley W F 

205 Harris Fleming 

206 Ragsdale I N 

206 Peek S W 
206-208 McLendon J S 

207 McKenzie J, c 
209 Vacant 

211 Johnson B ¥, c 

212 Stevens J M 

213 Todd A F 

214 Regenstein Gabriel 

215 Vacant 

217 Fulton W H 

218 Yarbrough Mrs Millie 

219 Baugh A J 

221 Bowen Mrs M C 
224 Franklin J A 

226 Fuller J C 

227 Legg J B & Son 

Jeannette commences. 

231 Defoor J A 

232 Eubanks G T 
232^Bexley J L 

233 Eskridge A P 

235 Daniel R G 
235^Gay Wm 

236 Shaw J L 

237 Welch C C 
237^Appling H B 



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239 Alexander C C, <: 

241 Vacant 

243 Johnson Benj, c 

245 Raymond C, c 

247 Smith Geo, c 

249 Richardson Robert, <■ 

251 Nash A h, c 

252 Carmichael R N 

253 Mut Lumber Co 

253 Martin S. c 

254 Garner & Appling 

255 Humphries] 
257 Gantt J A 
259 Spinks E J 

Walker 

261 Ross ] A, c 

262 Thornton V 

263 Moyer I P, ^ 

264 Curtis Dr W M 

Trenholm commences. 

265 Deneen John 

267 McClendon R W 

268 Spain G, c 

269 Sharp Minerva, c 

270 Jones Jack, c 

272 Vacant 

273 Watkins S B, r 

274 Lemon A H 

275 Reynolds Sharper, c 
277 Blake T H, r 

Hills ave commences. 
279 Harrison Martha, c 

281 King Emanuel, c 

282 Grizzard T J 
284 King B F 

286 Hall J W 

287 Watkins W, c 
295 Grizzard T J 
298-300 Johnson F S 

McDaniel intersects. 
3ooiRedding G 

302 Bentley Moses A, c 

303 Khodes J D 

304 Brown S, c 

305 Roberts T G & Co 



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Stamps J R 

306 Ives L C 

307 Todd R P 

309 Stiickland H E 

311 Jones N J, ^ 

312 Bailey L W, c 

313 Taylor H C 
315 Vacant 

317 Beerman H C 
327 Childers J T 

Bt'erman commences. 
339 Riley W C 
341 Huff H T 
341 Miller T H 
343 Abbott H L 
357 King R M, c 

J, Humphries intersects. 
361 Middlebrooks W M 
361^ Reese D A 
365 Dawson A 
365^ Bidgood T W 
""Crabtree W M 

Smallwood T 
Leonard commences. 

Kile W C 

Vacant 

Barge G N, c 
403 Wooten A, c 
403 Turner F G 

Vacant 

Middlebrooks W M 

Bliem H 

Bliem & Leyh 

Howard A 

French Mrs M C 

Abbett H M 
445 Lee Rev J W 
461 Adair G W 



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PETTUS, from Martin e to 
Connally, i s of Jones, Ward 
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tree, and from Peachtree e to 
limits. Wards 4, 5 and 6. 
Plum intersects. 
97 Campbell Z 
91 Hudson t M 
94 Siroth J 
93 Vacant 

Williams S A 
Smith Mrs Nettie 
Bridwell Z 

Luckie intersects. 
100 Davis J R 

Venable intersects. 
McAfee intersects. 
102 Lofton J H 
107 Wilson B T 

Folder intersects. 
109 Wilson W D 
114 Vacant 
116 Jenkins Wm 
118 Jones Willis, c 
120 Blackstock W K 
122 Walton D J 
124 Blackstock J J 
126 Freeland H J 



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Scott Amanda, c 
Swift Berry, c 

Orme intersects. 
Arnold M, c 
Arnold W T 

Will la ))is intersects. 
McWhorter W A 



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53 Vacant 

Spring intersects. 
W. Peachtree intersects. 

GOING EAST. 

15 Alexander J H 

16 Walker Mrs S 
Courtland ave intersects. 

1 7 Gregory D S 

19 Robinson W A 

18 Willis L, c 

20 Foster Mrs K 
Lane Charles 
Adams L D 
Brown G C 
Frazer E H 

25 Cay J E 

26 Gentry W T 

27 Shackelford Mrs E M 
29 Holmes J B 

34 King W C 
66 Richards W A 
68 Dugas Mrs B 

Calhoun intersects. 

71 Bilbro CR 

72 Macy Frank A 
98 Smith Mrs Nettie 

Fort intersects. 

98 O'Neal Hiram, c 
100 Rachael Frank, c 
102 Holliman Thos, c 
104 Waters Rachael, c 
106 Lewis Freeman 
no Vacant 
275 Clarke Joseph A 
Mays Jennie 

46 Hewey Martha, c 



PITMAN'S ALLEY, from 
Hilliard e to Yonge, n of De- 
catur, Ward 4. 
17 Buchanan F M 

19 Mosley S J 

20 Whadey J W 

21 Jarratt J A 

22 Jordan J A 







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24 Stanford B J 

25 Stapp John 

26 Delay R J 



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limits, I e of Marietta, Wards. 
3 Dennis M G 

Taldon T C 

Wallace I M 

Puckett S D 

Chambers J P 
13 Stamps C I 
26 Hafer W H 

Rudedge J S 

Pine intersects. 

Eidson G G 

Ray J A 

Thomas J C 

O'Conner Mrs Sarah 

Jenkins R H 
34 Bonnet J W 
7,6 Rauschenberg A 
37 McNeely R O 

39 Reed Mrs Nancy 

40 Ivy T W 

42 Peacock J W 
45 Hudson J L 
47 Weil B J 

52 Snee J J 

53 Vacant 

Dairy begins. 
56 Mitchell C B 
58 Rice J T 
60 Harbuck W A 

Vacant 

Sexton J W 

Barrett V M 

Edwards G M 

Reed W P 

Winters S W 

Young F M 

Dickerson T E 
Corput begins. 

Truitt S M 



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83 Bedford W 

84 Dean Mrs M 

85 Mayes E F 

86 Dean C N 

87 Vacant 

88 Guthrie W R 

89 Roper W H 

Nesbit commences. 
93 Quarles Mrs Lulu 
103 Ivy E H 
105 Eaton W G 

Parks E L 
107 Eubanks T F 

North ave intersects. 
Sims P D 
McMillan J D 



PONCE DeLEON AVE, from 
Peachtree opp Kimball e to 
limits, I n of North ave, 
Wards 4 and 6. 
3 Patterson C L 
5 Couper J M 
Hobbs A G 
Atkinson H M 
Knowles Clarence 

Calhoun intersects. 
Peters E C 

Fort intersects. 
Hopkins Dr I S 
O'Keefe L E 
Morrison Rev H C 
Jackson intersects. 
64 Roberts J B 
68 Mitchell H C 
Hartman Julius 
Ponce DeLeon Springs 
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CUOTHlflG, 

37 'Wliiteliall Street. 

PONDERS ALLEY, from Cur- 
rier s to Forrest ave, near 
Calhoun. 



PONDER AVE, from W & A 
R R, beyond limits n to 
Emmett 

Standard Oil Co 

Means intersects. 
Turner Lidie, c 
Toggle P L 
Keenan Isaac, c 
Marietta intersects. 



POPLAR, from Peachtree n w 
to Spring, i s of Luckie, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
29 Flowers J W 
31 Whitsett Mrs M E 
33 Bohnfield C 

Fairlie intersects. 
35 Williams W L 
37 Foster Miss Anna 
42 Jines Henry, r 

Cone intersects. 



POPE, at south end of Capitol 
ave east to Washington (south 
Atlanta). 

Cash Gus 

Mann Thomas 

Adams Charles 

Brodbrick W S 



PORTER, from junction of 
Chapel and Nelson n \v to 
High, r s of Tatnall, Ward i 
I Dupree Mattie, c 



12 Small Fannie, c 

13 Emmerson T, c 
17 Stanford G, c 
20 Barnett G, c 

22 Hardeman M, c 
24 White Addie, c 
35 Houston M, c 
80 Reese J, c 
82 Dallas B, c 
84 Thompson H, c 
86 James M, c 



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Wheat to E^dgewood ave, 
Ward 6. 



POWDEE SPRINGS ROAD, 
n of city from Marietta w. 

POWERS, from 236 W Peach- 
tree w to McAfee, n of Simp- 
son, Wards 5 and 6. 
9 Holleman J 
II Knott Dr J J 

13 Rice F P 

Scott commences. 

14 McDonald Mrs L 

15 Morrill Mrs C 

16 Kennedy T H 
20 Baker Dr A 
22 Woodside J J 

Spring intersects. 
24 Pattillo H A 
35 Roberts E M 
26 Lyons Hyman 

28 White L C 

29 Corput M 

30 Johnson Floyd 

32 Hutchins E E 

33 Hogan J L 

34 Moore J L 

37 Huddle.ston W C 
39 Atwood Mrs A 
43 Osborn J B 

45 Wellborn A R 

46 Culpepper A H 
49 Learmont John 



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POWERS— Cont'd. 
50 Stewart J M 

Williams intersects. 
Or me intersects. 

193 Anderson F P 

194 Baird J M 

195 Fischer C S 

196 Robertson Thomas 

197 Smith A H 

198 James Mrs Mattie 
200 Smith Mrs R 

202 Latimer G, c 

203 Grubbs A J 

204 Vacant 

205 Payne R T 

Lovejoy intersects. 
173 Smith Lee, c 
175 Murphy Farris, c 
Fowler intersects. 



PRATT, from Decatur n e to 
Bell, I n e of Butler, Ward 4. 
10 Harville Mrs L R 

13 Lampkins A, c 

14 Wellborn Mrs E A 
20 Davison R L 

Courtney Mrs L 
26 Bryce Mrs N A 
30 Thompson Mrs L 
34 Vining David M 

Gilmer intersects. 
40 Delaney T N 
42 Heflin Wyly J 
75 Mentor MoUie, c 
84 Baldwin John, c 
86 Peacock Celia, c 
88 Hector W, c 



PRYOR, from Decatur n to 
junction Peachtree and s w to 
Fair, thence s to limits. 

GOING NORTH. 

5-7-9 Haltiwanger-Taylor Co 
9-13 Beck & Gregg Hdw Co 

Willcox C H 

Edgewood ave intersects. 



SANI WALKER, 

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AND DEALER IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Craj-on Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

^Vi Marietta Street. 

15 Vacant 

17 Vacant 

31 Rantan J D 

33 Jones V C 

35 Bevan Mrs S M 

37 Dellingham & Jackson 

39 Shaddox Mrs A 

41 Y M C A 

43-45 Scribners Chas Sons 

47 Heery D T 

Wheat intersects. 
54 Vacant 

57 Engine House No 4 

58 Willis J W 

59-63 Weitzell & Fitzgibbon 

62 Reynolds J C 

64 Smith E E 

66 Larsson Mrs M 

67 Bell Mrs Emma 

68 Purdie G W 
70 Redd J F 

Hicks Mrs S M 

74 Smith Mrs Mary T 

75 Avery S F 
77 Smith A C 

Avary Dr J C 
ist M E Church 
St Luke's Cathedral 
89 OrmeJ F 

GOING SOUTH. 

Kimball House 

1 Crenshaw W T 

2 Mueller Louis A 

3 Rice F P 
Wilson H L 

4 Harralson Bros &. Co 

5 Atl Real Estate Exchange 
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UAKUFACTtrSEB OF BOUZ-IUCE 

SADDLES AHD HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEOReiA. 

PRYOR— Cont'd. 

7 Wilkes S W 
West A J & Co 

8 Hirsch M & J 

9 Scott W M & Co 

10 Bain & Kirkpatrick 

11 Central R R of Ga 
A & W P R R 

W of Ala R R 

12 Frank Harry 
Osborn & Co 

Atl Jewely and Novelty Co 

13 R & D R R 
G P R R 

14-16 Riser M C & J F & Co 
15 Q and C Route 
4 Mann R D & Co 

ET V& G R R 
Wall intersects." 

Union Depot 
Railroads intersect. 

L& N R R 

N C & St L R R 

Metropolitan Hotel 

Jackson bldg 
22 Miller F W& Co 

State Sav Assn 

Lucas W H & Co 
28 Fulton Bag and Cot Mills 

Winn & Spencer 
30 Youngblood & Haas 
Alabama intersects. 

Gate City Bank bldg 
34 Block F E 

Maxwell B W, c 

Markens G W 
44^ Martin D N 

Gay W W 



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Shackelford's Detec Agency 
Anderson W T & Co 

45 Smith W, c 

46 O'Conner Ellis & Co 
46^ Cox John W 

Moyers W T 
Winn C S 

47 Police Headquarters 

48 Slatter & Conner 

49 Windsor Hotel 
49^ Vacant 

50 McFadden 

51 Campbell James 
53 Brown Bros & Co 
53^ Vacant 

55 Johnson Mark W Seed Co 

56 Herrens Hack Line 
Close C & Co 
Scott L 

Jones W E 
58-62 Waldron R D 
62 Sansoni B 
62 Bliley F X 
62|Hall W H 
68-78 Chamber of Commerce 

Saunders H G 

Polk R L & Co 

City Hall and offices 

Sou Pass Assn 

Sou Ry & S S Assn 

69-71 Kiser Law Bldg 

Hunter intersects. 

Court House 
79 Chastain Mrs G V 

85 Wootten Mrs L 

86 Watson J S 

89 Powell T S 

90 Yckel H 

92 Leverett John, c 
Holmes S B 

93 Howard D T, ^ 

94 Atl Perfumery Co 

95 Cary Wilson, c 

96-100 Nat Surgical Institute 
97 Hap Kee 



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PRYOR— Cont'd. 

Gholstin, Haas & G 
99-103 Atlanta Paper Co 
105 Am Press Assn 

Mitchell intersects. 

08 Vacant 

09 Pittman Mrs Louisa J 
12 Hitchins Mrs F C 

14 Bergstrom A M 
17 Romare Paul 
20 Bowie J A 
24 Crawford Mrs L A 

Mills E H 

Muse C C 

Morse L D 

Davis B C 

Boles C S 

Hall Miss Emma 

Hardin M A 

40 Craig James 

41 Stockdell H C 

Peters intersects. 
43 Abbott L L 
44-146 Duncan R L 

50 Ogletree G T 

51 Whitner J C 

52 Brazelton Mrs V L 

53 Whitner J A 

55 Renouff J T 

56 Chapman W W 

59 Keely Mrs Ella 

60 Beckwith Rev J W 
65 Powell Mrs H M 

67 Howard W 

68 Chisolm Mrs W E 



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Garnett intersects. 
Higby Mrs S L 
McQuaid Mrs A 
King's Daughters Hospital 
Groves J H 
Whitlock M T 
Baugh S L 
Doane J A 
Bell P H 
Kreis M 
Hayden Mrs A J 



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WHISKIES, WINES AND 
BRANDIES, 

ID. or£oEB, 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 102. 104 and 
106 Broad Streets. Tel. 420. 



194 Parsons E 

196 Talley A S 

199 Coursen Mrs V C 
Brotherton ends 
Fair intersects. 

201 Weiner Mrs A S 

205 Gaston J McF 

206 Noble G H 

210 Meador J J 

2 1 1 Perryman F 
214 Vacant 

217 King J G 

218 Eley Mrs E 

219 Tilley R J 

221 DeSaussure M R 

222 Lovette John 

226 Vacant 

227 Parker J R 

228 Hoyle W E 

229 Christian J E 

230 McGuire Mrs M C 

Jones intersects. 

237 Bates L T 

238 White J J 

239 Lenea P C 
241 Lyman Mrs M 
251 Vacant 

Mawson intersects. 
Eugenia ends. 
Andrews Ezra 
Eraser C M 

316 Jenkins L, c 

317 Burks R L 

Alice commences. 

318 Skinner J M 
350 Rich E 

360 Rich D 



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ONE PRICE 

Clothiers and Hatters, 

17 and 19 Whitehall street. 

PRYOR— Cont'd. 

367 Eddleman Mrs E 

370 Rich M 

373 Brown C I 

375 Brown C M 

377 Han sell W A 

378 Randall R H 

380 Lowe S E 

381 Smillie R T 
Cor Corrigan M 

Richardson intersects. 
411 Newelt Samuel 
413 Schwab Otto 
415 Liebman Morris 
417 Mitchell W A 

419 Biesenthall I C 

Crumley intersects. 

420 Shulhafer A 

422 Markens G W 

423 Swift C H 

Ghnn intersects. 

425 Holliday Mrs M A 

426 Mahoney M 

427 Moran P J 

429 McDonald H A 

430 Williamson W D 

430 Jones C D 

431 Haverty J J 

432 Myers F M 

433 Rogers J C 

434 Ford Mrs S E 

435 Parker M A 
437 Coleman F B 
439 Johnson B F 

Georgia ave intersects. 

444 Sutton S L 

445 Stephens T R 
449 Arnold L J 



Love intersects. 



454 Luther D E 



451 
498 

499 

500 

501 

502 

504 
507 
508 

509 
510 
511 

513 
514 
516 
518 

519 

520 

521 
523 
550 
552 
554 
556 
585 



Ormond intersects. 
Ormond J E 
Wilson T G 
Hart E S 
Green J W 
Arnold G 
Valentine G 
Finkell A E 
Harrison A 
Johnson W M 
Wilson I W 
Johnson W M 
Bosson Fred 
Bennett Chas 
Butler Mrs I H 
Lovelace J W 
Field T S 
Hill Samuel 
Schumann Mrs M 
Kadel R 
Speaker G H 
Long G A 
Garvin Mrs M C 
Mitchell W D 
Humphries D 
Stratton W D 
Vacant 

Henderson T J 
Mann M A 
Jackson J E 
Stewart A V 
Yancy S P 
Robinson J A 
Threlkeld W E 
Summers J D 
Atl Excelsior Co 
Barry J W 
Johnson A J 
Jones James 
McKergan Benjamin 



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Ward 6. 



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PRYSTOCK ALLEY, from S 
Boulevard to Savannah south 
of Fulton Cotton Spinning 
Co. 



PULLIAM, from 108 E Fair to 
limits, I w of Washington, 
Ward 2 

1 Williams W A 

2 Murphy M K 

4 Harris & Wheeler 

6 Vacant 

7 Kennedy Simon 

8 Kearney Margaret 

9 Karlsruher G 

12 Fitzgibbon R J 

13 Palmer Mrs C C 

14 Richards R H, jr 

15 Rogers Mrs H 

18 Jones Mrs O H 

19 Eckford Mrs B G 
21 Fisher W E 

23 Stillman Mrs M E 

24 Murphy E G 

Jones intersects. 
29 Wallace Mrs Ellen 
35 Mann R J 
37 O'Ryan T 
41 Morris J 
43 Ryan Cornelius 
45 Haynes D J 
49 Freeman S B 

Shallvvig Bruno 

Washburne M, c 
Rawson intersects. 
57 Carpenter L D 
64 Mauck M M 

66 Seymour J C 

67 Bell P A 

69 Werber Carl 

70 King's J 

72 Strickland Rev W H 

74 Sparks W C 

75 Steinhauer J F 

79 Dittler A 

80 Wiseberg Morris 



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Raising and Moving Bnildlngs, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



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81 Whilden i^ T 

Clarke begins. 

82 Kenney P J 

84 Jacobs J 

85 Gregg W A 

86 Pope R C 

87 Moore C F 

Alice begins. 

88 Jenkins J C 

89 Wasser A 

90 Dann Mrs E 

91 Parker R E 

92 Haas I H 

93 Auerbach J 

94 Guthman L L 

95 Sanders Mrs C 

Fulton intersects. 

96 Bak H 

97 Hobby J J 
100 Hardin F M 
loi Jacobs Gabriel 

Milner W J 

102 Scott W B 

103 Ellis Mrs H 

104 Dennis J L 
112 Gilbert J H 

105 Berbusse Charles 
107 Arnold Charles 
109 Vacant 

III Langley J B 

Richardson intersects. 
115 Fluker J M 
139 Vacant 

Crumley intersects. 
cor Burkert J M 
160 Lord Mrs S C 
164 Brady M 



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MILL SUPPLIES, 

MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Fittings and Brmw 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

PULLIAM— Cont'd. 

200 Richardson E, c 

201 Robinson H, c 



RAND'S ALLEY, 
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RANDOLPH, from Edgewood 
ave n to limits, i w of R & D 
R R, Ward 4. 
12 Crowder James, c 
4 Merritt J B 
7 Willoughby Mrs M B 
9 Willar Mrs M 

1 1 Rooks J P 

12 Jones W L 

13 Cunningham Emma, c 

14 Duke Robert, c 
16 Cook Tanza, c 

18 Terrell Howard, c 

24 Hill Mary 

25 Franklin Thos, c 
28 Cook Susie, c 

Wheat intersects. 
69 Brown Thomas, c 
44 Perkins John 
46 Meyer Henry 

48 Weimer Julius C 

49 Butler Richard, c 

50 Andrew J W 

71 Mabry MoUie, c 

72 Baker J, c 

73 Wright Berry, c 
173 Grey Peter, c 

74 Perry R, c 
175 Beard Geo, c 

76 White Wm, c 

Inoin intersects. 



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155 
157 
159 

161 



84 Martin A C 

86 Wright Albert, c 

88 Parks Edward, c 

Miller B, c 

Davis John, c 

Mewborn W M 

McNair Simeon, c 

Scott S A 

Plummer Wm 

Williams Thomas E 
Houston intersects. 

Barber H T 

Elder W R 
163 Corley J H 
165 White E A 

Davis Early, c 

167 Unfinished 

168 Hu8s Jennie 

169 Unfinished 

170 White John W 
178 McEwen Wm 
182 Wyley G A 

Franklin James 

Gobay Annie 

Lanier L B 
184 Alexander Junius, c 
203 Upchurch T B 

Highland ave intersects. 
202 Bradbury W B 
274 Maddox J A 

22 Croft Wm, c 

23 Richardson Warren, c 
223 Nichols Mat, c 

225 Upchurch C 
228 Evans Sarah 



RANKIN, from Boulevard e to 
Randolph, i n of Angier ave. 

RASBERRY ALLEY, from 
Bell e to Fort, 2 n of Foster, 
Ward 4. 



RAWSON, from Martin w to 
Windsor, thence s e to Mc- 
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5 Whitner Bolus, c 

6 Reeves Henry, c 

7 Walker Willie, c 
9 Thomas Mary, c 

Terry commences. 
10 Murray Benjamin, c 
21 Moore Samuel, c 
12 Matthews Joshua, c 
15 Dyer Wm 
15 Stone Sallie 
18 Reese Humphrey 

Jennings al ends. 
26 Wilson Emanuel, c 
32 Head Ambrose, c 

35 Baker James, c 

36 Welch Roberts, c 

37 Branch Lizzie, c 

38 Wade Samuel, c 
40 Dillard Emanuel, c 

72 Atkinson Rosa, c 

73 Hall Frank, c 

Eraser intersects. 

45 Watts S, c 

46 A damson T C 
49 Watts J W, c 

53 Thurman A, c 

54 Mason Rev M C B 

57 Williams Mollie, c 

58 Ivey J W 

60 Bell Mrs A 

61 Garrett A, c 

62 Ford Viney, c 

63 Kindall E, c 

Capitol ave intersects. 
83 Smith W P 
87 Dunning V 

89 Payne R S 

90 Curran J M 

91 Gibbs W W 

92 Hurtel G N 

Crew intersects. 
108 Vacant 

111 Cleveland Mrs Annie 

112 Weaver T H 

113 Vacant 



MANOFACUDRER OF 

Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining ?. nd Oil Colors, 

White lead, 1-Coat Cirriap Pii&ts.&G 

Factory, 331 Decatur Street.- 



-Office, 60 6-2 Marietta Street. 



115 


Allen J B 




Washington intersects 


140 


Prim I J 


144 


Harrison W H 


148 Camp T 




Pulliam intersects. 


158 Carpenter L D 


162 


Harrison R B 


165 


Price 


167 


Vacant 


169 Hirshberg Jacob 


171 


Griffin J J 


174 


Hightower J B 


175 


Davis J, c 




Pryor intersects. 


201 


Hook J S 


203 


Laird Wm 


205 


Selig J 


207 


Liebman L 




Formwalt intersects. 


215 


Boynton G H 


216 


Boynton C E 


218 


Mecaslin J H 


225 


Rawson W C 


227 


Winslow T N 


239 


Franklin Herman 




Cooper intersects. 


240 


Collier C A 




Connor R H 


241 


Beck A L 


245 


Bradfield S D 


250 


Erskine John 


254 


Houchin J R 




Windsor intersects. 


271 


Sars Charles 


275 


Carter H, c 


275 


Stevens J, c 


276 


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RAWSON— Cont'd. 

277 Carter H, c 

278 Bradford Mrs S A 

279 Thomas J, c 
281 Burkes Jack, c 
287 Ankrum T, c 
290 Butler Wm, c 

293 Burkes Jeff, c 

294 C 00k Clara, r 

Hood intersects. 

295 Harkins Alex, <: 
306 Carlisle J C 
308 Brooks A A 

310 Tiller J A 

311 Strickland C C 

312 Morgan Mrs W H 

313 McMahon J J 

314 Raysor J M 

315 Hall Mrs E A 
Rhodes Rev T N 
Whittle L C 
Gregg R C 
Whidby C A 

326 Martin Mollie, c 



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Fair s to Jones, i w of Pul- 
liam, '^Vard 2. 
8 McLain T, c 
10 O'Neill Willis, c 

REED, from Crumley s to lim- 
its, I e of Eraser, Ward 3. 

14 Voight Henry C D 

15 Jones Willis, c 

16 McNair Felix, c 

17 Russell Frank, c 

18 Smith John 



22 Houston Rufus, c 
27 Moore Jerry, c 
25 Germany King, c 

30 Smith Henry, c 

31 Turner Lobe, c 

Reed St Baptist Church 

33 Norwood Owen, c 

34 Bearden Morris 

35 Brooks J H 

Glenn intersects. 

36 Rogers Thos, c 

37 Sutton Henry, c 
39 Render Daniel, c 
44 Harden Robt, d" 
46 Hall W A, c 

82 Jf^hnson Samuel, c 
93 Alexander David, c 



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RHODES, from Central R R 
w to Vine, i s of Magnolia, 
Ward I. 

I Plunkett Harvey 
Andrews Mrs M 
Williams Jane 
Hirstal C A 
King J 

Huhexj intersects. 
Millican L A 
28 Farley Philip 
32 Maring C S 
128 Jackson Mrs L 
130 Albright B, c 

Elliott intersects. 

52 Vacant 

53 Reed Lillie 
57 Jordan A A 

60 Brannan Elvira, c 

61 Bone Mrs J C 
Harris W H, ^ 
Green F, c 
Gates M, c 
Davis Jane, c 



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71 Heard Nellie, c 

72 Pullins Ella, c 

73 Gates M, c 

74 Lee Milo, c 

75 Floyd L, r_ 

Jones al intersects. 
79 Rivers J, c 
84 Small Annie, c 

Mangum intersects. 
06 Jones Palmetto, c 

09 Ballard W C 

10 Beasley T, c 
15 Anderson A J 

Ramsey J, c 

Sullivan R, c 
" Haynes intersects. 

Vacant 
39 Rauschenberg A 
43 Hammett W A 

Lester T H 

Rice Wni L 

Davis intersects. 

Barrer W L 

74 Morley S C 

75 Hodo J W 

76 Sullivan S VV 
81 Smith P H 

Loive intersects 
Alexander S M, <* 
Holland F, c 
Callaway S C, ^ 
Hooks H, c 
Battle C, c 
Reese Wm, c 

Maple intersects. 
Walnut intersects. 
215 Reid J, c 
217 Grissom E, c 
219 Vacant 

Vine intersects. 



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72 



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90 
92 



RICE, from Jackson e to Ran- 
dolph, I n of Chestnut ave. 
Ward 4. 
I White Ransom, c 



SANI WALKER, 

picture prame Maker, 

AND DEAI-KK IN 

Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

2>^ Marietta Street. 

2 Ellington N A 

RICHARDSON, from McDan- 
iel e to Connally, i n of Crum- 
ley, Wards 2 and 3. 
Smith intersects. 
•15 Smith FC 
17 Oxley R P 

Beard intersects. 
19 Ransom Mrs S J 

23 Clarke Mrs A S 

24 Hynds G H 

25 Bogman G W 

Ira intersects. 

26 Nunnally Mrs E E 

27 Billings J S 

29 Clarke R M 

30 Henry J W 

33 Baber A J 

34 Rogers L L 
36 McLeod J A 
38 Smith F P 

Windsor i ntersects. 
Coe Bramlett Mrs Margaret 
44 Joiner John C, c 
46 Barr H C 

Cooper intersects. 
Lutterloh E J 
Cone W B 
Lewis Ulysses 
Vacant 

58 Rafferty L J 

59 Saw tell I Y 

60 Garvin Wm 

61 Cronheim H 

63 Goodwin J B 

64 Hudgins H C 

Forviwalt intersects. 





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W. JE. Hanye, Manager, ensranteea all Work to Wive Satlsfactlop. 



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— 45 E. HUMTER STREET. — I 



Is Selliaflr Vacant and Improved 
Property in West Bnd, which is the 
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■" "■ MANUFAOTUBBB OF EOME-MADI 

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»^ ^ 33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

8eePa««68 ATLANTA, GEORU/L 



RICHARDSON— Cont'd. 

67 McBride A J 

68 Parkhurst W F 

69 Compton Mrs M S 

Pryor interseets. 
Rainey T A 
90 Root Horace 

Pulliavi intersects. 
1 01 Deas H B 

103 Reed Milton 

104 Branan J C A 

105 Simon C H 
109 Bailey C E 

Wash i) igton intersects . 
Crew intersects. 

157 Latham E B 

158 Benedict J J 

Capitol ave intersects, 
150 Keeling N 

Fraser intersects. 
191 Dobbs Aaron, c 

198 Mapp Duncan, c 
194 Davis D D, ^ 

Demerest Lewis, c 
196 Fleming James R 

199 Hudson Wm, c 
214 Bell Polly, c 
218 Hillman O, c 

19 Reed Epsey, c 
223 Turner Ophelia, c 
Martin intersects. 

232 Palmer E P, r 

233 Robinson Henry, c 

234 Chivers R C, r 
238 Hardaway Wm, c 
244 Willis J H, c 

247 Grant Jacob, c 

250 Montgomery Rice, c 



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252 Covington John, c 

253 Baxter Sallie, c 

254 Washington Nettie, c 

256 Stephen Alexander, r 

257 Ansley Jack, c 

275 Young Columbus, c 

276 Hunter John 



RICHMOND, from Fraser e to 
Connally, i n of Crumley, 
Ward 3. 

Allen Wyatt, c 

10 Lamar W, c 

11 Scott Geo, c 

12 Roberts Eliza, c 

13 Hester Jane, r 

15 Burt Huston, r • 

17 Wadley Harriet, c 

16 Young Gabriel, c 

18 Jackson Robert B, c 

20 Levett R, r 

21 Graham Rev Richard, c 

22 Mozley Joseph, c 

23 Lemon A, ^ 
White Miner, c 

25 Wright Andrew, c 
31 Holmes Eliza, c 

35 Lamar Cato, r 
34 Reed Andrew, c 

36 Maddox Mariah, c 

37 Hardwick Logan, c 
37^Wooden Emma, c 

38 Thomas Lizzie, c 

39 Shields J, c 

40 Whitman Rev Lem, c 
Thomas Joe, c 

Martin intersects. 

43 Grant Rev Robt, ^ 

44 Vacant 

47 Scott Sarah, c 
51 Smith Gus, c 
54 Epps Jacob, c 
, 56 Banks Patrick, c 
57 Itson Edward, c 
60 McGhee Rev Daniel J, c 
62 Ejbps Robert, c 






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WnlllllU mAUnmLi TorbeM A 9Ic€andless. 

Oeneral Agent^s Oeorg:ia and Alabama. 
22 Kimball House, Decatnr St., Telephone 72. 



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RICHMOND— Cont'd. 

63 Taulbert Paul, c 

64 Hart Rebecca, c 

66 Blake Joseph, c 

67 Latimer Nelson, c 

68 Maddox Frank, c 

72 Tinsley Carrie, r 

73 Arnold George, c 

74 Bullock G S 

77 Roberson Samuel, 

78 Day Wm E, c 
80 Fernando M C 
82 Burks J W, ^ 

85 Robison Clara, c 



RIGLAND, from Maple e to 
Lowe near Magnolia. 

EILEY, from Mason and Tur- 
ner Ferry Road n to Exposi- 
tion Mills, Bellwood, beyond 
limits. 



RIPLEY, from Spring w to 
Hayden, i n of Harris, Wards 

5 and 6 

ROACH, from W Fair s to 
Green's Ferry ave, Ward i. 

1 Hanchett M, c 

2 Winkler Mrs Sophia 

6 Liddon W 

10 Strickland P, c 

15 Bridges S, c 

16 Head M A, r 

19 Carruthers Lizzie, c 
95 McCullough Edward, c 

ROBBINS, from Whitehall s to 
Crumley, i e of Humphries, 
Ward 2. 

9 Williams Aggie, c 
10 Eubanks M D 
13 Oliver Mollie, c 
15 King Jerry, c _ 
25 Hammond Elizabeth, c 
Nichols Sarah, c 



D, C. L-OEB, 

WHOLESALE 

Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 102, 104 
and 106 Broad Streets. 



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201 Beckham W, c 
206 Justin W T 

Robbins Mrs M A 
177 Allen Jess, c 
181 Johnson Mary, c 
199 Scott Anna, c 

45 Hill George 

47 King D, c 

47 Hill P H, c 
.49 Crockett Lucy, c 

50 Harris Geo, c 

60 Thrasher Young, c 

61 Davis Susie, c 



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ROCK, from W & A R R w to 
Davis, 2 s of Simpson, Ward 5. 

Elliott intersects. 

7 Medlin P M T i-s 

Allen A G p^ 

10 Morrison J C pIS} * 

13 Banks J W qq^^ 

20 Landers J C , — ^— ^ 

22 Lyman J A ^ 

22 Brooks Carrie gi 

25 Hurse Samuel -^ s 
25^Butler Ben, c ^ O 

26 Lee Rev A F ^ ^ 

27 Arrowood S W • oo 

29 Jackson Stonewall, c ** oa 

30 Bell T D = « 

35 Milton Mrs Annie r ^E 

36 Harkins John ^ rn 

37 Konkle T G o ^ 

38 Walker J W "^ ^^ 
40 Klasset A, Jr c ^ 

42 Wallace W C S f— 

43 Smith F M 5 S 
47 Merritt W I" 



Karbleixed Iron, Slate and Hard- 
wood Mantels, Orates, Cookingr 
, and Heatin^n A Kll^ P Q 
36 and 38 Peachtree Street. I. Stoves a n d HL #% ■ « V« Ki «i9 



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its details. 44 Gould Building. 



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Clothiers i Furnishers 





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ROCK— Cont'd. 




Mangiim intersects. 


50 


Harper J T 


S2 


Nash Mrs G 


56 


Brown Rev Cyrus, c 


S8 


Vacant 


61 


Bailey Jerry, c 


61 


Petite John, c 


62 


Dickerson Mrs C 


64 


Drake Mrs N S 


6S 


Holland Frank, c 


68 


Laniere L 


69 


Kogan M 


72 


Mullen T B 


75 


Lee J W 


76 


Burnett Nancy M A 


77 


Vacant 


81 


Chambers J W 


82 


Miller Wm M 




Haynes intersect. 


91 


Vacant 


93 


Grant Patsy, c 


243 


Knowles Hattie, c 



ROCKWELL, from Windsor 
at city limits west 

1 Head H R 

2 Bevil J T 
Drake S W 
Rhonemus Elwood 
Horn Fred 
Ewing J U 
Bridges S M 
Goosby Wright 
Philips R A 

23 McNew T J 
26 Crowley H C 
30 Beadles Rev D J 



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32 Boswell G L 

34 Jones J J 

35 Terrell Robert, c 
37 Coplen Warren, c 
60 Henry Jacob, c 
62 Williams Hattie, c 
6t^ Jackson Wm, c 
75 Backus Mrs E 



ROY, from Humphries e, 6 s of 
Rockwell. 



RUCKER, from Rockwell s, i 
e of Humphries. 

7 Jones John, c 

5 Read Joseph, c 

6 Presnell Mrs E M 

8 McMillan D M 
13 Lowe C H, (T 



RUCKER'S ALLEY, from 55 
W Hunter to rear of Maddox, 
Rucker & Co 



SAMPSON, from 

limits, I w of 

Ward 4. 

2 Clifton Susan 

6 Chosewood James P 
Rogers James, c 

8 Johnson W, c 
no Tolbert Nelson, c 
112 Daniel Andrew, c 



Irwin n to 
city limits, 



SAVANNAH, from Tennell s, 
I e of Factory, Ward 3. 
I Oliver M B 
3 Tolbert Mrs T 

10 Hearn J C 

12 Hampton H P 

14 Thompson W K 

16 Pharr John 

16 Cowen Nancy 

17 Branan C M 
17 Allen Mrs Jane 

19 Johnson H 

20 Matthews Rev N H 



nADDO I IIBlDEIi AA ( UAHTELa. front dooms, VCRANDA mna 

DOddS lumber WMmlVS'.lolrs'^ Sasb, Doors & Blinds 

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20 Turner W G 

21 Dodd WS 

21 Hallman S H 

22 Reynolds Mrs H 

22 Royster J T 

23 Hughes J W 

24 Copeland Mrs O 

25 Sisson Mrs A 

26 Phillips Mrs M 

27 Mayfield Mrs A E 

28 Parr Jasper 
34 Wallace P U 

36 Brown Mrs Sarah 
38 Brennan J B 



SCHOFIELD, from Fort e to 
Hilliard, 2 n of Decatur, 
Ward 4. 

10 Dunn Edwin 
14 Kelly Benjamin 

16 Ward Mrs M 

17 Flemming T K 

20 Strickland Tolbert 
22 Coakley A J 

24 Johnson Babe, c 

25 Mann L, c 

28 Dansby Robert, c 
31 Vacant 



SCOTT, from Powers 


n to Cox, 


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Ward 6. 


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Spear W J 
Peavy A E 
Marshall H H 




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Thurman R E 
Barnwell N T 




28 


Locke E R 




29 
41 


Johnston S J 
Bennett G, c 




43 


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Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 






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to Cherry and e to Fort, be- 
yond limits 

SIMPSON, from Marietta e to 
w Peachtree, and w to limits, 
I n of Baker, Wards 5 and 6 

GOING EAST. 

3 Brenner W 

Luckie intersects. 
41 Chamberlin C M 

43 Waldrip J T 

44 Brewer J C 

45 Thurman C E 
Grubbs W L 
Word Mrs M 

Venable commences. 
Witter H 

Hull commences 
54 Murphy E C 
58 Webb Owen ^ 



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61 Johnson T H 
6^ Hamilton Willis, c 
65 Young W, c 

Fowler begins. 
69 Bankston Mrs F 
73 Guerin John 
75 Thurman H C 

Hay den begins. 
Waters S T 

Lovejoy intersects. 
Wallace P J 
McNabb D A 
Choate A E 
Wallace F M 
104 Rauschenbiirg W H 
166 Fisher C W 
108 Martin J W " 



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Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

SIMPSON— Cont'd. 

1 10 Brown C 

1 1 1 Asher W C 

Or77ie intersects. 

155 Ryle D M 

I ] III ia ms in ter sects . 

156 Vacant 

157 Echols T G 

158 Cosby Mrs L 
150 Guimmarin W B 

160 Batt M, c 

161 Richmond B F 

162 Maginnis Mrs J 

Spring intersects. 
167 Bell H f 
171 King C R 

GOING WEST. 

Moss & Morson 

2 Carter C M 
4 Smith F E 

3 Manor W D 

14 Ga Pac Telegraph Office 

19 Nealy Mrs Octavia 

20 Petty Miss M 
Smith F E 
Brown Maj, c 
Felkner W H 

26 Wilson Wyly, c 

30 Foster Henry, c 

35 Brown B W 

36 Hutchinson L P 

39 Hargrave Mrs Mary 

40 Herron J W 

41 Gresham J H 

44 Edwards Robert 
DiUe F O 

45 Ray W H 

46 Weaver J K 



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48 Taylor N J 

49 Howell J M 

53 Manning G W 

54 Adamson W R 

Manquni intersects. 

Duke G A 

Hatcher J F 
64 McVay J A 
66 Aenchbacher J L 
61 Manning W D 

69 Kennedy John G 

70 Paul D S 

71 Mills F 

73 English C C 

74 Reed Thos 

75 McDuffy B F 

76 Winn W H 
80 Ray S S 

80 Lyon A A 

Haynes ends. 

81 Cawthorn W A 

Gi'ay commences. 

82 Cawthorn J F 
McClellan Mrs S E 
Martin D O 
Harris Mrs Sarah 
Paul G S 
Bramlett Z D 
Windham W W 

89 McGee J 

90 Ellsworth J H 
95 Hudson J E 

99 Wofford Mrs M 
105 Jernigan P B 

Chattahoochee commences. 
115 Windham Mrs M 
122 Cooksey J A 

Edwards commences. 

Lambert commences. 
143 Stockton B F 
150 Lambert Joseph 
153 Houe J 
165 Vacant 

170 Wachendorff Edward 

171 Walker W M 
173 Westbrook W T 



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Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Glass In- 

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Georgia and Alabama, Caligraph Writ- 

22 Kimball House, Decatur Street. V. ing Machines. - - • Telephone 72. 



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174 Speares W J 


Artists' • Materials, 


175 Dedge R L 




LARGEST ASSORTMENT 


SIMS, from Glenn s to beyond 




AND 


limits (West End), Ward 2. 


Xjo-wrost ^'rices iaa. Citjr at 






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SIXTH, from Peachtree w to 
Cherry and e to Fort, beyond 


6o-«« MARIHXXA SXRCEX. 






limits. 


100 


Moyers W T 




106 


Rucker Mrs S 




SMITH, from 360 Whitehall s 


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Owens P H 


e to Glenn, i e of McDaniel, 


114 


Detwiller R G 


Ward 2. 


115 


Flemming Mrs Mary 


13 Urquhart Emma, c 


116 


Bush Edward 


16 Crawford F A 




Crumley intersects. 


18 Banks T C 


117 


Vinson Adeline, c 


20 Elliott W R 


118 


Parkhouse G T 


Orange ends. 


120 


Truitt N W 


24 Vacant 


121 


Humphrey J, c 


26 Magnan C L 


122 


Wylie H M 


33 Mitchell I S 


124 


Graham F B 


34 Nichols T W 


126 


Brotherton Mrs M L 


Rawson intersects. 


129 


Perkins James D 


39 Lester Syl 


131 


Thomas Wm 


41 Threadcraft F M 


132 


Kagler Sallie, c 


42 Fuller C G 


133 


Griggs W Y 


43 Dodds J W 


135 


Duke A F, c 


44 Kennon A X 


136 


Hightower Louvenia, c 


46 Pendleton J C 


138 Jester Green, c 


48 Wilson G W 


139 


Meaders & Meaders 


58 Wooden W F 


141 


Hunnicutt Mrs A B 


60 Wimbish W S 


142 


Dampman George E 


63 McGrath J F 


144 


Berry James, c 


64 Pierce R E 


145 


Hayes I B 


66 Randall T M 

67 Lewis W B 






SOLOMON, from Eraser e to 


68 Higgins J M 


Martin, i s of Clarke, Ward 3. 


70 Brooks J M 


6 


Adams John, c 


71 Green A N 


7 


Anderson Robert, c 


72 Hall T 


8 


Adair Isaac, c 


75 Wallace C C 


9 


Love Andy E, r 


79 Johnson B F 


10 


Vacant 


83 Barron H W 


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Huston Dock, c 


91 Dean C M 


12 


Fletcher Emma, c 


Richardson intersects. 


14 


Robertson E Z 


99 Thompson David 


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SOLOMON— Cont'd. 
23 Wiel Cornelia, c 
23 Perry Scott, c 

27 Lasker Fannie, c 

28 Kelley Wade, c 
32 Williams Wm, ^ 

36 Hayes Major, c 

37 Bedell Stephen 

38 Wright Anne, c 
42 Loves Harrison, c 
47 Cook Allen 



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SOUTH, from Wallace n near 
Marietta, beyond limits. 
10 Ball F M 

Moffett Mrs L C 
12 Spinks H T 
Walker — 
Gilbert R K 

17 Allen J S 

18 Allen Jas M 

19 Kitchens T H 

20 Saye J D 

21 Ozborn C W 

22 McCray Charles, c 

24 Smith Geo, (■ 

25 Poss James 
27 Lewis W L 
40 Crane Robert 



SOUTH AVE, 
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Ward 3. 
41 Thomas R, c 
54 Brazel Larkin, c 
56 Johnson W, r 
87 Nolley W N, c 
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SPENCER, from 
to limits, I n 
Ward 5. 

1 Upshaw Chas, c 

2 Glander Herman 

3 Karr Geo W 

4 Freeman Mrs E C 

5 Pope Henry, c' 
8 Elliott D M 

ID Christophine Frank 

23 Pope Richard, c 

24 Truitt S, ^ 

128 Turner Mrs M E 

Moore James 
204 Gilmer Wm 



204 Davis w 
of Foundry, 



SPINK'S ALLEY, from Mag- 
nolia n to W Foundry, i w 
of Haynes, Ward i. 

SPRING, from W & A R R 
n w to limits, i w of W 
Peachtree, Wards 5 and 6. 

Atl Elev & Warehouse Co 
5 Campbell R O 

10 Dent John W 

11 Vacant 

22 Holt M L 

24 Engles F J 

26 Deihl Albert H 

Marietta intersects. 
Waltoii intersects. 
58 Keel W H 
64 Henagan Miss Mary 
66 Goree Mrs N W 
Poplar ends. 
72 Black Mrs M E 
76 Thompson A P 
79 Lester Mrs S A 
82 Swift Mrs F C 
86 Hawthorn J B 

Licckie intersects. 
91 Boynton Wm, c 

93 Stanley H S 

94 Wood W D 

97 Lampkin Wm L 

98 Smith Charles 



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SPRING— Cont'd. 

James intersects. 
Handy Charles 
99 Jenckes Miss A F 
I02 Powell Lewis 
2IO Leak J T 

Church intersects. 
2o Beath J M 

24 Phillips Mrs S B 

25 Jacot L 

W Cain intersects. 
34 Wood R R 
36 Moody E F 
38 Linch H 
42 Carr G T 

45 Nichols J, c 

46 Baxter T W 

49 Sharp Mrs M E 

52 Winship R 

53 Hammond T A 

W Harris intersects. 
60 Payne. C M 
73 Gray J M 
77 Spilman J H 
80 Morgan J H 
82 Campbell J B 

W Baker intersects. 
206 Hills E S 

209 Barkshadt J 

210 Jones Mrs H A 

213 Powell G W L 

214 Waldo A 

219 Angier C 

220 Carragan F A 

Simp-^on intersects. 

221 Hamilton L E 

222 Brownell D W 

Powers intersects. 
280 Ivy L S 
282 Stanffeacher J W 

284 Lafontaine J M 

3IiUs intersects. 

285 Waters Glenn 

286 Palmer J H 
288 Wade G H 

288 Starr Mrs Alice L 



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picture prame Maker, 

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Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portr&it Easels. 

2>^ Marietta Street. 



STONEWALL, from Walker 
n w to High, i nof Fair, 
Ward I. 

. 9 Pierce C E 

13 Johnson J M 

17 Jones W B 

19 Stroud J H 

20 Seaborn F R 

22 McDonald W N 

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290 Divine M J 

291 Snelling MP 

292 Singleton H C 

294 Johnson W B Jr 

Parker intersects. 

295 Arnold Ann, c 
298 Grogan F M 

Hunnicutt intersects. 
cor Drake W W 
Gay A O M 
Ha'ynes W M 
Ohl J K 

Pine intersects. 
Hunnicutt C W 
Hunnicutt J E 
Park Place commences 

STATE, from Pine near Mari- • 
etta, n beyond limits, Ward 5. '" 

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6 Meachan G N 

10 White J W 

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See Page 58. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

STONEWALL— Cont'd. 

25 Woodruff J P 

26 Thomas Miss E C 

28 Holtzclaw H J 

29 McCann Ella, c 

32 Aiken F M 

33 Speer W A 
36 Thrash L B 

40 Whitaker J H 

41 Elliott W B 

42 Dodge Rev W A 

Chapel intersects. 
44 Foote T A 
46 Vacant 

56 Claridy J O 

57 Saye W N 

59 Wiggins Mrs Lucy B 

60 Brown J W 

64 Harris J C 

65 Salter Dr M T 
67 White Wm D 
70 Wilkerson W O 

Bailey intersects. 
77 Stroup J 

79 Patterson W J 

80 Ficken J 

81 Patterson J L 

82 Welsh I A 

84 Berry J M 

85 Mf)ore Robert 

86 Jones R A 

88 Kuhns A F 

89 Gilmore Mrs Lucy A 
91 Colbert Mrs M T 

93 Johnston Rev T J 

105 Puckett W C 

106 Ligon D W 

107 Fulton Rev R L 



108 Beatey W L 

109 Thurgood Wm, c 

1 10 Suttles I C 

111 Burton C, c 

STRONG, from John w, i w of 
Chattahoochee, Ward 5 

1 Jackson Amand, c 

2 Freeman Elbert c 

7 Alexander Sallie, c 

12 King H H 

13 Adams H 

14 Reynolds Mrs E 
16 Hudson N J 

18 Flynn P C 

20 Edmundson W, c 

25 Lawrence Rebecca, c 

26 Brooks Mrs 

28 Randall Mrs Eliza 

56 Vacant 

60 Phillips Mrs Harriett 



SUGAR ALLEY, from Fair n 
to E Hunter, i e of Eraser, 
Ward 3. 

SUMMIT, near s e limits from 
Rockwell south (Pittsburgh). 



TALBOT ALLEY, from 20 N 
Butler, west. 



TANNER, from Bell e to 
Young, I s of Edgewood ave. 
Ward 4. 

TANNER'S ALLEY, from E 
Ellis n to Norris, i w of But- 
ler, Ward 6. 

TATNALL, from 155 Nelson n 
w to junction of Hunter and 
Vine, Ward i. 
7 Lumpkin Wm J 
9 Vacant 

Chapel intersects. 
17 Brown Fannie, c 






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21 Glenn F, c 

27 Davis Christopher C 

28 Edwards J R 

29 Raworth G F 
35 Smith Mrs E A 
37 Love M L 

40 Jennings H T 

41 Love M L 
43 Baker J B 

46 Bass Mrs M E 

47 Hohnes Wm, c 
51 Phibbs Mrs M 

54 Orr Mrs G J 

55 Fincannon R 
57 Wilson CT 
62 Gowel R W 
68 West W H 
70 Syms Dr B A 

75 PuUin Charlotte, c 

76 Carter E R 
Cook T, c 
Archer W T 

H'ujli e7ide. 
Smith W, c 
Vacant 

Duke Emma, c 
Cox Emily, c 
Landrum W, c 
Shorter Rachael c 
Anderson D L, r 
93 Alexander J, c 

Markham intersects. 

103 James N, c 

104 Wilson G, c 

105 Anderson J, c 
T06 Burch B, c 
170 Brown A D, r 
178 Thomas J, c 

Junction, Walnut and. W Mitchell. 



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TAYLOR, from Pratt e to Fort, 
I n of Fillmore, Ward 4. 
5 SeagravesJ, c 
9 Martin Lucy, c 



TIETLEBAUM ALLEY, from 



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Garnett to Brotherton, 
of Forsyth, Ward t. 

23 Bostwick Mary, c 

24 Boston P, c 

44 Daniels S, c 

43 Boone Richard, c 

45 Matthews Katie, c 

46 Brice Addie, c 



TENNELS, from Boulevard e 
to Borne, at Fulton Cot Mills, 

1 s of Ga R R, Ward 3. 

2 Moore J L 
Wheeler W J 
Cross Susan, c 
Vacant 
Mills J T 

1 1 Hawley C C 
13 Miles Joel 



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limits, I w of Martin, Ward 3. 
99 Hamby J F 
95 Flynn Daniel 
91 Hardeman S H 
87 Hardeman Cora, c 

87 Chapman Lizzie, c 

88 Landers Lewis 
86 Dellshaw Mrs C 
84 McDonald M C 
68 Varner Henry 

68 Fowler Mrs Irene 
Hunter intersects. 
Cor Moyer James, c 
Cor Williams George, c 

78 Cobb Jack, c 

"J "J Simmons L W 

77 Spivey Mrs S A 



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Clothiers and Tailors, 

17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 

TERRY— Cont'd. 
76 Gates Thos, c 
75 Potts John 
74 Chapel Alex 
74 Haywood Samuel, c 

Fair intersects. 
6 Riley Augusta, r 
8 Langford Anna, c 
1 1 Delpey Emily 

18 Hill Andrew, c 

19 Webb Sam, c 

21 South F E 

22 Singleton Adeline, c 

23 Payne David, c 
34 Wynn Willie, c 

8 Martin Mrs I 

Jones intersects. 
37 Mitchell Hollin, c 
Williams L, c 

41 Fields Chas, c 

42 Ambrose Sarah, /: 

43 Lumpkin Berry, c 

44 x\kers Nora, c 

45 Allen S, c 
45 Allen Margaret, c 
47 Harvey Frank, c 

Raw!<on intersects. 
Clarke intersects. 
Solomon intersects. 
Fulton intersects. 
Jaekmn intersects. 
Richardson intersects. • 
Richmond intersects. _ 
Crnmlexj intersects. 
2 Davis Jerry, c 
5 Williams Willborn, c 
7 Cessil Stuart, c 
1 1 Weaver Amos, c 



11 Turner Wm, c 

9 Robinson Thornton, c 

12 Carr Robert, c 
14 Perry Joseph, c 

16 Bush Robert P 

210 Bailey Charles 

211 Beddington Washington, 
25 Hammond Robert, c 

30 Harris Joel, c 

Olenn intersects. 
Georgia ave intersects. 
14 Smith J P 

17 Jones J E 
Roberts T 
Ramsey W 
Richardson E R 
Smith Charles 
Gilbert W A 
Vacant 
Irwin Jas L M 

Bass intersects. 

Love intersects. 
Parks G, c 
Delleshaw Thomas 
Davis Jacob, c 
Paven Wesley, c 

54 Davis Dudley, c 

55 Montgomery Gilbert, c 

56 Williams Rufus, c 
84 Alexander J J, ^ 
86 Westley Harris, c 
88 Redding Mary, c 
90 Gilder D ], c 



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Fort and w to Cherry, Wards 
5 and 6. 

THOMAS, from E Fair s to 
Glenn, i e of Gullatt, Ward 3. 
Pillsbury Mrs John B 
Lambert A A 



THOMPSON, from Cent R R 
at Alabama s w to Brotherton, 
Ward I. 
8 Johnson G, <r 



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lo Searcy Mad Cornelia 
14 Jones Sarah, c 
16 Jones M, c 


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W Hunter intersects. 
46 Hudson Geo, c 


160 Wedemeyer F 

Packard commences. 


48 Vacant 

52 Jenkins M, c 


141-163 The Dixie Lumber & 

Mfg Co 
162 Dickey Mrs A E 


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164 Vacant 


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75 Smith & Simpson 
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165 Hood Mrs F 

166 McGarry SJ 


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80 Lyndon C T 


168 Benton Mrs E E 




Johnson R H 


177 Korn Mrs A 


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179 Watkins W M 


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181 Solomonson S L 




90 Hammomd T F 
93 Walker B F* 




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100 Long J H 


Irwin, Ward 4. 


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loi Carroll Nathan, c 


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Luckie w to Davis, i n of 




Oarnett intersects. 


Foundry, Ward 5. 


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125 Aldredge John 


38 Hall Miss I 




127 King Mrs H E 


109 Tyler C F 


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128 Wilson A J 


Hollins L H, c 


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130 Blount W B 


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132 Burie Philip D 


I Kirkland S, c 


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134 Ferguson Mrs M 


3 Hayes Ben, c 


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135 Balagur Israel 


4 Webster Andrew, c 


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136 Oglesby Barton 


7 Minis Emma, c 


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138 Platten J J 


7 Power Adelina, c 




139 Wilson Mrs M L 


9 Lefton Stephen, c 


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140 Bosworth F P 


Rollins Addison, c 


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142 Tally J P 


Shiloh A M E Ch 




144 Grudcovsky Lazarus 


Grace Ellen c 


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245 Smith Sarah, c 




145 Vacant 


12 Davis Henry, c 


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147 Love D T 


Billings Mrs L 




149 Lefkoff J 


18 Newsom Rebecca 




158 Klaitz Wm 


74 Johnson Millie 


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THURMOND— Cont'd. 
35 Cox Willie, c 

26 Hargrove R, c 

27 Ponder Thomas 

28 Gordon Wesley, c 

29 Gay Harrison 

29 McCowan J H 

30 Mathews T, c 

35 Stevens Wm J 

36 Dixon E 

38 Wright Mary, c 

47 Brown Mrs M A 

48 Maddox Duncan, c 

49 Kocher Mrs E 
52 Taber Mrs M A 

54 Smith Mrs A 

55 Turner Bob, c 
60 Jones Rev S B, ^ 

62 Errick C C 

63 Cox C E 

64 Harris Wm H 
66 Adams B C P 

69 Connor Mrs Mary A 
79 Ferrell Richard 
155 Wright Maria, c 



TODD, from 

Fitzgerald, i 

Ward 4. 

2 O'Neal W J 

6 Singleton F C 
10 McGhee Patrick 
14 Miles W R 



Boulevard w to 
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TOLBERT'S ALLEY, from W 
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I s of Rhodes, Ward i. 



TRENHOLM, from 263 W 
Peters n to Chapel, 2 s of 
Larkin, Ward i. 
9 White A, c 

15 Grant H, c 

16 Whittaker J, c 
I'j Peyton Sarah, c 

18 Harper G, c 

19 Smith R, c 
Bennett I 

22 Davis Mary, c 

23 Jones A, c 

24 Smith Julia, c 

25 Mims G, c 
Sanders George, c 

28 Bowen Maria, c 
30 Suttles Wm, c 
33 McMurtry W H 

39 Fernandez Kit, c 

40 Johnson Henry, c 
48 Floyd Nacy 

71 Scott Green, c 
78 Veal G, c 



TROUP, from Grant e to Fac- 
tory, I s of Clarke, Ward 3. 

TUMLIN, from Wallace near 
Marietta, n beyond limits. 

1 Landers D N 

2 Brown B 
Hawkins — 
Overton Mathew 
Newton J W 
Dye J B 
Toney S E 
Moore W P 
Miller F M 
Martin T R 
Barber J L 
Buzzell Milton 

15 Whiting W T 

16 Chambers W T 

17 Vacant 

18 Lewis C B 

19 Hilley Mrs L 
Trippe Wm 



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Copes Jacob, t: 
26 LoUis H R 
28 Murdock J B 
30 Cennell R L 
32 Lyle J D 
34 Austin T N 
36 McDowell C C 



TURNERS ALLEY, from 
Whitehall to Orange nr Hood, 
Ward 2. 

UNIVERSITY, from Magnolia 
s, I w of Arthur. 



VALENTINE, from Houston 
n to Cain, i e of Butler, 
Ward 4. 

Ellis intersects. 

54 Brooks B C, ^ 

55 Hollingsworth M, c 

56 Floyd J, c 

58 Bailey Willis, c 
60 Jackson G W 

62 McDowell E, c 

63 Scott H, c 

64 Wilson John 

65 Livingston Sarah, c 
67 Wingtield W, c 

Wingfield J, c 
Buford Ben, c 

Cain intersects. 

VANIRA, from Capitol ave e, 
I s Georgia ave. 
I Hix Wm J B 



VENABLE, from Simpson n to 
North ave, i e of Luckie, 
Ward 5. 

10 McCrary T C 

1 1 Taylor H H 

13 Harper Minnie, c 

15 Landers Mrs L 

16 Kimbro Mrs M 

17 Miller W A 



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Graining and Oil Colors, 

Tkite Leii, 1-CoU Carriage P&iats, tc 

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18 Wright J C 

19 Andrews W H 
40 Murray L C 

42 Wethers Mary, c 

44 Woods S, c 

45 McHenry Minerva, c 
59 Grier Susan, c 

63 Steerman J C 

65 Brown J W 

66 Mann Jas Sr 

67 Johnson J V 
69 Weaver J P 
71 Wilson J J 

Jones Louis, c 
73 Vacant 
86 Ford Mrs Belle 

88 Vacant 

89 Martin S A 

90 Foster J E 

92 Bargus A 

93 Mills G R 

95 Bradley Mrs M G 
Nix R M 
Brandy B, c 

VICTORIA, from W & A R R 
w to Lambert, i s of John, 
Ward 5. 

20 Dudley Mrs E 
22 Bass J H 

25 Campbell Wm 

26 Williams Lou, c 
28 Smith Mattie, c 
19 Harris J B 

30 Sasseen Mollie, c 

31 Powell Wm 

32 Arp Carrie, c 

33 Cooper Mrs M 






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37 lYbiteliall Street. 

VICTORIA— Cont'd. 
34 Pearce T, c 
37 Steel Sam, c 

39 Andrews Clara, ^ 

40 Waits Fannie, c 

43 Perry Henry, c 

44 Smith Mary, c 
47 Wright Delia, t 

Mangum intersects. 

51 Sasseen Henry, c 

52 James Lulu, c 
54 Wright Wm, r 

Gray intersects, 
Chattahoochee intersects. 



VINE, from W Fair n to Simp- 
son, I e of Arthur, Wards i 
and 5. 
28 Vacant 

Brooks S A, r 

WADDELL, from Decatnr n 
at eastern limits, to Edgewood 
ave. Ward 4. 

1 Mansfield Frank 

2 White John W 

3 Harmon Elijah 

4 Huey Wesley 
46 Stewart I C 
48 Vacant 

50 Wolf John 

WALKER, from Nelson at 
junction Mangum, s to Peters, 
Ward I. 
I Klasset F W 
4 Wynn J F 
8 Harris L J 



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11 King Rev J R 
Ereitenbucher P 
Martin G W 
Moon Z B 
Landrum L M 
Stephens Jas M 

Hayes intersects. 
Walker St School 
Williams W T 
Branan C I 
32 Cook J E 

34 Shumate F F 

35 Sheran Mrs M M 

42 Cochrane D A 

43 Mayson T C 

44 Hilburn F A 

Stonewall commences. 

50 Rutland W T 

51 Smith H B 

54 Golightly H F 

58 Haslett Mrs G A 

59 Gowen Mrs Lizzie 

62 Talley W M 

63 Turner C T 

65 Simmons Mrs J 

66 Brown W 

Fair intersects. 
Mission of the Redeemer 
68 Tinsley W 
71 Pattillo S H 

73 DeFoor J A 

74 Harmon J B 

Larkin commences. 
78 Abies Cornelius 
82 Smith W B 
88 Cooper W G 
92 Babb J P 

96 Eubanks R S 

97 Smenner J E 
99 Tompkins N C 

100 Davis Annie, c 
loi Tinsley Mrs S E 
103 Nealy W B 

105 Stanford J G 

106 Williams J W 



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WALKER— Cont'd. 
107 Bridges O J 
no Wengberg J 
112 Vacant 

1 14 Groves R B 

115 Eubanks G T 

Jeannette ends. 

Vacant 

McDade Miss Dora 

Curtis B F 

Chamberlain T 
Loaves al commences. 

Daniel R G 
126 Vacant 
135 Bettis J E 
208 Lavin C 
253 Standard Lumber Co 



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WALKERS ALLEY, from 
Daniel e to Bradley, i s of 
Edgewood ave. Ward 4. 

WALL, from Peachtree and 
Whitehall w to Bridge and e 
to Loyd, I s of Decatur 

GOING EAST. 

I Day S W 

3 Ruhmann Geo 

4 Kattenhorn & Vignaux 
Can tr ell W E 

5 Pappa J A 
Kimball House 

Johnson & Johnson 
Moyers & Crookshanks 
Starke H F 
Murphv J H 
Hartford L & A Co 
Pendleton H C 
Welch & Turman 
Rathbun C M 
Button C H 
Sou Pac Com Agcy 
Speer & King 
Harris Nutting & Co 
Atl Banking Co 
Schell J T, c 



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and Frames. Stretchers prepared lor 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait Easels. 

234 Marietta Street. 

Adair G W 

Jones & Krouse 

Rodes C C 

Dreyfus Henry 

Orme A J 

Jordan C 

Key & Bell 

ETV & G R R 

Griffin J J 

Pryor inter^ecU. 

Kiser M C & J F & Co 
24-26-28 Sou Express Co 
24^Marshall House 
28|Bishop Thomas L 

Bradfield Regulator Co 

Brown Julius L 

Cooper H P 
30 Daniel J B 

Swanson J M 

Cheshire, Lynan & Co 

Fleming A F 
32-34 Morrison & Co 
32 Candler J S 

Culberson H I 

Ga M M & 1 Co 

Candler J S 

Brown E A 

Dade Coal Co 

McCord M J 

Hunt J A 

Parry H L 
36 Steinhiemer D 

Menko Transfer Co 
38 Walker W A 

Lattimer J H 

LaVette Mrs M A 

Underwood H (. 

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UAWrACTUUS or EOIO-IUSI 

SADDLES iHD HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

8mP«c*6S. ATLANTA, 8E0RSIA. 

WALL— Cont'd. 
Williams R A 
Bush F D 
L & N R R 
N C&S L R R 
LR & M R R 
TP R R 
56 R & D R R Office 

Thomson-Houston Elec Co 

Union Depot 

Atl Bag & Cab Co 

Durand H R 

A G Ballards Hack Line 

Pullman Palace Car Co. 

GOING WEST 

6 Clifton Chem & Phos Co 

8 Cook J S & Co 
Wickes J C 

9 Emery H F 
10-12 Budden & Son 

WALLACE, from Marietta be- 
yond limits e to State. 



WALLIS, from 
R & D R R, 
Ward 4. 

5 Vacant 

6 Vacant 

7 Grimes Clara S 

8 Looney H W 

9 Lane Robert 

10 Vacant 

11 Vacant 

12 Vacant 



Decatur n to 
2 w of limits, 



WALNUT, from Larkin n to 
Simpson, 1 e of Vine, Ward i. 



6 Williams J A 

7 Baldwin Mrs M J 

8 Stewart A J 



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10 Baisden J A 

1 1 Waitts W P 
13 Parish J R 

15 Gibson C P 

16 Kelley C H 

17 Allen Mrs L J 

18 Moncrief W J 

20 Winn A P 

21 Young F, c 
Baskin J W, ^ 

22 Harris M A 

24 Thornton M R 

25 Johnson Andrew, c 

27 Foote C A 

25 Dennington L 

26 Simonds Edmond 

28 Jones G M 

30 Crenshaw C B 

84 Wright George, c 

85 Wright Benjamin, c 

86 Harris John, c 
88 Jones Wiley 

90 Hawk Alexander, c 
Berry Marcus 
Jones Hannah, r 
Fry Vinie, c 

WALTON, from 35 Peachtree 
n w to Foundry, i n e of Ma- 
rietta, Wards 5 and 6. 
8 Finch A W 

Broad intersects. 
16 Hays A C & Son 
Geary P W 

23 Forsyth W M 

24 Bates G & Co 
Sou Dye Works 
Troy Steam Laundry 
Dental College 

Forsyth intersects. 
First Bap Church 
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42 Smith Miss A F 

43 Miller H V M 

Fairlie intersects. 
47 Berry M R 
50 Stewart Mrs Baylor 

54 Thompson J W 

55 Reese Joseph 
58 Starke G H 

Cone intersects. 
60-62 The Belmont 
62 Hoppie G E 

79 Powell W A 

80 StilsonFJ 

83 Roddy Miss M L 

84 Miles WB 

Spring intersects. 
87 Holland M F 
90 Barna T M 

94 Stiles Dr C A 

95 Callaway T W 

96 Smith O, c 

98 Wardlaw Mrs M A 

99 Hutchison Mrs J M 

Bartoiv intersects. 
100 Gilbert Mrs M J 
. 102 Fuller & Akers 
Robinson I 
Ivy B S 
Herrin E D 
Kennesaw House 

Cain intersects. 
Mitchell W W 
Flowers Mrs S A 
140 Haves J H 

143 Mashburn Mrs A 

144 Wolfe Mrs J E 

145 Finley Thos 
151 Anderson J C 
153 Tyler C F 

163 Simmons Mrs M T 
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I Dodgen W A 
5 Warren C T 

7 Vacant 

8 Richardson S L 
Barnes B F 

9 Vacant 

10 Thomas M, c 

1 1 Morgan C C 

12 Lowe J, c 

13 Harmon T F 
14' Kelly L, c 
16 Boyd J, c 



WARREN PLACE, from 
Courtland e to Calhoun, i n 
of Gilmer, Ward 6. 
2 Love Mrs S J 
6 Alexander A 

10 Mcintosh Mrs M C 

13 Blount P J 

14 LeVert O P 

17 May L 

18 Murray J B 

19 Dougherty J O 

20 Brown J S 

21 Geary P W 

22 McAlpin G M 

23 Gatins J 

WASHINGTON, fromWaverly 
Place s w to Fair, then s to 
limits, 2 w of Capitol ave, 
Ward 2. 
2 Engine House No 2 

11 Calhoun W L 

12 Fonstaine G 

13 Burckhardt G A 

15 Hill N S 



HUNNICUn & BELLINGRATHjSAN'TARY plumbebs 

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Clothiers i Furnishers 

17 and 19 Whitehall street. 

WASHINGTON— Cont'd. 
15 Brannon J F 
17 Clarke Mrs E 

Ketchum W H 

St Phillips Episcopal Ch 
Hunter intersects. 

State Capitol 
19 Wallace & Bloomfield 
21 Rutland Wm 

Central Presbyterian Ch 
31 Park L M 
37 Werner E A 

Second Baptist Ch 
Mitchell intersects. 

Boys' High School 
49 Kendrick Dr W S 

56 McKeon Miss Mary J 

57 Strickler Rev G B 

58 Dozier Mrs C A 

59 Crane Mrs S C 
63 Huntley Dr J P 

66 Coker F M 

67 Hill L J 

68 Adair A D 

Peters intersects. 
71 Adair G B 
75 Holbrook J M 
78 Neal T B 

80 Lowndes G S 

81 Martin E W 

92 Richards S P 

93 Barry J A 
99 Dodd G T 

Fair intersects. 

103 Thornton E H 

104 Hammond W R 

105 Van Epps H 

106 Unfinished 



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112 Johnson H S 


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117 McLendon N A 


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118 Sanders W C 


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125 Marsh E W 


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126 Blackburn B M 


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130 Armstrong Wm S 


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132 Olmstead John 


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133 Brown J E 

134 Stuart Alex 


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136 Hale W C 


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140 Brown G M 


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159 Brown J L 


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160 Oglesby J G 


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165 Ellis W D 


166 Garrett Wm J 


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168 Unfinished 




170 Arnold C H 


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171 McDonald Rev Dr H 

172 Sergeant C E 


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179 Vacant 


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182 Gatins J F 


183 Woodson Mis M F 


184 Black R C 


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187 Vacant 
189 Colvin J A 


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190 Scott W M 


191 Wellhouse H 


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192 Ragland T E 




194 Hatcher Rev H 


196 Pappenheimer 


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197 Brandt Mrs R E 


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198 Newelt L 


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220 Hawks W N 


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225 Tichenor Rev I T 


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226 Wooley V 


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Wooley B M 


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227 Abbott W L 


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242 Tidvvell R W 

243 Satzky A 

248 Liebman I 

249 Garrett Mrs J 

Richardson intersects. 

250 Ware W R 

257 Kennedy Walter 

258 Hall L H 

259 Redus R K 
263 Hulbert W W 
265 Adier Morris 

Crumley intersects. 

284 Patterson W H 

285 Haas J 
290 Bigby J S 
303 Howland O D 
310 Snider L 

313 Briscoe A C 

Glenn intersects. 
332 Carr Seaborn, c 

Georgia ave intersects. 
351 McNaught Wm 
400 Stancell C B 

Burckhalter M R 
402 Sullivan J J 
404 Harris W P 

Hebrew Orphans Home 
Love intersects. 
415 Ormond James 
430 Weatherbee H A 
Cummings Fred 

WATERHOUSE, from Borne 
east, I south of Railroad stop- 
ping in woods. 

WAVERLY PLACE, from 
Loyd e to Washington, i n 
of Hunter, Ward 2. 
I Taylor Sarah J 

71 Campbell Wm, c 

75 Taylor T M 

77 Patterson Bros 

79 Conroy M M 

81 Ousley Alex, c 



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WELLS, from McDaniel s w 
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Ward 2. 
6 Smith Jerry, c 
9 Harper J A 
II Harper W A 

13 Linan G W 

14 McDaniel Lucius, c 
16 Waters Millie, c 

20 Birch Jane 

Robhins intersects. 
36 Robbins G W 
38 Pingleton C M, <: 
40 Rogers Ada, c 

Moss George, c 
42 Byrnes S B, ^ 
46 Hill Bettie, c 

48 Evans Mattie, c 

49 Williams Stephen, ^ 

50 Mitchell M, c 
. 52 Owens H P 

51 Smith James, i' 
53 Purify Bettie, c 

Cor Gate City Boiler Works 
Hollins intersects. 
55 Geesling Nancy, c 
60 Hit8on R J 
62 Vacant 

64 Littlejohn Ophelia, c 
06 Jenkins Mary, c 
70 Mueller J J 

Thurman Ben, c 

Brosius Motor Sew Mch Co 



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Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

WEST PEACHTREE, from 
Baker at junction of Peach- 
tree n to limits, Ward 6. 

204 Gramling Mrs J R 

210 Wilson H L 

211 Iverson Mrs F F 

212 James J H 

Simpson ends. 
McKmley A 
O'Keefe Mrs S F 
Sherrill Rev A F 

Powers begins. 
Stevens G C 
Bain D M 
Jessop A 

243 McBurney E P 

244 Brown R E 

246 Bratton L R 
248 Kellam H A 

Alexander ends. 
254 Barclay J F 
258 Rhett W H 
260 Prior (j S 

247 Carter J D 

267 Camp Mrs N A 

268 Lampkin W W 

269 Shellman Mrs C A 

270 Sibley R E 

271 Shorter T, c 
276 Payne W D 

Parker commences. 
Meinhart T 
Martin W O 
Lent F R 
Garwood R H 
Hiinnicutt ends. 
289 Schlesinger H L 
291 Crowley H J 



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306 Fear H J 
308 Hudson C M 
Cochran E H 
310 Miller P H 

312 Campbell J B 

Pine intersects. 

313 Sciple C E 

314 Ward L Mcintosh 

315 Shackelford G W 
Miller R 

Baltimore Place begins. 
Hallman J C 

317 Shadden J H 

318 Gholstin L 

319 Hightower H H 
323 Delkin A L 

Howard commences. 
Nash J Van Holt 
Dairy ends. 
352 Scrutchin J G 

356 Everett Mrs L E 

357 Smith Hoke 

359 Pratt ES 

Jjinden ave commences. 

360 Tompkins H B 

362 Crusselle T G 

363 Stocker J D 

365 Kendall L T 

366 Dahlgren Mrs Mary 

367 Akers W T 

368 Kendall L T 
370 Fontain F 

North ave intersects. 
Van Winkle E 
Thurman F D 
Brown Mrs Sarah 
Berkeley Edmund 
Rooks A J 







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Simpson. 

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limits, I s of Houston, Wards 
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2 Bass Mrs Lula 
4 Harrison L M 

4 Moyers J M 

5 Bramlett R S 

7 Repauno Chemical Co 

8 Dimmock W R 

9 Henderson J T 
11-13 Willey M L 
12 Wright Mrs L L 
15 Clayton J W 

18 Kroeg C W 
20 Winter H 

22 Edwards J W B 

23 Ikes F M 

24 White Menzo 

25 Stewart Mrs M J 

26 Knott W L 
33 Lumsden J L 
35 Parks W F 

Ivy intersects. 
49 Boggan W C 
51 Janes Dr J W 

57 Price Mrs C W 

58 Constantine Dr F L 

61 Robinson W G 

62 Daniel R J 

64 Bellamy Dr W C 

71 McAfee M A 

80 Lichtenstadt Dr M L 
Courtland ave intersects. 

82 Almand A W 

86 Craven Cornelia 

92 Ladd D B 

99 Vacant 
100 Smith J M 
loi Proctor J D 

103 Brantley R A 

104 Taylor H L 

105 Close C 

106 Gray Mrs G 

108 Miller John 

109 Hollingsworth J F 
no Smith J M 

112 Logan Carrie S, <: 
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113 Henderson R A 

114 Clark & Matthews 

115 Williams J W & Co, ^ 

116 Wilson & Robert 

117 Ransom Mary, c 

118 Alteneder & Co 

119 Cunningham & Maddox 
ii9^Dyer Caleb, f 

Kendrick Gus, c 

120 Green J W & Bro 

121 Brinson & Co, c 

123 Campbell Henry W, c 

125 Cash Eliza, c 

126 Clay Wm A, c 

127 Conner Oscar, c 
129 Moreland Green, c 

129 Goosby T & W H, r 

130 May Reuben, c 

131 Herren Lulu, c 

132 Donahue F A 

132 Wilson Peter, c' 

133 Mabson Andrew, c 

134 Vacant 

136 Stafford Mrs Mary 
138 Donahue Mrs Mary 
140 Jones Lucinda, c 
Wheat St Bap Ch, c 

144 McHenry W, c 
Bethel A M E Ch 

145 Nolan Lizzie, c 

147 Thomas Lawrence, i 

148 Green Virginia, c 

149 Freeman Henry, c 

150 Marion Wash, c 

152 Wingfield Eliza, c 

153 Ross Winslow, c 

154 Holland Julia, c 
159 Lee Charles 



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37 ^Whitehall Street. 

WHEAT— Cont'd. 
159 Gates H, c 

Butler intersects. 
Glor JJ 
72 Robinson Geo, c 
74 McGee S, c 
78^Huss J F & Co 

79 Eskridge Peter, c 

80 Summers Floyd, c 

81 Edwards Dennis, c 

82 Mitchell Clara, c 

83 Foy Austin 

Bell intersects. 

84 Reeves Tobe, c 

85 Jones Wm, c 

89 Cater C C 

90 Partee Young, c 

90 Butler Slater & Co 

91 Fleming Thomas, c 

92 Hines Ida, c 

93 Davis Lina, c 

94 Cobb J M, r 

95 Green J W & Bro 
95iCouch I L 

97 ^Bishop G W 

99 Mapp John 
201 Holbrook Ben 
214 Jackson J H, r 
216 Alexander Elizabeth, c 
218 McDowell & Co, c 
220 Robinson & Wynn 
222 Robinson & Wynn 
222 Barnes H B, c 
224 Wimbish Annie, c 
224^Heard Willis, c 
226 Vacant 
2 2 6^Crawford B B, c 



228-230 Mitchell Robert 
22.9 Starnjes R A 

Fort intersects. 
Wheat St Baptist Church 

231 White H 

232 Robinson V, c 

233 Foster W, c 

234 Crumbly F H, ^ 

235 Bonner Julia, r 
Davis Daniel, c 
Boykin Frank, c 

236 Smith S 

237 Darden Knight, c 

238 Ware Sam, c 

239 Washington Henry, c 

239 Carter R H, c 

240 Hall R A, c 

241 Flewellyn H, c 
Gates George, c 

242 Drake Sam, c 
Pope Hattie, c 

243 Henry R J, ^ 

244 Burden S, c 

245 Wood Lee, c 

246 McCann J, c 

247 Smith J W, ^ 

248 Wilson Henry, c 

249 Martin E L, ^ 
251 Harris M, r 
260 Jones Ed, r 

262 L'ggens Mandy, c 
264 Gibson C, r 
266 Pickens L, c 

268 Derricott Nancy, c 

269 Hollingsworth Richard, c 

270 Wilcox Geo, c 
276 King C, c 

280 Kennel James, c 
282 Freeman Henry, c 

Jackson intersects. 
286 Northington C N 

289 Hampton Presley 
Watson R F 

290 Smith Henry, c 

292 Steward Selina, c 

293 Clayton Moses, c 



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300 Horton Wm H, c 

307 Baker R H 

308 Hill Joseph M 

318 King C P, c 

319 Delbridge A J, c 
321 Lewis Isom, c 
325 Stinson Jane, c 
330-336 Atl Ptg Ink Wks 

339 Mayfield Reuben 

340 Scott J, I- 

341 Redding W G, c 

342 Johnson Jesse, c 

343 McGee C, c 

345 Hearnard Eliza, c 
350 Hill Robert 
352 Klein C A 

373 Wheat Mack, c 
223 Parks Wm, c 

Boulevard intersects. 
363 Joyce T W 

365 Carter J C 

366 Hollingsworth W R 

366 Brown Jerre, c 

367 Thurman J T 

368 Jackson A J 

Hague intersects. 

369 Miller'R E 

370 Jenkins A S 

374 Blackman C 

375 Holbrook W A 

377 Chapman M E 

378 Garrett W 

380 Hollinsworth A H 

381 Hentschel G 

384 Latimore James, c 
389 Buzbee C K 
391 Hollingsworth A M 
393 Smith Newton, r 
395 Wright Aaron, c 
Ray W R 

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R R s w to limits, divides 
Wards i and 2. 
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picture prame Maker, 

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Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. All styles of Pictures 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. Also, Portrait E^els. 

2>^ Marietta Street. 

2 Pope R C 

3 Eiseman & Weil 
3iGreen E H 

"Gartrell L T 
Rhett W H 
Cunningham J D 
Mecaslin W J 
Grady Cadets Armory 
Atl Turn Verein 
Knott J J 
Glenn Photo Stock Co 

4 Lagomarsino John 

5 Lynch Jerry 

6 Miller & Collins 
6^Parker Oscar 

Johnson J L 
Arnall Chas S 
Sibley R L 
Jarnagin Dr Wm C 
Erwin H C 
Smith P F 
Couch I L 

7 Lester & Kuhrt 
Scott F M 

7^Reinhardt A M 
Skeen L P 
Hyde E H 
Longino Dr T D 
Olmsted J C 
Ryan David W, c 
Wright James 
Atl Chess & Checker Club 
Hutcheson & Key 
Arrowood J M 
Gilbert W L 
Lofton M E, r 

8 Kahn Bros 

9 Patterson & Caldwell 






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SADDLES AND HARNESS 

33 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

Se«Pft««58. ATLANTA, BEOReiA. 

WHITEHALL— Cont'd. 

Brown Walter R 

Chattahoochee Canal Co 
10 BoUman Wm 
lo^Sang Sam 

12 Vacant 

13 Heinz & Sons 

13 Wiles R J 

14 Hutchison & Bro 
i4iHobbs A G 

Myrtle House 
Keeney H G 
Blackburn & Garrett 
Battle T C 
Young F M 

15 Carlton B C 

16 Donehoo E F 
Thompson J S 
Rodgers R L 
Pattillo S H 
Pianka T 
Cooper O Z 
Hutchins M B 
Rosser C V 

17-19 Eiseman Bros 
18 Gay A O M &Son 

20 James J H & A L 

22 Delbridge A J, ^ 

21 Erskine Wm 

Alabama intersects. 

23 Capit 1 City Bank 
Met Real Est Co 
Germania Bldg & L Assn 
Atl Baggage & Cab Co 

23^Angier Clarence 
Anderson J A 
Ga L S & B Co 
Hall & Hammond 



Weil & Goodwin 
Blalock & Birney 
Bowie J A 

24 Rosenfield A & Son 
24^Holland S G & Frank 

Connally S N 
Connally E L 
Crenshaw W & T 
Odd Fellows Hall 

25 Thornton J R 

26 Lumpkin, Cole & Callaway 

27 Freyer & Bradley 
O'Neill & Eraser 
Smith C W 
Wright R E 
Smyth Bryce 
Haskell W W & Co 
Whitney L G 
Westmoreland T B 

28 Am Notion Co 
2 8paber J J 

29 Kenny & Satzky 

30 McKenzie & Riley 

31 Freeman & Crenshaw 

32 Daniel J C & I 
32i^Catching B H 
33"Force G H & A W 
33^Kuhn J H 

O'Dair & Shumate 
Woodcock W W 
34 Foot Abe & Bro 

34 Motes C W . 

35 Black R C 

36 Richards S P & Son 

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Tlie CMcest aol Finest Branls 


36 Nunnally J H 

37 Fetzer's Clothing Store 

38 Muse George 

39 Plymouth Rock Pants Co 
Whitehall Hotel 


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WHISKIES, WINES AND 
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11 uid IS Mitchell nod 102, 104 and 


40 Regenstein J & Co 

41 Anderson J A & Co 


106 Broad Streets. Tel. 420. 




42-44 Hirch Bros 


58-60 Crandall Mr and Mrs 


42|Thornton J A 


Charles 


"Atlanta Dental Depot 


58^ National Copying Co 


Holliday & Bro 


61 Ryans J Sons 


Jackson R G 


62-64 Keely Company 


Dorsey & Howell 


62iAdler Mrs M C 


Dornan & Murray 


"Coleman Mrs M V 


Warnock W J 


64I Crist Dr M Z 


Beaumont A 


St, Schumann T 


Ashton Miss M L 


63^ Atl Med and Surg Journal 


43 Simon & Frohsin 


Browne W G 


43^Wells Mrs J R 


Lind E G 


Greene C C 


Link J A 


Kraus C A 


McRae F W 


Bak H 


Kennedy L P 


45 Ryan Miss Mary 


Hunter intersects. 


46-48-50 High J M & Co 


65 Scott R J & Co 


47 Stevens J P & Bro 


65^ Moore's Business College 


47^Carpenter L D 


"WiUiams Mrs C 


CoxL M 


Alexander Hooper 


Lawshe Er 


66 Chamberlin, Johnson & Co 


49 Kreisle Alex 


66itWheeler & Downing 


49^Crichton School of Short- 


"Cassell & Co 


hand 


Robinson W C 


Hudgens Miss Laura 


Smith D & Son 


Lanier Mrs M A 


Stockton F 


51 Picket A F 


Langbien W S 


52 Kutz Max 


Morgan E T 


53 O'Connor Kate 


Presb Home Mission 


54-56 Rich M & Bros 


Robinson Mrs C H 


55 Stilson F J 


Holroyd Miss Sarah 


Collier & Collier 


Lichtenstadt M L 


Martin E W 


Thomas Dr J P 


Quillian F A 


Frazee Orion 


56^Judson Miss A 


Amer Bap Pub Society 


Thomas E G 


Bigby & Berry 


Edwards & Son 


Central Pub House 


57 Watts Julius R & Co 


67 Nolan A A 



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96 Steinhauer J F 


97 Dittler Alexander 


ONE PRICE 


98 Wolfe Henry 


Clothiers and Hatters, 


99 Finley W R, e 
99^ Giles J A 




100 Jeter, Malone & Camp 


17 and 19 Whitehall street. 


loi Benjamin & Cronheim 
loi^ Giddings C G 




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"Crichton L M 


dy^Vacant 


Hood J W 


dp^CONKLIN CHARLES A 


Divine K C 


MFC CO 


Duncan J W 


70 Hetzel Miss Lizzie 


102 Smith & Stoney 


Harris C A 


103 Brotherton W H 


Stiles C A 


MitcheJl intersect'^. 


Phillips Miss I 


104 Glover W B 


Wynne Miss N 


104I Wooley B M & Co 


Anderson Mrs M 


106 Wo Lung & Co 


Bennett Jas 


io6| Ansley L H 


71 Wheeler"& Wilson Mfg Co 


"wilson Mrs Kate 


72 Hart Bros 


108 Sawtell T R 


73 Blue E W, Watches $1.00 a 


no Vittur Charles 


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'J4-T8 Thanhouser S & Sons 


112 Allen & Fuller 


75 Gt Atl & Pac Tea Co 


114 McNeal W S 


75^Patterson G W 


116 Bailey Byron 


77 Duncan & Camp 


118 Kidwell Edward 


77^Reynolds W W 


120 Steiglitz Fred 


89 Morgan David 


122 Brady J D 


80-90 Grant House 


123 Jentzen J 


79-81 Gramling & Nisbet 


124 Laird Wm 


82 Steinheimer Isaac 


125 Kreis J 


83I Lycett Wm 


i24iFlakeMrs H A 


Condon Mrs L 


126 Johnson W E 


84 Snider L 


127 Wasser A, agt 


85-87 Wood-Stearns-Beaumont 


129 Cottingham J D 


Company 


130 Cottingham J D 


86 Hightower J B & Co 


Coleman Mrs F 


88 Dohme Robert 


131 Fugazzi A 


89-91 Rhodes & Haverty 


132 Garrovv George 


86-90 Grant House 


133 Rauschenburg & Co 


90 Hoyt & Thorn 


135 West W H 


92 Lieberman & Kaufmann 


137 Stowers T J & Co 


93 Maier & Berkele 


i37^Tidwell J S 


94 Brown Charles 


i38^Mitchell A W 


95 Lynch Peter 


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140 Corrigan John 
i4o^Binnie Alexander 

Duffy Mrs J 
142 Mitchell I S 
i42^Flynn B W 

Rucker Miss Julia 
Rawles Mrs Margaret 
Smith Mrs M 
Zimmerman R P 
Peters intersects. 
45-147 Trinity M E Church 
46 Chamberlin E P 

48 Morrow S J 

49 Roach E J 

49 Phillips Isaac 

50 Latimer Miss M C 

51 Greenbaum Mrs H 
51 Latimer Mi-s M 
53 Frank Harry 

55 Root Mrs A A 

56 Cook J H 

57 Steinheimer David 

58 Vacant 

61-163 Wathan Richard 

65 Hopkins J R 

66 Hoyle W E 

Garnett intersect. 

67 McCall T K 

68 Goldsmith D S & Co 

69 Westmore Isaac, c 

70 Peers J L 
Nicholas Miss Mattie 

71 Lee Hop 

73 Smith David 

74 Ayres Mrs S 
77 Kiser J B 

80 Ryan John 

81 Logue J J 

83 Clark Mrs Annistine 

85 Vacant 

88 Cunningham Mrs S C 

89 WylyJ 

191 Steinheimer Jacob 
7)2 Bryan E S 
73 Abbey M E 



PIM & TAYLOR 



-(ON TRACTORS IN- 



Raising and Moving Bnildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



Tel. 806. 



213^ E. Alabama. 



195 Buchanan J B 

196 Jones G M 

Brotherton intersects. 

197 Platten J J Jr 

198 Vacant 

Fornuvcdt commences. 
20 r Kiefeistin Cage 
203 Love T D 
206 Wilson S M 
208 Roberts G B 
269 Kuhrt H G 
213 Heinz Charles 

213 Lafontain Edward 

214 Rauschenberg C A 

216 Johnson O B 

217 Love Dr W A 

218 Johnson O B 
221 Loeb Jonas 

226 Leibman Isaac 

227 Abraham August 

Fair intersects. 
Cooper commences. 
230 Steiner Albert 

233 Richardson F M 

234 Regenstein Julius 
239 Haskell W W 
241 Albright Mrs M 

241 Dodd Phillip 

242 Woodruff J W 

244 Rosenfield Abraham 

Windsor commences. 
254 Leak H F 
258 Thompson E 

258 Ward well R L 

Junction Forsyth. 
Upshaw & Lindsey , 

259 Morgan D 



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Telephone 330. 



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MILL SUPPLIES, 

MACHINERY AND TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, Pittings and Bmh 
Goods. 

73 and 75 S. Broad Street 

WHITEHALL— Cont'd,, 

262 MagnanCV o'^^noi ^(^ , 

266 Johnson WE •• m 

267 Steinheimer I 
Smith Dr Mary 
De Wold at commences. 
Kaufman C 
Wellhouse Mrs F 

278 Benjamin S 

284 Dugger J M 

285 Foote Michael 
Edwards W W 
Jackson I E 
McLean Mrs C E 
Richardson W S 
Clarke M 
Davies Mrs M E 
Tanner' a al commences. 

297 Schane J 
303 Fields A P 
306 Bloodworth J G 

310 Carr Mrs J F 

311 Rosser E B 

312 Caldwell J E 
McAllister W E 

319 Johnson W A 

320 Daniel J S 
324 LylcAJ 

328 Berkele John 

Hood cominences.^'-^^' ^^' 

329 Thomas LP -wf 1 ■ 
331 Owen O F 

333 Beermann H C 
339 Smith R W 
342 Belsinger Mrs R S 
344 Kleinert Miss M 

346 Francis T H 

347 Robinson Mrs E H 



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348 Perkins J O 

349 Hightower J D 

350 Owings J D 
352 Hunnicutt E 

354 Wiley A J 

355 Bellah Mrs S 

356 Nipper J D 

357 Button C H 

358 Jones W B 

359 Greene WD 1 

Smith cwnm/'Mceh. 

360 Shelton T A 
363 Evers J F 
365 Marvin Dr G W 

Dickson T T 
Motes C W 
Erskine Wm E 
Smith O A 
386 Maddox J J 

McDaniel intersects. 

389 Newmeyer Jos 

390 Well L C 
397 Cobler F A 

403 Varnadoe R A 

404 Vacant 

404 Mullaney J J 

405 Mitchell E J 

406 Broomhead J S 

407 Austin Bloomer H 

408 Forster T S 
413 Johnson R J 
416 Arnold W H 

Tinsley W R 

O'Rear J D 

Barker B 

McMillan G H 

Emanuel Nathan 
Himiphries intersects. 

Green R B 

Hellems C W 
433 Congregational Church 
440 Letherwood W M 

Brantley A H 

Ride A S 

E T V & G intersects. 

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WRITIN6 MACHINE. 



Torb«i« A HeC*iidl«as« 
Oca«nU A«e«to eeonri* and Alabam*, 
S3 Klatbiai bEoom* ]>Ma*«r St., Telephone 72. 



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465 Almond M B 
469 Schmitz Wm F 

Ocmulgee intersects. 
495 James C W 
494 Heath A T 
497 Broughton S P 
500 Brown H C 

517 Brosius F J 

518 McMaster M 
520 Loyd & Bro 
524 West Wash, c 

McCoy E, c 
Atlanta Ice Co 

WHITE'S ALLEY, from 
Chapel to Dover, between 
Stonewall and Haynes. 



WHITNEY'S ALLEY, from 
rear 129 Wheat e to Butler, 
Ward 6. 



WILLIAMS, from W Cain n 
to limits, 2 w of W Peachtree, 
dividing Wards 5 and 6. 
13 Pappa J 

19 Martin J H 

20 Vacant 

23 Pitts D L 

24 Schneider J D 

28 Printup C T 
32 George J H 

Harris intersects. 

29 Pitchford D 
36 Turner Lou, c 
38 Harris M C 

Ripley intersects. 
48 Hawkins G W 

Baker intersects. 
Cooper J T 
65 McAfee — 
96 Parks J 
67 McDade W C 

69 Hollis J B 

70 Flesch T 

71 Osborn J B 



■AKUPACl'aRKR OF 

Ready Mixed Paints 

Graining nd Oil Colors, 

Wlitelead.l-CoatCirmgePaintSi&c 

F»etory, 331 Decatur Street.- 



-Ofllce, 60-62 Marietta Street. 

Simpson intersects. 
73 McCallister Miss Ella 
75 Billingslea L C 

Powers intersects. 
Alexander intersects. 
84 Matthews D M 
86 Taylor Geo 

Milh intersects. 
88 Hawley G K 
100 Schmidt F 
102 Patterson A M 

105 Key A J 

106 Martin G, c 

Parker intersects. 

107 Peek Tina, c 

no Payne Rebecca, c 
Davis John, c 

111 McCrary A 

Hunnicutt intersects. 

112 Daniel A 

113 Lyle Agnes 

Pine intersects. 

McWhorter W A 

Strout Victoria, c 

Moseley Harriet, c 
334 Young Mary, c 
340 Paint Joseph, c 
342 Logan Frank, c 
344 Baugh Martha, c 
346 Rogers Joseph, c 
348 Berry Joseph, r 

WILLOW, from North ave to 
Cox, I e of Courtland, Ward 
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WILSON, BeUwood, 3 west of 
Walnut. 



CIGARS, jH. G. KUHRT.l' 

TORAOOO f CKriTiHMiAL BUI Lome. f. 



PIPES, ; : 
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Babies' Picturesf J^u^^ Premium Art Gallery, 

A SPECIALTY AT i 33>i WHITEHALL STREET. 



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37 inrbitefaiall Street. 



WILSON AVE, from Peach- 
tree road n Atlanta, e to en- 
trance of Piedmont Park. 
Barnwell W E 

52 Jones C, c 

53 Riicker Neal, c 
|<iiies Thomas, c 
Piedmont Park 



WINDSOR, from Whitehall 
June ol Forsyth w to limi 
Ward 2. 
12 Meyer Leon 
14 Vacant 

./o?(f.s bcgini<. 
25 Dunlap T J 
27 R(jbinson J I- 
30 Rayson J T 
34 Seamans Mrs J H 
34 Galamore S A 
38 Wilkins Samuel 

Orange emh. 
42 Cerf Mrs Sophia 
44 Boynton H A 

48 Scruggs W L 

49 Shropshire A J 

Raw><on intersects. 
55 Franklin J H 
59 Dailey S E 

65 Steele W B 

66 xMayer I M 

67 Mclver J E 

Eugenia commences. 
69 Weecking C W 
79 PelotJJ 
83 Klein Daniel 

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87 Klein Daniel 
Conyers F H 

90 Crosthwait H C 

91 Shropshire I S 

93 Dooly W H 

94 Hudson R N 
98 Corbally J A 

Fulton ends. 

1 00 Oxford J I 

10 1 Hardy R A 

103 Thompson M O 

104 Fischer H C 

106 Collins I D 

107 Caldecott George 

108 Street G T 

109 Woodson W L 
109 Johnson W A 

1 12 Maddox C K 

R (V7( a rdson i ntersecU . 

Crumley intersects. 
Vacant 

McEwen W F 
Hill C P 
130 Jones Mrs S V 
132 Denton R W' 
134 Conley J C 

Glenn intersects. 

1 Harris Daniel, c 

2 Jones Sallie, r 

3 Robinson Wm, c 
Ingram Hinnah, c 
Ozburn J H, r 
McKing Babe, c 
Vacant 

8 Gunn Susan, c 

9 Carter Charity, r 

10 Harris Sun, r 

1 1 Gant Lizzie, c 

62 Grimmet Henry, r 
McCune Grantland, c 
Hill F, c- 
(jrain George, r 
Grant Church 
Georgia ave intersects. 
274 Gober W A 



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77 LOY0 STREET. 




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276 Onyet Mrs E L 

277 Swarts H J 

279 George R D 

280 Laird Abraham 

281 Galliford Wm 
283 Hammond W R 
285 Wood T A 

287 Allen W R 

300 Meigs Mrs M F 
Gilbert R J 
Adams S H 
Atl Iron Foundry 
Calhoun 1 H 
E T V &:G R R shops 
Ellis Crawford 
Henry J L 

Ste vem intersects. 
Williams Mrs Sallie 
Shields Joseph, c 
McCann Mansfield, c 
Holliday Rev 
Hudson Christopher 
Johnson Edward 
Martin Virgil 
Simmons Mattie 
Williams George 



WOOD, see Dabney. 

YONGE, from 366 Decatur n 
to Wheat, i e of Hilliard, 
Ward 4. 

Whaley Lee 

Kitchens J T 

White B M 

U pshaw M E 

Carlisle James 

Hentschel C 

Perrine W H 





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Ornamental, Gold, Bronze and Composi- 
tion Mouldings. AH styles of Picture* 
and Frames. Stretchers prepared for 
Crayon Portraits. AIbo, Portrait Easels. 

2% Marietta Street. 

28 Turner H M, ,f 

29 Grogan Mrs F M 
31 Buchanan J F 
;^T, Keirsey Wm 
35 Oden T B 
39 Weaver J H 
41 Hall M 
44 Skinner G, c 
46 Ellison Fronie, c 
52 Green N, c 

57 Mason A, c 

62 Lee L S 

64 Stevens Reuben 

Gartrell commences. 
70 Hollingsworth J W 

74 Christian T J 

75 McWilliams G W 

76 Shields H G 
78 Goode C C 
80 Dunn D C 

('Jiamberla in com mences. 

104 Jackson Camilla, c 

105 Cook Mrs F E 

106 Nesbitt Arnston, c 

107 Vacant 

Edgervnod ave intersects. 

108 Alexander James, c 

109 Alexander Harriet, c 
no Higgiiibotham W, r 

1 1 1 Watts H D, r 

112 Smith Mary, c 



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DENNISON MFG. CO. 



-MANUFACTTHlEltS OF- 



TAOS 

Stationers' Specialties. 

DENNISON'S TOURISTS' TAGS FOR TRAVELERS. 

Btratton's Gummed Labels and Gummed Paper of all colors; L.egal and Notarial Seals; Fold- 
ing and Fancy Tickets; Mentzel's Patent Suspension Ringt*; The Star Copying Pads; 
Dennison's Game Counters; Wedding Cake Boxes; Visiting and Playing Cards, Ftc. 

SEALIXTQ WAX MAKERS. 

PAPER TARGETS FOR RIFLE PRACTICE. 

Phillips' Hook and Clasp Tags ; Kimball's Self-Fastening Tickets ; Postal En- 
velopes ; McG-ill's Paper Fasteners, at Manufacturers' discounts. 



C OLORED T ISSUE P APERS 

AND 

Propr/eiors of "Silver White," Best Article for Polishing Silver, and 
Miller's "Jewelry Cleaning Casket" and "Silver White Casket." 

JE^WELERS' BOXES. 

Jewelers' Cards, Pink and White Cotton, Fine Twines, Etc. 

x>fi.xtc^g;-isi'S' :oo:x::e3S, 

Apothecaries' Powder Papers and Shaviag Papers. 

FOR DENTAL AND SURGICAL PURPOSES. 

JAPANESE NAPKINS. 

yjJL. OUR GOODS AKE FOR SAIiB BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE AND BY 

DEXTXTZSOXT MFG. CO., 



!e« and 28 FRANKLIN STREET, BOSTON. 
630 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 
143 WALNUT STREET, CINCINNATI. 



198 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 

109 and 111 WABASH AVKNUE, CHICAGO. 

404 NORTH THIRD STREET, ST. LOUIS. 



7 SHOE LANE, LONDON, ENGLAND. 



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WRITING MACHINE. •'"'••''^^•""^••^*- 

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/~\. i/\ X ^g6 c>f the world", ' wHeh th^y dan be had so cheap *y ^ 

and on such reasonable terms, should be ashamed to ask the ^r 

time of another. E. VV. Blue, the $i a week Jeweler, is lidw j^ 

at 73 Whitehall street. . '^ i(\Rdt\i\J. ^^ 

Aaron Jasper, wks Atl Cotton Mills, res Means, Bellwood ^^ 

Abbett Charles E, elk C R R, bds 439 W Peters ^ 

Abbett Henry M, Sec and Treas A & W P R R and W Ry^'of ^^ 

00 Ala, r 439 W Peters, tel 545 ' "' ' ^S 

J " Jacob A, elk Bolles & Bruckner, bds 439 W Peters >i 

S Abbey Mason E, r 193 Whitehall g' "" 

^7 ; " Richard N, traveler, r 76 Boulevard' '^^^ '^^'^ '^'^^- lO^loi. ;^ a 

rS^ " Theodore H, bkkpr Conkling Mfg Co,4 334''litickik' " tc 

f<a>' Abbot Emily H, teacher arithmetic Atlanta University 2 ^ 

^Cd Abbott A S, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co , ■ \ « 

^^ Abbott Benjamin F (Abbott & Smith), tel 68'^,r 171 Peachtree » 

a:> " Benjamin F, Jr, elk R & D R R, bds 171 Pekditree. ' = 

P— ' '^ Charles, bds 171 Peachtree ' '■ - "' 7 '' * 

_ ^i " George B, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co rOO :& flBXtrieao^i. -' 

" John N, policeman, r 263 W Fair '^" f"^'> ^"^ o 

" John T, mach DeLoach Mill Mch Cov^-b'dk s Side 4th, i '■w- ^ 

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" Leopold H, policeman, r 343 W Petet^"^^ '^^'^^ ^^ ^^^ -^^"^^ 3 

" Lewis L, com mcht, r 143 S Pryor ' ''■^''^^ -J ^^^ ^"^^^ r.JaoD/ 9 

Abbott Milo H, (Hilderbrand & Abbott),' b4 143 Waltoi?"^»-^ *:: 



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Marblsixed Iron, Slate and Hard- 
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^^_rf' Abbott Noah, died June 28th, 1890 ^^" 

r** < " Sibyl E, inst Eng Dept Clark University ■■■ 

" Theodore F, machinest, r s side 4th i \v Tumlin 

'' Warren T, hostler R & D R R, r 6 Cornelia 

" Wm L, (Treadweil, Abbott & Co), r 227 Washington 
Abbott & Smith, tel 716 (Benjamin F Abbott, Alexander W 
(!^^ Smith), Attorneys 50-54-55 Gate City Bank Bldg 

^gl Abel Wm G, mngr Atl & Gate City Gas Light Cos, r 36 W Baker 
I" J Abercrombie Hugh, bkkpr Thos M Clarke & Co, bds Talmadge 
^^^ " Thos A, elks John Ryan's Sons, r 204 E Hunter 
^^H Abernathy Drusilla E, (wid W C), r s w s South i s 4th 
51^^ " James L, (J L Abernathy & Co), r 234)4 Decatur ^^ 

" Joseph M, collector H A Smith, r 44 Crumley ^^^ 

^Zl^ " J L & Co (J L Abernathy), druggists, 234 Decatur ^^_ 

i^ " Lulu E (wid Reuben D), r 258 ^4 Decatur 

^~j " Rose I (wid John H), r Gordan W E 
"*~*H " Samuel D, bailiff, r Jackson i s Ponce de Leon ^^m 

" W C, died Aug 5, 1890 ^3 

^■^ Abies see also Abel ^U^ 

^^^ " US, wks Gholstin, Haas & Guthman ' — '— » 

^^ " Cornelius, brick mason, r 78 Walker nrx 

^SH^i Abnett Joshua, c, lab city, r 73 Valentine ». C^ 

^ THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL f 2 

^^T Is Superior to all Others. 24 S*atta Broad Street. (^ Q 

, — >— >> Abraham August, dry goods 38 Decatur, r 227 V hitehall 3 I 

p ^ " Robert, c, wks Austin & Boylston, r4 Frazier I "^ 
<J H Abrahams Thomas, c, r Pine W E 
O ^ Abrams Charles, c, carp, r 8 Jennings' Alley 
rt S Abston John A, wks W & A R R, r country 
" 2 Academy of the Immaculate Conception, sister M Rose, Superior, ^ fjZ 

t- 02 80 Loyd ^ '" 

^ Acker see also Acre, also Akers H f/y 

^^-^ " Edward W, wks R & D, bds 283 E Fair " cD 

t:^ " Ernest H, yd mast R & D, r 283 E Fair ^ S 

<*~^ " James W, rec elk R&D, bds 283 E Fair P O 

^■■^ Ackerman Abram K (Ackerman & Co) r 9 Highland ave P f" 

LTT!^ " Charles E, carpenter, r 40 Chamberlin (/j q 

^'■■"^ " George W, supt Gas Co, bds 9 Highland ave H ^ 

- Ackerman & Co, (A K Ackerman, J A Clarke) mdse brokers 
f^^2t and com mer, 491^ E Alabama 

Ackers Ben, c, wks ice house, r rear 48 Martin g 

j.**^ j " Noah, c, drayman, r 20 Logan ^ 

f j \ Acme W N, wks Woodward Lumber Co ^ 

1^ ' Acosta Mrs M L, bds 15 Washmgton ct> 

^— *^ Acree, see also Acker, also Akers S^ 

nAIBElfk I IIB/inPIl A A C UANTELS, FRONT DOORS, VERANDA and 

DUDdS LUMBEK UO■'rro£';^^ Sash, Doors & Blinds 

Office and Factory, Cor. Mitchell aitd Mangum StM. K. HARDWARE, GLASS, PUTTY, ETC., ETC. 



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Atlanta Rubber Co. 

16 Decatur Street, 
(.ATIiAlTTA, - - QEOBGIA. 



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Acree Mrs Annie, wks Fulton B and C mills 
" Daniel H. wks Van Winkle Gin & M Co 
" James, wks Fulton B & C Mills 
" Sarah M, (wid Thomas) r i Waterhouse 
" Thomas, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 44 Factory 
" Thomas, carp Pittman & Co 
Acton T M, r 136 W Baker 

Adair Augustus D, (Adair Bros .l- Co) r 68 Washington 
Adair Bros & Co, (Tel 701), (A D Adair, G B Adair G W 
McCnrty, James D McCarty), cotton tactors, 2714 W 
Alabama 
" Forrest, with G W Adair, r West End 
" F G, rms 85 Loyd 
Adair George W, (Tel 79), real estate, 5 Kimball House, 
Wall, r 461 W Peters, (Tel 507) 
George W, Jr, bds 461 W Peters 
Green B, (Adair Bros & Co), r 71 Washington 
Isaac, c, wks A&WPRR, r8 Solomon 
Jack, bds 461 W Peters 

James A, ticket agt W & A R R, r 27 Hood 
Mrs Jennie, music teacher, rms 25 Cone 
John S, grocer 25 Hampton, r same 



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Adair John T, grocer 23 Ivy, r T41/ Whitehall 

" Jordan L, elk J S Adair, r same 

" Robin, r 461 W Peters 

" Rufus L, carrier postoffice 

" Wm L, asst agt W & A R R, bds 27 Hood 
Adams Absalom Q, engr W & A R R, r 232 Luckie 

" Amos, c, wks city, r 63 Hilliard 

" Miss Angelyn, prin Boulevard school, r 291 Marietta 

" Mrs Belle (wid John T), bds i 15 Rhodes 

" BR, c, packer Rhodes & Haverty Furn Co 

" Caesar, c, wks \i\ Gas Light Co 

" Charles, wks Mattress Fcty, bds 112 Luckie 

" Char.'es, c, lab, r 53 Johnson 

" Charles C, cond G P R R 

" Charles E. eng Met St R R Co, r Pope, South Atl 

" Charles T, carp, r 50 Bush 

" Charles, c, butler, r Pittsburg 

" Dock, wks Atl Cut Mills 

" D, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 114 Gilmer 

'• Ed, c, driver, r Ladds al 

" Eliza, c, cook L H Hall, r rear 



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Adams Eugene F, mach R & D, r 212 Edgewood ave 

Frank, r, wks E T V & G, r Ira bet Arthur & Fletcher 

Frederick, c, porter James Bank, r 16^ Whitehall 

George W, c, janitor Pullman Pal Car Co, r 175 Blackmon 

Henry, wks Atl Furn Fact, r 13 Strong 

Henry P, supt C C Club, r same 

Hugh B, sten W & A R R, r 74 Calhoun ^ rojo/- 

James A, much hd Manning Furn Co, r 202 W Fair liohA 

James M, cond W & A R R, r country ii£i''jA 

James T, cond W & A R R, r country 

Jasper W, motorman Fulton Co St R R, r 193 Highland ave 

John, painter, bds 112 Luckie 

John, <:, lab, r 8 Graves 

John, c, carp, r 8 Solomon .,.; Y\ ^ 

John, c, butler F M Potts 

John, c, lab, bds 164 Decatur 

John J, yd cond G P R R, bds 348 Marietta 

John Q, <■, helper J Alexander, r 6 Solomon 

Joseph, c, carp L L Nunn & Co, r 94 Connally 

Joseph J, mach, r 16 Strong 

Joseph P, commissary agt Pullman Palace Car Co, r 83 Ellis 

J Quinton, re-toucher C W Motes, rms 34 Whitehall . 

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Adams Laura E (vvid Alfonso C), r 19 E Mitchell 

" Mrs Leonora, r 291 Marietta 

" Lorenzo D, grocer 22 Pine, r same 

" Martha, c, cook A J Riser, r rear 234 Ivy 

" Martha A (wid Benj), bds 95 Jones 

" Mary C (wid Wm H), r 11 Mills 

" Mary K (wid John), bds 74 Calhoun 
Adams Max, prop The Marlborough, rms old Capitol bldg 

" Rev Myron W, A M, instructor in Greek Atl University 

" Pscar, wks Ad Cotton Mills, r Irwin W E 

" Pendleton C, watchman G P R R, r 64 Thurmond 

" Percy H, secty The Home Co of Atlanta, bds 69 N Pryor 

" Peter, c, lab, r 14 Glenn 

" Roderick, r, brick mason, r 108 Hilliard 

" Richard, car|), bds 67 P^xpo grounds 

" Robert, lab, bds 67 Expo grounds 

" Robert E, elk yard master E T, V & Ga, r 204 Houston 

" Samuel, c, carp, r rear 225 Hill 

" Samuel, r, porter T Schumann, bds 7 Mangum 

" Samuel L, bkkpr Met St R R Co, bds S Pryor, S Atlanta 

" Si A, c, wks E T, V & G, r Windsor, bet Amy and Fletcher 






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XT Adams Susan, housekpr Lucy Ball, r 56 Jackson 
>Tr^ " Theodore D, elk Keely Co, bds 42 E Mitchell 

jrj- " Wm, c, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r Moore 

^^ " Wm D, wks W & A R R, r country 

-tV " W H, mach hand Manning Furniture Co 

I^ " Wm T, bkkpr Ga Ice Co, bds 22 E Pine 

^J^ " W F, elk European Hotel, bds same 

" W Quincy, cond Met St R R Co, bds S Pryor, S Atlanta 

Adamson Albert, messenger G P R R, bds 54 Simpson 
" Charles Q (Adamson & Son), r 345 Hill 
JH^ " Charles Q Jr, elk Adamson & Son, bds 345 Hill 

XJ " Gertrude, r 345 Hill 

■j^ " Robert L, elk J F Morris, bds 16 Garnett 

-l^-- *' Thomas C, locksmith, r 46 Rawson 

-^-^ " Wm C, locksmith, bds 54 Simpson 

I " Wm E (Adamson & Son), bds 345 Hill 

•^M"^ " Wm R, janitor Capitol bldg, r 54 Simpson 

XT " & Son (Charles Q & Wm E), grocers, 262 Decatur 

-|— » Adcock Jane (wid Geo), nurse F B Ferris, r 55 Irwin 
~^ Addie Thomas, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, bds 13 Washington 
-tV " Warner, r, lab. Sou Agrl Wks, r 25^ Rock 

Addison Allen F, wks Expo Mills, bds 5 Expo grounds 



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Addison Charles B, physician, r 85 Loyd 
" John, wks Expo Mills, r 5 Expo grds 
" John T, wks Expo Mills, bds 5 Expo grds 

Adelson Harris, peddler, bds 166 Decatur 

Adkerson Daniel, r, lab, r 103 Forest ave ,. Ch 

H " Joseph, c, lab, r 103 Forest ave 

^^^^ Adkins, see also Atkins ^0 Ch 

-i^/jr " Caesar, c, lab, r Oliver, Edgewood ^* 

-___ " David, c, plasterer, r 104 N Bell ^^ 

-■^ " Elijah, c, lab, r rear 23 Davis . 2 1> 

JB^ " Lane, <r, lab, r rear gc Markham r^^^ 






Lane, c, lab, r rear 95 Markham 
I^ " Ned, c, bds 6 Orange 

" Thomas A, engraver J P Stevens, bds 5 Church 

Adkinson, see also Atkinson j^ 

" Cordelia (wid Robert H), r 146 Jackson W 

^ Adler Claries, elk Keely Co, bds 152 Whitehall (>•• 

■jY " Isaac, trav Wellhouse & Sons, r Norfolk, Va t^^^ 

-^ " Morris, pres Ad Paper Co, r 265 Washington tT*** 

j*\ " Moses, paper 81 S Broad, r 28 Merritt's ave «j, 

Tl " Mrs M C, dressmaking 62^2 Whitehall, r 28 Merritt's ave ^ 

JS " Sigfried, trav Atl Paper Co, rms 214 S Pryor • •• 

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Adolphus Hozzy B, carp, r Martin, S Atlanta ^^m 

" Miss Jennie, cashier M Rich cS^ Bro, r Martin, S Atlanta ""^ 

" Joseph, dean and prof phys Ga Eel college, r Martin, S Atl ^^J 

" J Chatfield, carp, r Martin, S Atlanta * 

Aenchbacher Alfred G, trav, r 18 Gilmer C^^ 

" G N, carp R «& D R R, bds 40 Boulevard ^ ^ 

" John L, moulder VV & A, r 66 Simjjson Sc9 

Affleck Prof A H, trav Freyer & Bradley, r Montezuma, Ga ^^ 

Agnew Wm H, trav Russell & Co ^^^_ 

Agricola Charles, wks mail dept Constitution, bds 19 Connally %# 

" Herman A, baker H R Durand, r 19 Connally ^JJ 

" Herman jr, wks Constitution, bds 19 Connally ^^j 

Ahearn M, tinner, Hunnicutt& Bellingrath ^""1 

Ahern J J, cond Ga R R ^^J 

Aiken, see also Akins ™™* 

Aiken Charles F, grocer, rms 3 Greens Ferry W R C^9 

Elizabeth (wid Richard), rms 28 Ella (old Barracks) ■ — ' — • 
Frank M C, brickmason, r 32 Stonewall »^ 

John M, carp, r Ashby Belhvood "^ 

Lucy (wid Henry T), r 171 Luckie ^ 

Samuel, c, brakeman G P R R tTl 

Sarah (wid Thomas J), r Bell wood ^ ^ 



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Aiken Wm F, brickmason, bds 32 Stonewall K^O 

Airs Theodore, c, cook Marshall House J» ~- 

Akers, see also Acker, also Acre M-^^^ 

'' Allrn, (\ lab, rms 26 Mangum PQ t/5 

" Carrie, c, chambermaid, r rear 126 Ellis J 

•' Elbert, c, lab, r 67 Valentine '■ *~^ 

" Frank M, trav, Langston & Woodson, Smyrna, Ga 

" Gus, f, shoe mkr J C Baker, r 88 Markham 

" James S, with S M Inman & Co, r Cobb Co ""2^ 

Akers John H, Fuller & Akers Lumber Co, r 367 W Peachtree f^t 

" Mrs MoUie, r 47 Lambert IB-r^ 

" Wm, c, lab, bds 18 Bradbury al »3 *^ 

" Wm T, r 367 Peachtree M Q 

Akins, see aho Aiken i^"^ 

" Augustus, r, wks Phoenix Planing Mill u'h2 

" Daniel W, carp Beutell Mfg Co, r 25 ikrean ave H-SC 

" Henry, brkmason, r State st cor Moore H fTl 

" Louis A, carp, r 136 W Baker ' >^ 

" Milton M, wks R & D R R, r 3 Borne ^ 

" Wesley, wks Fulton B & C Mills ^ 

Akridge Bettie, r, r rear 33 Poplar t/5 

p^'C*/^ /^"D/^TT/^TJ' r Manufacturer of Marble autl 

vIJ— #v-^. v^ JvVy \J Vi'XJ. } (jranite Monuments, Headstones 
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Akridge George W, grocer 43 Chapel, r same 

" John T, grocer 130 Mangum, r 82 Davis 

" Joseph S, bds 82 Davis 

" Richard, c, wks Loyd & Bro 

" Thomas J, elk G W Akridge, bds 45 Chapel 

" Thomas, c, wks Stewart &" Bf»wden 

•' Wm, c, wks Sou Furn Co 
Alberson Wm, wks C H Swift, r 125 Fraser 
Albert Charles, c, lab, r 62 Jackson, Bellwood 

" David C, elk W H Brotherton, bds 119 Loyd 

" . James R, lawyer, died Sept 23, 1890 

" Lynn B, teacher, r 56 Ivy 
Albert Wm J, lawyer 2}4 Marietta, r 86 Fllis 
Albiecht George, bkkpr, bds 72 Marietta 
Albright Frederick, watchmkr Abe Fry, bds 241 Whitehall 

" Mina (wid Albert), r 241 Whitehall 

" Walter H, carp W R Jester, r cor Jones and Grant 

" Wm, c, lab, r rear 174 S Forsyth 
Albritton Robert, candy wkr, bds Eockwell, cor Cunningham 
Alcorn Charles, glass blower, bds 13 Fortress 
Alcutt A L, baggage master E T, V & G R R 

" James, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 

" Wm L, watchman E T V & G pass depot, bds 159 E Hunter 



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'Y-^ HAVE BARGAINS FOR 
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Alden John B, W G Archer, mngr, publisher, 71 Whitehall 

" bkkr Longly, bds St James Hotel 

Aldersoii T A, blacksmith A A Smith 
x\ldred Edgar E, elk John Neal, bds 89 Ellis 

" Nina (wid James), r 153 W Fair 
Aldredge John, bkkpr Lester & Kuhrt, r 125 Thompson 

" Nancy (wid Stephen), bds 5 Garnett 

" Sarah Jane (wid Thomas), r 175 E Hunter 
Alexander Abraham, r, blacksmith, bds 15 Hull 

" Abraham, c, driver, r 63 Bradley 

" Alex, oculist 6 Warren Place, r same 

" Charles, wks Boyd & Baxter, r near Bellwood ave 

" Charles, c, driver W E Hoyle, r Ladd's al 

" Cicero C, c, grocer 239 W Peters, r same 

" David, c, candy maker, r 93 Reed 

" Dennis, c, lab, r Sims near Roy 

" Edward P, elk \V & A R R, r 25 Wheat 

" Elizabeth, c, eating house 216 Wheat 

" George W, c, porter W & A R R, r S Boulevard 

" Hattie E (wid Isaac F), grocer Blakely ave near Calhoun 

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o'~ Alexander Henry, c, porter S S Moore, r W Mitchell near Haynes \^ 

^^ " Henry, c, servant Mrs A P Talmadge f^ 

~ O- " 'He'nr\' /- rp<;1-niirant t /i T Palhoiin 

oT> Alexander Hooper, (Alexander & Lambdin). lawyer 20'^ R oi hrt 

«« Ala., r 43 Walton (Tel 379) ^^ «0 e^ 

^■o £ " Isaiah H, c, shoemaker 2 Fraser, r 93 Reed 

> 5 5 " James, c, mach, r 37 Reed Oj ^^ 

'5 a» " James, c, driver, rms 25 Mangum 3> mQ 

^^^ " James, c, lunches ;^6 Decatur, r 108 Yonge O ^.^ 

^ o " James E, student, bds 6 Ashby O ^^ 



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" James W, wks Sou Agr Wks, r 39 McAfee -, ^, 

" John, c, wks L H Hall & Co, bds 16 Warners ave ' Q 

" John, farmer r 6 Ashby m ?Y\ 

" John, c, carp, bds 84 S Terry 7* 

" John Jr, c, beef market 308 Fraser, r 84 5 Terry Qp. 

" John D, ry mail elk, bds 32 Larkin ^ 

" John T, wks G P R R, bds 6 Ashby ^ 

" John W, capitalist, r 237 Cooper ^~ 

" Joseph, wks C R R O 

•' Joseph, c, coachman J D Collins, r rear same • 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 93 Tatnall u^ 

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Alexander Joseph A, treas Clifton Chem Wks, r 381 Peachtree •?* ® 
" Julius M (J M Alexander & Co), r 163 Peachtree ■* 

Alexander Junius, c, blacksmith Ivy, s w cor Exchange Pice, p ^ 

r Randolph cor Houston (See p 69) P O 

" J M & Co, (Julius M Alexander, Adolph J Brady), hdware, Q**^ 

27 S Broad M^ 

" Louis, c, driver Black & Mcintosh, r 5 Lowes al Jd ^ 

" Major, c, porter A Daus, r 20 Lowes al (^ " 

" Marsh, ^, wks G P Ry P-J? 
" Martin, c, shoemkr A J Delbridge, r 27 Hammock Place © 

" Montezuma, c, wks E T V & G'R R, r 335 Ira ^g 

" Philii>. bkk[)r Dobbs Lumber Co, bds 6 Warren Place p ^ 

" Richard, c, wks brick yard, r 8 Fain r^ Hi 

" Richard H, c, wks S S Bed Co, r Oliver, Edgewood \^ ^ 
" Salina M (wid Elijah M), r W Peachtree, nr cor Emmett g 

" Sanders, c, wks Boyd & Baxter, r rear 437 Peachtree fj^ P 

" Sarah A (wnd Aaron), r 163 Peachtree ^m 

" Selina S (wid Joseph M), r cor Ashby. and W E ave, WE '^ 

" Simon M, c, minister A M E church, r 182 Rhodes c6 

" Sol, collr Sciple Sons, r 6 Warren place ^ 
" Thomas, umbrellas, 116 WMiitehall 



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MAWUFACTUBBB8 OF 

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^^ Alexander William, c, lab, r i86 Markham P 

^, " William D, eng Y M C A, r 368 Wheat h 
00 " W H, <r, mesgr paymaster's office U S army, r 108 Yonge yS^ 

U.-T ' Alford Alonzo E, jeweler F J Stilson, bds 155 Whitehall WmW 

po " John, wks Adanta Bridge & Axle Co ^c|g 

t^^ " Joseph S, collector, r Irwin, W E O^o 

I'll.' I Alfred James M, moulder DeLoach Mill Mach Co, r s w cor §oq 

CL=3 Grove and Exposition »^W 
^^ Alfriend Alfred H. r cor Oak and Peeples, W E 
^ j Algee Wm E, auditor A & F R R, r 374 Courtland ave 

Allan Wm R, trav F E Block, r 208 Jackson gg^ 

Allen Adelia (wid Andrew), rms 22 Ella, old Barracks "^wS 

»' ' " Alexander M, lumber, r 193 Jones No>. 

i=^ " Alfred, c, wks H Crankshaw & Co, r 14 Hill's ave %ii!^ 

C5<2 " Alonzo, c, r 102 Hogue OK"! 

oaT *' Alonzo D, wks A Foote & Bro, bds 41 Kennedy § 

j^i ' . " Rev Ambrose A, <:, r 8 Chestnut Q 

5o " Anderson, c, waiter L) U Sloan ► 

^^3 " Andrew, c, carp, r 387 Houston 

pf^ " Arglin A, c, bds 8 Chestnut 

* Armel G, elk J F Beck, bds 975 Marietta 

' Augustus G, engineer Southern Phosphate Co A. 



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Allen Bailey, c, lab, r 66 Mngnolia § 

" Barton F, grocer 201 E Hunter, r 119 same O 

" Belle (wid J L), bds 9 Ponder g 

^__^ " Beverly R, bkkpr, r 9 Ponder §» 

r- — > " Bird, carp, bds 6 Hampton gWH 

^^ " Brister, t, buder F B Gartrell gStJ 

^ " Calhoun, wks Moncrief & Co, bds 156 Mangum -^S? 

tass " Charles, c, carp, bds 387 Houston gW^ 

^^^ " Chess, r, drayman, r 177 Robbins W^^ 

^ ' " Christopher, student, bds 71 Smith ^oj^ 

S5 " Dave, c, cook, r 200 Bell ^^q 

■ {"~^ " David, c, butler, bds 51 Wheat K^- 

c=» " Ed, r, wks Chattahoochee Brick Co §0^ 

i > " Edward, wks Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co h^^P 

'^y^ " Emanuel, c, wks Boyd & Baxter ja® 

(=1 " Eugene A (wid CuUen), dressmaker, r 177 Alexander ' •^ 

^^ " E T, farmer, r Flat Shoals road ^ 

^^E " Frank, c, porter M B Avary & Co » 

^^ Allen Frederick L, mgr city circ N Side Constitution, r 40 S tf 

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CJ3 " Georcre, c, driver, r rear 27 Davis — 



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U ALL 312 ALL ff^ 

Q Allen George, r 34 Borne ■■■ 

0" George P, drummer Slix, Krouse & Co, Cincinnati, rAi2 ■■■ 

h- Luckie ' ^^ 

Oij " George W, fireman C R R, r 41 Kennedy ^ ^ 

DC " Geortie W, car inspector, A & W P R R. r 40 S Bell ^^ 



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George W, Jr, elk C Rainey, bds 40 S Bell 
Georgia, c, teaching, r 88 Randolph 
Green, c, W & A R R, r rear 16 Wells 
d " H D, elk J F Beck, bds 975 Marietta 
^ ^ " James, lab, bds 11 Leonard 
^ " James, c. wks Kimball House, r 263 W Peters 

a[J5 " James, c, carp, bds 377 Houston 
" James C, (Allen (&: Boylan), r 19 N Moore 
0" James M, wks W J Martin, r 15 South 
, " Jane, (wid Erley), r 17 Savannah 

^ " John, porter J A Findley 

v_ ^ _. " John, wks Gate City Coffin Co 
. " John, c, servant J B Crawford 
^^ " John A, c, wks Pritchett & Henry, r 73 Gartrell 
John C, feeder J P Harrison & Co, r 22 Ella 
John D, ])rescriptionist, Hutchison Bros, bds 25 Wheat 
John M, cond Fulton Co St Ry, r 216 Hilliard 






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Rans Snccessfally Under Back Water. 34 S. Broad Street. 



y "^ Allen John S, wks L H Hall & Co, r 17 South 

" Josepli B, day watchman Capitol, r 115 Rawson 

W>^ " Joseph R, wks F C SC, r i8 McDonald 

y ' "^ " J^evi, i, driver city, r 13 Humphries 

■ _" ■ " Lionel R, salesman J B Hightower & Co, r 175 Courtland 

g ^ " Louis F, mach Bros'.us M Sg M Co, r W E 

H V g " Lucy J (wid Wesley) r 17 Walnut 

inni " Luke, c, carp, r 377 Houston 

" Mansfield, c, wks Atl Furn Mfg Co, r Bellwood 

^^,^^ " Martha A (wid John), r 120 Gullatt 

■v,r--g " Nathan S (Allen & Fuller), r 20 E Mitchell 

Si — ^ " Prince, c, lab, r 174 E Cain 

" * " P H, cigarmkr A Cuesta, bds Nashville Hotel 

.^ '• Riley, c, wks Atl Brewing Co, r rear 95 E Harris 

y^'^ fc ■• Robbie, c, r 68 James 

^ " '' Robt, r, grocer 107 Martin, r 49 Fulton 

S-^-J " Samuel, r, lab, r 24 Biggers 

^-T^ g " Sanford J, salesman, r 185 E Hunter 

■ I g; " Stanley P, Vice Pres Atl Rubber Co, r 150 Courtland 

f^ ■ '• Van, c, gardener, r rear 96-98 Capitol ave 

^ , M " West, c, wks Chattahoochee Brick Co 

DOBBS LUMBER CO.{IlM°[?<^»I^» 

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0^^ Allen Miss Willette, teacher kindergarten, Capital Female College ' 

g^ " William, wks Atl Furn Co, bds Tumlin, 5 n Wallace ^^ 

Umm " W Benjamin, tinner Wingate & Mell, bds 137^ Whitehall KMj 

^m " William H, elk John Ryan's Sons, bds Metropolitan Hotel J^ 

■^^Z " Wm J, carp Woodward Lumber Co, r 129 Chestnut 

2^ " Wm M, c, shoemaker A J Delbridge, r 39 S Terry ^^ig 

g^ " Wm R, eng E T V cSr G R R, r 287 Windsor ^J 

^^^ " Wyatt, c, well cleaner, r Richmond, n e cor Fraser ^^ 

" & Boylan (Jas C Allen and Jos Boylan), dry goods, 194 Ma- 

0^5 rietta and 50 Decatur 

^■"" " & Fuller (Nathan S Allen and Albert Fuller), bakers, 112 

^*^ Whitehall 

™^^ Allensworth James H, salesman Hughes & Law, r 78 Calhoun g^pg 

^' " Mrs Jennie F, matron Natl Surgical Listitute, r 22 Edge- ^2C 

c ^ wood ave ^ ^ 

oj " John C, phys Natl Surgical Institute, r 22 Edgewood ave jj^^B 

03'^ Alley A R, physician 18 Decatur, r 49 N Calhoun ' ' 

"2 «^ " Chester, c, driver Golden Transfer Co ^^ 

O j^ " John A, elk J P Northrop, bds 49 Calhoun ^pD 

p,^ AUingham Wm H, bricklayer, bds 34 Hills ave ^^ 



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^^^ Allison Newton, carp, bds 11 Plum 

^^ " Sanford, c, wks mail dep Constitution office, r 97 Fraser 

^y^ Allums Erwin, c, briekmason, r Newnan's al 

Almand Augustus W, baggage master R & D R R, r 82 Wheat 

" Benjamin F, grocer, Flat Shoal Road 

" Floyd, c, elk, bds 10 N Calhoun 
O^ " Francis M, elk M B Almand, bds 465 Whitehall 

" Hayden C, wks F C S Co, rms 9 N Boulevard 
^w " J T, died Sept 21 1890 

^J^ " Lonnie, wks R & D R R, bds 9 N Boulevard 
J*0 " M B, grocer, 465 Whitehall, r same 

^M Almand Marion W, mngr Morris Newburgei & Sons, whol 
M|a^ clothiers, Philadelphia, Pa, r West End 

J^Ni " Patrick, c, driving, bds 10 N Calhoun 
^^j " Tabitha (wid Augustus), r 22 Jones 

Alsabrook James L (J L & J T Alsalarook), r 255 E Fair 

" John T (J L & J T Alsabrookj r 255 E Fair 

" J L & J T, grocers, 253 E Fair 

" Wm M, packer J Neal, r 65 Larkin 
Alston Allen P, c, grocer, 114 E Cain, r same 

" Henry, c, carp, r HoUins, s e cor Austin al 

FOR FURDITURE ADD CARPETS 

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g^ Alston J M, stenographer P W Collier, bds Marietta, Ga ^ 

" Lem el J, elk Thos M Clarke & Co, bds Marietta, Ga JW 

" Robert H, tel opr W U T Co, r 63 Hood ^ 

" Susan F (vvid Peter), wks Franklin bindery, r 27 Cone 

" Thomas P, broker, 62 E Alabama 

" T H, printer Journal, r Decatur, Ga 

" Westley, c, cook Durand rest, r 31 Reed 



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„-J " Wm C, i\ checker W & A R R, r 291 Jones 
^"p> Alteneder Charles, butcher, r 117 Calhoun 



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I fe| Alverson W D, with C H Swift & Co 

Sd"!^ Alvis Wm, mach, Winship Mach Co Q 

'^'^rr) Amazon Ins Co, Mawry & Riley agts, 32)^ S Broad 
"gW g Ambler Frank, elk G P R R, bds 47 E Simpson 
g « « Ambrose George, c, driver, r 63 Fort 
|| § '^ H J, elk R & D R R, r Clarkston, Ga 
mS American Baptist Publication Society, FJ Paxon mgr, 

^ ^ 66;4 Whitehall 

' ^ American Building, Loan and Tontine Savings Assn, 2 ^t 
G W Lester, Jr, sec and treas, 21 Old Capitol bldg 
American Match Co, C W DuPre pres, G C Silman Jr sec 
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^ goods, notions, ladies', gents', children and infants' — 

a^ furnishers 28 Whitehall ^ ^U 

(f) American Press Association, Charles S Patterson mgr, 105 • ^ 

rf\ S Pryor 2 

'^ ^ American Refrigerator Transit Co, R B Chase agt, 68 Gate City " 

H Bank bldg jj 

jV J American Trust and Banking Co, incorporated, $500,000, ^ 

K) K James W English Pres, W J Van Dycke V Pres, Edward Q 

W S Pratt Cashier, J no K Ottley asst Cashier, 10 Decatur J* 

[V ^ Amis Fannie T (wid Thomas P), i 311 Courtland F4 

'^ HH Amisom Henry, sausage mkr J M Stewart, r 172 W Fair ^ 

m tr Amnions W W, policeman, r 19 Stonewall y^ 

^ > Amorous Martin F,, gen mngr, sec & treas Atlanta Lumber ^ 

y* . Co, r 213 Ivy y 

-■ ^ Amos Alexander, c, lab, r rear 132 Smith JT 

" Charles H, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 184 S Pryor Q 
" Green, c, driver T S Powell, r rear 89 S Pryor 
" Jacob, c, drayman Hightower, Hallman & Co 
" Jesse, c, wks A Foote & Bro 



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^-^ Amos Mark, ^, wks O A Smith & Co, rms 145 Markham 

jl" " Miles, c, mortar maker, r 235 Boulevard 
JH Anderson Aaron, c, janitor Storrs School, r rear 104 Houston 

-j:^ " Alfred, c, lab, r 10 Glynn 

~--^ " Allen, c, wks city, r Dunl p bet Cain and Highland ave 

■*^ " Alonzo, r, (Wright & Anderson), bds 214 W Baker 

-^^ " Andrew, c, lab C Brown, r 194 Irwin 

" Andrew J, eng W «& A R R and hack line, r 115 Rhodes 

"PfV " Andrew L, elk Atlanta Carriage Co, bds 49 E Ellis 

" Andrew V, elk J A Anderson & Co, bds 413 Peachtree 

" Arthur, f, buder W B Lowe 

•' Augustus M, wks Eve Journal, bds 16 Haynes 

IKT " Ben, c, lab, r 368 Eraser 

J " Charles, c, servant C C Club 

AmA " Charlotte T, (wid Henry), r 52 Gilmer GjO 

-Aj- " Claude, fireman Met St R R Co J— 5 

•^-^ " Miss Clifford, dressmkr, 52 Gilmer ^S3 

-K^ Anderson Clifford L (King & Anderson), lawyer, r 514 . 

_|H^ Peachtree 

" Daniel L, c, grocer 91 Tatnall 

" Durwald V, printer Sou Alliance Farmer, r 137 Luckie 

o Atwatfir narriairfi fin |"«*°»-«^"««'-t"i"*«o«": 

* illllUlUl VUlil[ifJi \J\i* (. WAYS, Ac. of McLEAN A KENOAU'S Manufacture. 



Jt5 Anderson Edgar R, runner Fire Co No 3, r 71 William 
Jg^ " Elisha, c, lab, rms 92 Dover 
T~^ " Emory T, r 49 E Ellis 
^_ " Eugene, c, canceller postoffice 

^^ " Fletcher G, elk L Lutz, r Hampton bey limits 

-^ " Floyd, r, wks G R R 
Jg^ " Frank P, engr W & A R R, r 193 Powers ^ 

^^ " Fred, c, lab Ad St R R 
----^ " George, c, drayman, r 3 Fain 
-^^ " George, c, lab, r 6 College 
•^^ " George W, wks Expo Mills, bds 60 Expo Grds 

" Harvey L, elk Lowry Hdw Co, bds 49 E Ellis 

^ " Haywood, c, lab, r 92 Dover 

—^ '' Henry, c, lab, r Kennedy, n w cor Emmett 

JL " Henry, r, lab, r 227 W Hunter 

Xv " James, c, lab, r rear 109 Garnett 

2lk. " James, c, wks Southern Box Factory 

Anderson James A, asst city attorney and lawyer, 23^ White 
hall, r 183 Courtland 
James A (James A Anderson & Co), r 413 Peachtree 



.j^L^ " James A, jr, bkkpr W A Russell, bds 413 Peachtree 



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John H Jones), merchant tailors, clothiers, gents' 
furnishing goods, 41 Whitehall, tel 533 
James H, bkkpr E T, V & G R R shops, bds 2iBailey 
James R, painter W & A, r Lee, bet Curran and State 
Jane E (wid John), r 63 Capitol ave 
Jefferson, c, blacksmith, r rear 82 Spring 
Jesse J, eng A&WPRR, riio Crew 
John, c, lab, r 105 Tatnall 
John, feeder Budden & Son 
John D, carp, r 40 Pratt 
John R, cond W & A R R, r country 
John W, lab, bds 123 Marierta 
John W, baggage master W & A R R, r country 
Jordan, c, wks J Brown, r 242 Wheat 
Joseph, wks Sou Agl Wks, r Hampton 2 n Curran 
Joseph, c, lab, bds 105 Tatnall 
Joseph H, c, tailor G M Howell, c 
Joseph P, mach Van Winkle G & M Co, r 123 Eraser 
Judge C, eng W & A R R, r 151 Walton 
Leonora, seamstress, bds James Cannon 



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Anderson L A, wks H Crankshaw & Co 

" Mrs Maggie, dressmkr 70^ Whitehall, r same 

" Marcellus, wks W U Tel office, bds 21 Bailey 

" Marinda, (wid John), r 123 Marietta 

" Matilda, (wid James), r 60 Expo Grounds 

" Newton T, wks John Ryan's Sons 

" Nat P, wks E Atl Land Co, r 9 Daniel 

" Richmond, c, wks C Schoen & Son, r rear 52 G R R 

" Robt, c, fireman, r 7 Soloman 

" Robert, c, lab, r 5 Hunnicutt 

Anderson Robert A, genl supt W & A R R, r 69 Capitol ave 

" Robert G, wks Technological School Shops 

" Robert L, fireman W & A R R, bds 193 Powers 

" Rogers, c, bds rear 100 Elliott 

" Roscoe, wks Constitution, bds 70^ Whitehall 

" R Bennett, flagman G P R R, bds 30 Howell 

" Sanford, c, wks Mark Berry, r 445 E Fair 

" Sarah (wid Wm), bds 25 Cone 

" Susan, (wid Archie), dressmaker, bds 60 Richardson 

" Thomas, broker, bds 12 Wheat 

" Thomas H, c, drayman, r Martin n e cor Little 

" Tom, c, waiter Markham House 

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^_Q3 a i' \Y[^ H^ head jeweler Freeman & Crankshaw, bds 260 Crew " M 
J-a § " Wm H, trav M C & J F Kiser & Co • ^ 

:^£ " Win P, (VV W Anderson & Son), r 98 W Fair « 

= Anderson Wm T, (Wm T Anderson & Co), 44 >^ S Pryor, bds > h^ 
Ixl 44 Church ^ ^ 

'~;;'^ — ' Anderson Wm T & Co, (Wm T Anderson), broker and com, ' P^ 
-i^ 4414 S Broad f ^ 

C ^ «' Wm W, (W W Anderson & Son), r 21 Bailey 3 ^ 

Willis, c, lab, r 28 Battle TO K 

i " \Y W 8z Son, (Wm W and Wm P, grocers), 147 W Peters 
Andre Wm M, printer, r Ashby, W E 
^ & Andrews Albert J, bds Ga R R, Edgewood 

- " Allen, wks'E T V & G R R, r 308 Gate City 
Ansley B, ins agt, rms 94 Nelson 
Charles B, agt Arbuckle Bros, r East Point 
Charles L, wks A & W P R R, r 84 E Cain 
Edgar T, elk T H Miller, bds 21 Ella 



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Andrews George J, painter, bds 5 Rhodes ^ ^ .^"^^^ 

" George L, wks H Spilman, r 84 E Cain 

" George W, wks R & D R R, r Ga R R, Edgewood 

" Jack, c, lab Peters park, bds nr cor Cherry and 4th 

" Jacob, c, wks E T V & G R R, bds Ira, bet Arthur and 

Fletcher 

" James T, physician, rms 127 Green's Ferry 

" James W, carpenter, r 50 Randolph 

" John, c, wks R R r 50 Parks 

" J E, elk A & W P R R, r 67 Ivy 

" Lee, c, plasterer, r 306 Calhoun 

" Luther, c, wks Boyd & Baxter 

" Marum, wks Elsas, May & Co, bds 50 Randolph 

" Mary, (wid R), r 5 Rhodes 

" Moses, c, wks Sou Furn Co, r 330 E Hunter 

" Philip, c, lab, bds 18 Reed 

" Robert, c, wks S B Callaway, r 82 E Cain 

" Squire, c, lab, r Railroad ave 

" Thomas, c, wks E T V & G, r Ira bet Arthur and Fletcher 

" Thomas J, painter, r t.']6% Marietta 

" Wm, c, head waiter Kimball House, r 59 Fulton 

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Andrews Wm, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 50 Eandolph 
" Wm H, contractor, r 19 Venable 

" Wm M, drayman F A Pittman, r 84 E Cain Ssi 

Andruss Erskine S, eng, r 404 Formwalt -*>| 

Angel George, wks Boyd & Baxter H5 

" John L, wks Atl Furn Co, bds near Bellwood ave f jj 

Angler Clarence, State agt Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co of]^«5| 

Newark, N J, and Standard Accident Ins Co ol Detroit, ^§ 

Mich, 2T,}4 Whitehall, r 219 Spring • k( 

Angler Edgar A, asst district atty U S Courts, Custom house, m 

r 26 Capitol ave 
Angler Hugh, civil engineer and supt U S court house, r 29 
Capitol ave 
" Mrs Hugh, vocal teacher Capital Female College, r 29 Capi- 
tol ave 
"' Wilmer, elk W & A R R, r 89 E Mitchell 
Anglin J Robert, retoucher M M & W H Gardner, r 213 Haynes 

" John S, cashier E F Donehoo, r 213 Hayne ^ r^ 

" Miss Loulie, cashier the Marlborough, bds 113 Handy y) HH 

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Ankrum Thomas, c, blksmth, r 4 Windsor «g hT4 

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Ansley see Alnsley also Ensley 
S ^^ " Bros (Cliff W, Wm S & Ed P), real est, 10 E Alabama 
I S " Cliff W (Ansley Bros), r Decatur, Ga 
<^ " David H, elk Sou Ry & S S Assn, r Decatur, Ga 

" Edward P (Ansley Bros), r Decatur, Ga 

" Jesse A, with Ansley Bros, r Decatur, Ga 
Ansley Frank J, Entei prise Lumber Co, r Dempsey, Ga 

" Jack, <r, lab, r 257 Richardson 

" James W, carp, r 43 McAfee 

" Lemuel H, elk T R Sawtell, r 10614' Whitehall 

" Wiley S, bkkpr Henderson & Boyd, bds no Wheat 

" Wm S (Ansley Bros), r Decatur, Ga 
Anthony Adolphus, c, drayman, r 209 Martin 

" Ansell L, r 77 Davis 

" James N, eng Ga P R R, r 144 Luckie 

" Joseph L, librarian Court House, bds 77 Davis 

" Martin, c, r 149 Irwin 

" Minnie W (wid Mark), bds 205 Peachtree 

" Monday, lab, r 10 Beerman 
Antioke Chas, c, r Wallace, bet South and Tumlin 
Anton Robert A, c, waiter, r 160 N Butler 
Apperson Charles B, works John Cobly, bds 26 Logan 



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Apperson Jacob A, r 26 Logan 

Appier C Edward, spc agt Phenix Ins Co, bds 25 W Baker 
Appier David W, genl agt C R R, 8 Gould bldg, r 25 W 
Baker 

•' Wm W, clerk Torbett & McCandless, bds 25 W Baker 
Appleton George, cabinet maker, r 3 Kennesaw al 
Applewhite Henry T, with Faulkner, Kellam & Moore, r 112 E 

Peters 
Appling Edward J, solicitor J P Babb, bds 124^ Whitehall 

" Henry B, (Garner & Appling), r 2371^ W Peters 
Arbury James R, contractor, bds 218 Linden ave 
Archie Abram, c, wks C R R, r 1 1 C R R 
Archer Calvin C, mach R & D, r 198 Decatur 

" Eddie, wks Evening Journal, bds 78 Tatnall 

" Jeff, elk, bds 198 Decatur 

" John W, with Troy Laundry, r 225 Hilliard 

'• Lewis, mach R tS: D, bds 145 Decatur 

'' Miss May, elk Maier & Berkele, bds 78 Tatnall 
Archer Mrs N N, propr Grant House, 80-90 Whitehall 

" Robert C, r 225 Hilliard 

" Wm G, mngr J B Alden, bds St James Hotel 

" Wm P, elk Lamar Drug Co, bds 78 Tatnall 



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CHEAPEST AND BEST. ( 9>!^ e. Alabama ST. - p. o. box i*s. 

Archer Wm T, r 78 Tatnall 
Archibald Alexander, painter, r N Atlanta 
" Mrs Ellen, r 46 Expo grounds 
" Robert N, candy 19 E Hunter, r same 
Arden Enoch, wks A Foote & Bro 
Ardis Julia, (wid John), r Lee W E 

" Peason L, collector, r Lee, W E 
Arentz Frank C, girdener, r Henry (old barracks) 
Ares Charles, cigarmkr A Cuesta, bds 71 Rawson 
Argo Arthur, elk R M Service, bds 51 Wheat 

" T Ed, tel opr W U Tel Co, bds 29 N Forsyth 
Arlington Hotel, L M Dimick prop, 67 Marietta (See adv 

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Armand Ed, c, lab Atlanta St R R 

'• ], c, lab Atlanta St R R 
Armistead Charles T, r 415 E Fair 

Edgar J, painter W S McNeal, r 415 E Fair 
Joel C, wks Ga R R De]jot, r 415 E Fair 
Luke S, stereotyper Atl Paper Co, bds 120 Nelson 
Mary E, (widow John), r 228 E Ellis 
Thomas M, cotton broker, r 78 Nelson 



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Armistead Virgil, brickmason, r 39 Jones ave 

" Wm D, carp B F Longley, r 193 Highland ave 
Armour Arthur, c, wks Atl Cot Mills 

" Edward, c, lab, St Car Stables, r Spinks Alley 

" Henry, c, lab, r Nunnally's al ^^_ 

" John, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 87 Ga R R ^^J 

Armour Packing Co, W J Connely mngr, 24 E Ala ^^^ 

Armstrong Berry H, c, truckman W & A R R, r Johnson's al 

" Catharine J, (wid), bds 193 Jones 

" Eugene, driver W B Park 

" Flory, c, lab, mis 24 Mangum 

Frank E, wks mailing dept Constitution, r 216 Crew 



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J j^ " K^"y' ^^^ J ^ ^'g^ ^ ^'°' '^ Hammond, W E ^^ 

\M^ Armstrong James S, station mast union depot, r 27 Capi- ^^_ 

tol ave ^^^ 
• " ' Miss Jennie, teacher Fraser st school, bds 216 Crew 
••• " John P (R S Armstrong & Bro), bds 109 W Harris 

" Joseph, watchman Atl Car Co, r 103 W Harris 
^ ' "' " James G, prof elocution, r 11 Baltimore block 

W* " Lee, r Bellwood ave '" " "' 

l_' , " Lizzie (wid Wm), r 216 Crew ^rt 

O ui " Marcus, c, porter A & W P R R, r 36 Parks |- ^ 

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" R S & Bro (Robt S and John P), brokers, old iron, metals 1 "H 

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DEALERS IN ALL KINDSOFOLD IRON AND METALS. ALSO W §3 

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Armstrong William S, prof anatomy and chem surgery Atl 1 ^> 

Med Col, and physician 130 Washington, r same 03 S 

Arnall Charles S, r 17 Baltimore place % § 

Arnheim Ida (wid Lewis), bds 191 Whitehall hj "^ 

Arnold Afestus C, cashier Markham House ^ 

" Alexander, r, lab, r 228 Chapel "* 

" Anderson, c, lab, r 221 Chapel 5 

DOBBS LUMBER C04?.i««^^lBHn|i^ 

Cor. Mitchell & Mangrum Sti. TeL 1046 I Monldlnss, Ornaments, Etc. 



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SttIbcn, Cnbi, To/i. Bull, EraMn, Ite. I ATLANTA, - - GBORGIA. 

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W g '' Bird, c, brickmason, r 131 Calhoun ^#% 

^iS " Carlton & McCord (Charles H Arnold, J K P Carlton, H ^r 

.Jl « Y McCord), who grocers, 20 E Alabama ■ 

^5 Arnold Charles, Sec Piedmont Expo Co, r 107 Pulliam 

]jJ.o ■' Charles H (Arnold, Carlton & McCord), r 170 Washington ■■■ 

C3 « " Charles W, cond G R R ^^ 

^•g " David, r, lab, bds 379 W Hunter ^^m 

Art '' Frank A, lawyer 69I-4 E Alabama, bds 9 Houston 3D 

pH I5 " Frank, c, wks Stewart & Bowden ^^ 

Garnett, elk D H Dougherty & Co, r 500 S Pryor 

Geo, c, wks waterwks, r 73 Richmond 

George, <:, truckman G R R 

H " George W, elk A W Farlinger, r North ave, cor Courtland 

^_ ^ - " Given W, grocer, 609 Marietta, r 20 W Mills 

^^^ " James W, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 18 State 

^^ " Jeff, c, janitor Police Headquarters 

' ^^•m " Jesse, driver J R Wylie r rear 

CI> " John S, elk G VV Arnold, r cor Ponder and W 3d 

fVrS " John W, tinner Chas A Conklin & Co, r 180 Marietta 

^32 " Joseph, c, lab Van Winkle G & M Co, bds 19 Johnson 

j^^ " Laura J (wid), r 449 S Pryor 

H. P. BliOODWORTH.Gen. Agt. 
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E Hunter, bds 42 Walton. (See adv in classified.) r~ 

" Dowry P, lawyer (Arnold & Arnold), 8^^ S Broad, bds 332 < 
Courtland • 

" L W & Co (L W Arnold, A C Briscoe), mngrs Inventoi s g- 

and manufacturers' depot, 18 E Hunter 
" Monroe, (T, janitor Police Headquarters, bds 20 Logan 
_ " N B, carp, bds near cor Blakely and Peachtree 

Q ^ Arnold Reuben, (Arnold & Arnold), r 332 Courtland 
CC " Reuben R, (Arnold & Arnold), bds 332 Courdand 
^ ^ " Samuel, c, wks R & D R R, r rear 55 Edgewood ave 

ii " Thomas, bds 332 Courtland 
_j_, CC " Wm, upholsterer 21 W Peters, r 236 W Peters 
.ho " Wm, c, wks W U Tel Co, rms 73 Rhodes 
;C 0) << Wm, c, lab, r 235 Chapel 

^ " Wm H, ry mail elk, bds 416 Whitehall g Cq 

50 " Wm L, law student, bds 332 Courtland co v^ 

C 1^ " Wm T, contractor, r 62 Pine =: ^ 

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Arnts Wm, <:, wks Atl Machine Wks ^ 

Arrington George P, wks Phoenix Planing Mill yK 

" James M, cond W & A R R, r country 
Arrovvood Cecil C, collector C W Wynne, r 253 W Fair 
Arrowood Jehu M, lawyer 754 Whitehall, r W Atlanta 
Arrowood Silas W, physician, r 27 Rock 
Asbenn Fletcher, wks Expo Mills, bds Expo grounds 

" John L, wks Expo Mills, bds Expo grounds 
Asbury Charles, c. wks Glass Wks, bds McDaniel bet Arthur and 

Fletcher 
Asbury James E, c, physician, (Asbury & Strong), r 196 W 
Mitchell 
John, c, lab, r McDaniel bet Arthur and Fletcher M 

John T, r 35 N Pryor 

Warren, r, driver C T Swift, r rear 215 Capitol ave 
Wm C, r, trav, bds McDaniel bet Arthur and Fletcher 



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uij Ash Charles, r, porter, rms 130 Old Wheat 

PhS* " Robert, c, blksmith, r 306 W Mitchell 

P^ * Ashby Philip, c, asst head waiter Kimball House ^ 

^ It Ashe Sarah E, (wid Richard), bds 319 Courtland 



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MR Asher Wm C, physician, r iii E Simpson «. ^ 

^ Ashey John, bds 42 Smith F \U 

2 Ashf'jrd Charles, c, porter J W Ewbanks 2 

^ " Wm, c, driver Herren"s Hack Line ^ ^^ 

2 " Wm T (Moore, Marsh & Co), r 182 Peachtree • ^^ 
2 ^ Ashland Richard, c, well digger, rms 22 Bradbury al 
< ^ Ashley Claud L, wks Elect Light Co, bds 210 Capitol ave 

(0) '^ " Dred, gardener Joseph Lambert Tjfi 

^ * '* Henry P, mach 47 S Forsyth, r 210 Capitol ave ^ 
^ O '- Samuel M, wiper C R R, r rear 89 Venable 
^ ^ Ashton Miss M L, ornamental hair worker, 44'/^ Whitehall, 

^ OQ bds 48 Capitol ave (see adv page 56) H4 

^ ^ Ashworth Mrs A E, dressmaker, r 142 Calhoun mZ 

•* " John, watchman W S Bell, bds 25 Bell JJ 

^ I Ashworth Thomas F, lawyer, 271^ E Hunter ^ 
^ ^ " Thomas R, gasfitter Guimarin, Engles & S, r 142 Calhoun ^\ 

^ ~ Askem Henry F, physician, 172 Decatur, bds 69 Gilmer ^ 

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" Arthur, c, porter S P Richards & Son ^ 

" James, saloon 5 Decatur, r 57 Garnett fD 
" Samuel H, elk A M Robinson & Co, bds 50 Highland ave \« 



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1*la.ox-xitozx'M, - - - - 23 '\7«7"li.±t«lat«»,ll St, 



AOninrilT lllOIIDIIinCr prompt and liberal settlements. 

AbblUtH I INdUKANbt TORBETT & McCANDLESS, State Ageots, 

Xaplo7«i LbiUlty Akmmc* Oorpoation. ( 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

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1" Askew Thomas E, c, printer C M Motes, r 210 E Cain ^ 

131 " Tobe A, c, forman Robert Finley, r 60 Maple 

El Aspinwall Franklin E, trav Cleveland Bkg Powder, r 10 Angler ave ^ 
lE^ Astin Charles, trav Freyer & Bradley, r 181 Loyd ^H^i 

iT " Jesse, fireman dummy line, bds 61 McAfee ^^'' 

" Samuel T, (Sims, Astin & Co), r 71 McAfee ^ 

" Wm, wks Van Winkle Mach Co, bds 61 McAfee 
^ Atherton Machine Co, Chas A Willcox Sou agt, 9-11-13 N 
-^ Pryor 

^ Akius see also Adkins 

Elisha C, (J W & E C Atkins), r Ashby, W E 

Henry J, bkkpr Dixie Lumber & M'fg Co, r 300 Crew 

James T, wks Expo Mills, r 77 Expo grounds 

Joseph W (J W & E C Atkins), r 54 W Baker 

J W & E C, wholesale hats, 22 Decatur 

Michael I, Jr, trav T L Swift, bds 12 Wheat 

Mollie, c, wks Southern Furniture Co 
mach Dixie Lumber and Mfg Co 



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" B, vvks Atl Paper Co, bds 45 W Humphries 
" Charles D, clerk, bds 146 Jackson 

WUriOMS % MAYS For OLD RELIABLE MILBURNWA&ONS 

friiUUllU (X JJllAlU Call at Atiuater Carriage Co., 39 to 47 W. Alabama St. 



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T* Atkinson Charles N, coupler W & A R R 

Jr^ " Donald, plumber, bds S W cor Hampton and Exposition 

E " Dorsey, r, porter Paul & Gullatt Mfg Co 

S " Elison C, elk J L George, r 341^ W Mitchell 

S " Eliza A (wid Robert), r 146 Jackson 

^j " Miss Fannie R, teacher Walker St School, bds 134 Ira 

S " George C, elk W & A R R, r 146 Jackson 

Atkinson Henry M (DeSaussure & Atkinson), Vice Pres Sou 
Banking and Trust Co, r 7 Ponce de Leon circle 
-^m " Horace, bkkpr J M High & Co, bds 159 E Hunter 

i^ " John, pedler, r 236 Kennesaw al 

3D " Lydia N (wid Rev Wm D), r 134 Ira 

" Marion, carp May Mantel Co, r 59 Georgia ave 

" Marshall, r i Kennesaw al 
^3 " Miss Mary, dressmaker, r 124 Spring 

^2 " Mary E (wid John), r 28 Georgia ave 

^^ " Robert E, produce peddler, r 51 Chattahoochee 

^ " Robert H, fireman W & A R R 

^ " Ulric S, elk Ins Co N America, bds 146 Jackson 

^^ " Wm, wks Gholstin, Haas & Guthman, r 45 W Humphries 

<^ Atlanta Aut Rf Co, 24 E Alabama 

H. G. KUHRT, No. 1 WHITEHALL ST. 

A Specialty }Made of Fine Imported Cigrars. 



PHOTOiSRAPHS { Artistie Style, I ^^ 

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« Atlanta Baggage and Cab Co, W A Hemphill pres, J A 
Colvin vice pres, Jacob Haas sec & treas; office at 
m\ Ca{)ital City Bank and Union Depot. (See front cover.) 

\|f Atlanta Banking Co, C C McGehee pres, William H Nut- 

nting secty, 3 Kimball House. Wall 
Atlanta Baptist Seminary, Rev George Sale, President, w 
end Fair street. (See page 65) 
Atlanta Beef Co, M O Baker mngr, 20 S Forsyth 
J\ Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co, W B Miles pres, J L Creswell 
^J vice-prest, R M Walker sec and engr, 489-527 Marietta 

I " Building and Loan Assn, A B Bostick pres, John T Hall 

^1 Jr sec & treas, 29 S Broad 

■■ Atlanta Car Co, T C Peck general mngr, Houston st and 
J^ R & D R R 

^^ Atlanta Carpet Cleaning Co, J F Beck mngr, 78 Peachtreo 

«" Carriage Hdw Co, M '\ Ecktord, 54 E Alabama 
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. Hon Rufus B Bullock 
prest Paul Romare treas, H G Saunders secy, cor 
ip^ Hunter and Pryor j jq 

Atlanta City Brewing Co, Chas Beermann pres, L Steiner i ^ 
sec and treas, brewery and ice, cor Courtland and Harris o 
(See page 19) j" 



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Atlanta City Directory, H G Saunders mngr, Chamber of ° 

Commerce bldg > 

Atlanta Coffin Factory, L H Hall & Co proprs, Elliott, cor r 

Newton J 

Atlanta Compact Fire Underwriters, J H Raine mgr, 9 

room 65 Old Capitol _ 

" Compress and Warehousing Co, (jeorge W Parrott pres, 2 

John D Turner siipt and treas, W Peters cor C RR »- 

Atlanta Constitution, Constitution Pub Co proprs, W Ala- ^ 

bama, cor Forsyth ^ 

Atlanta Cotton Mills, (cap $300,000) (tel 313) Rufus B ^ 

Bullock pres and treas, E S Clark sec, J Walter Kimball p 

cashr, Marietta cor Magnolia (See page 5) 
Atlanta Cotton Seed Oil Mills, A E Thornton, pres; m 

Paul R"mare, v-])res ; Wm J Montg mery, sec and * 

treas; 15'-! E Alabama m 

Atlanta Dental Depot (R A & John S Holiiday), dental sup- 2 

jjlies, 4lh tloor Hirsch bldg 2 

Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkw^ood and Decatur B & L ^ 

Assoc'n, H L Atwater, j^res ; M A Hale, sec; 39-47 f" 

W Alabama 



GEO. CROUCH I Monuments, Headstones 
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Atlanta Electric Club, H H Jackson, sec ; F E Clarkson, 

treas ; 41^ Peachtree 

Atlanta Elevator & Warehouse Co, Jas K P Carlton, 

pres ; George M Hope, genl manager and treas ; cor 

Spring and W cSj A R R 
Atlanta Engraving Co, 30 S Broad. (See inside back cover) 
Atlanta Evening Journal, Atl Journal Pub Co, proprs; 32 

S Broad 
" Excelsior Co, Chas Cohen, pres; S Pryor, South Atlanta 
*' Exchange and Banking Co, James D Collins, pres; Frank 

P Rice, v-pres ; Charles E Thompson, cashier; Venable 

Bros & Collins l)ldg, Marietta, cor Forsyth 
Atlanta Fish & Oyster Co, Redus & McAllister, props ; fish, 

oysters and game, 113 Whitehall 
Atlanta Furniture Mnfg Co, A J Miller, pres ; P H Miller, 

vpres; H J Fear, mngr ; G B Hinman, supt ; 529-537 

Marietta. (See front cover) 
Atlanta Gas Light Co, W G Abel, mngr; office 10 W Ala; 

works VV & A R R, cor Thurmond 
" Glass Co, J W Rankin, pres; J W Rankin, Jr, sec and treas; 

McDaniel rd, bet Fortress ave and Buena Vista ave 



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Atlanta Guano Co (capital $100,000), John M Green, pres; 
Paul Romare, src and treas ; mnfr fertilizer and chemi- 
cal wks, Clark's Cove Station, 22-23 G^^& City Bank 
bldg. (See page 29) 

Atlanta Home Ins Co, Robert J Lowry, pres ; Joel Hurt, 
sec ; A L Waldo, local agent ; fire insurance ; 39 S 
Broad, tel 674 

Atlanta House Moving and Raising Co, W C Pease Supt, 
office 76 Calhoun 
" Ice Co, J F Eichberg, pres, south end Whitehall 
" Iron Foundry, W S Withers agt, Windsor near Stevens 

Atlanta Jewelry & Novelty Co, Mil F Coons sec and treas, 
J J Rhine mngr. Jewelry and Novelties, 12 S Pryor 

Atlanta Journal, see Atlanta Evening Journal 

Atlanta Loan & Improvement Oo, H H Cabaniss pres, J 
L Riley sec, 32^ S Broad 

Atlanta Lumber Co, D C Bacon pres, M F Amorous genl mgr, 
sec & treas, lumber, shingles and lath, office 7^ N Broad 
" Mach Wks, L H Beck pres, John Carey sec and treas, Wm 
Cook supt. Hunter and Ga R R 



^xeelsiop m Steam m J^aundrxf, 

Specialties: SUIRTS, C01.L.AIUI AND CVFFS. 47 Bccatnr St. 



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IBeal Estate Agent, No. 46 E. Hunter Street, 
Sella, Benta and Exchangee Dairy, Fru.t and 
Truck Farms in all Parts of Georgia. 

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Atlanta Mnfg Co, (successor to Atlanta Show Case Co), Geo 
C Kendall pres, Harvey Johnson sec show case mfrs and 
hard' wood finishers, 6-12 Courtlandav (See centre lines) , , 

Atlanta Medical College, Dr H V M Miller dean, Dr W S g gQ 
Kendrick proctor, Jenkins ^^ 

£ Atlanta Medical & Surgical Journal The, proprs and • ^^ 

QP ningrs F W McRae M D, S P Kennedy M D, and M B m S*^ 

^B Hutchins M D, 63^4 Whitehall. (See page 49) 3) pi 

WH " Monthly, J L Dennis pubiisher, 8}4 Marietta § ^.^ 

rt Atlanta National Bank, capital $150,000, surps $210,645.25, o ^ 

Or. James Swann pres, Paul Romare vice-pres, Charles E y^ hH 

^ S Currier cashier, 15 E Alabama (Tel 281). (See page 12) H ^T 

p*^ * Atlanta National Building & Loan Assn, E C Atkins ^ Q 

^j J pres, Gov J B Gordoi. vice-pres, J W Goldsmih sec and m T/J 

1^ ^ treas, Malcom Johnston genl atty, Joseph H Johnson P 

r^ S mngr agencies, 13-14-15 Gould Bldg 

^5 J Atlanta Newspaper Union, Henry D Wakefield manager, 

^j 2j newspaper printers, publishers and stereotypers, 114-118 

^^ PI Loyd. (See page 56) 

W<j Atlanta Nurseries, W D Beatie propr, McDonough road bey 

■ limits ("Sep nacre at.\ 



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Atlanta Paper Co, Morris Adler pres, Isaac Liebman Jr vice- M* 

pres, Lewis J Trounstine sec and treas, paper and paper Vj,!^ 

d bag manufrs, 99-103 S Pryor *i^^^ 

Pj " Perfumery Co, J L Pinson pres, Charles J Martin sec, T H <P . . 

~^rt Porter treas, 94 S Pryor M^ 

CO 2 Atlanta Photograph Co, W F Motes mngr, C C Krntch 2:g 

{^ y operator, photographers, 49^ Whitehall cTrre 

^r Atlanta Piano Co, office 27 Marietta ^'^ 

Ph nj Atlanta Piano Mfg Co, 28 1/< Whitehall, wks Ga R R and Borne ^ t^ 

f^ ff Atlanta Poultry and Pet Stock Yards, D Morrison prop, ^ i* 

West End i^M 

" Presbyterian, E Y Clarke publisher, 41 W Mitchell ^rt^ 

Atlanta Printing Ink Works, Edward Elkan pres, J J j^^ 

t^ A Hickey sec and supt, 330 to 336 Wheat ff®* 

^^ Q Atlanta Real Estate Exchange, L Mcintosh Ward sec p «^ 

^ and treas, Robert Miller mngr, real estate and financial CD CD 

agents, 5 S Pryor 

Atlanta Rubber Co, (tel 194) C H Chase pres, S P Allen Q'f 

vice pres, G F Covell sec and treas, rubber goods, be t- o 

ing, packing, rubber boots, shoes, clothing and druggists' O 
sundries, leather belting and lace leather, 16 Decatur 
(see top lines) 






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""^' --"--"«' CRESS LUMBER CO. 



At 38W S. BROAD STREET, 
can be hnd all kinds of 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, of the 



f tie Manta Times 

DIRECTORS: 
Prof. T. A. FORTSON, Prcs. Prof f^f^^^^^ofv, ^Edt!^^' 
F. H. CRUMBLY. Ir/ffFjWPY. 

E. L. SIMON. J>of. ^M. n 

A rnnservative Newspaper to Reflect 
A Progressive and Conservativ ^^^ 

the Highest Culture and A^tainmer 

Colored People of the bputn. 

Good Samaritan Building^- - Ivy Street. 

. "'T.^^^In^^en, Studei>ts, Ter.ol.ers, aiul 
Circulates Largely ^n^o.. Ethnic ■ , p^.j.e ^1, in advance. 

Minister.. Agents .vanted E^c^^^^llele. 

1 TO ADVERTISERS: 

• i.TT-Klvertise anioi^r the oolore-l 
;PU^SINESS u.en who wxsa '^^J^'!^ ^,, ,i,,,latio. is 

h people should adven.se .v, T-- . ^ -^.^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^,, ,,^ 

VOU £^00(1. Jlllli'-" 1 

friendship. 

TO SUBSCRIBERS: 

of the leading thmlcers oi the race .* 
'"■\.E..o,.,M,..K.B.Lov.>-«.oo.,>a,.ee„tco,U....™.- 

„atc, ana keeps abreast -^1''-;.'"^ ' . . wy Street. 

Office Good Samaritan Bu.ldmg 



JOB PRINTING. 



ATLANTA TIMES. 

All kinds of Bill-Heads^ Circulars, Cards^ Envelopes^ Letter Heads, 
Concert Tickets, Invitations, Etc., neatly printed. Satisfaction 
i^uaranteed. GItc us your Job icork. 

Office Good Samaritan Building, - Ivy Street^ 



Boot and §)ho6: 




0^ Wofk Treasonable. P( lite Attention and Satisfaction ;| 
(Guaranteed. Call and see me. 

No. 3 East Mitchell Street. 



POM ESTIC • R ESTAUR ANT. 

In Passivc; Srop At 

24 West Mitchell Street, 

\^'I1KUK VOU CAN ALWAYS GET 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. J*olite Attention. 

Uemember the Number : 

24 W. Mitchell, - - A. PERRY. 




Sabseribe for <& <& ^ 
* J^h^ • Atlanta * 5ime.8. 

Office Good Samaritan Building - - - Ivy Street. 



inninrilT mOIIDIilOC r prompt and liberal settlements. 

AbUUbNI IHdUKANbt TORBETT & McCANDLESS, State Agents, 

Zmpl07«t UkbOl^ AnuMMCorpetfttlon. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

1 ATL 327 ATL H 

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2 Atlanta Saw Works, James P McVey prop, 221 Marietta M 
W , (tel 317) (nee classified corner cards) ^_. 
I" Atlanta Steam Laundry, J Frank Beck mngr, 78 Peachtree _ W 
{L^ III " Stone and Granite Co, C E Smith pres, D P Brisben general Tfi *^ 

Q^ jjj mngr, John Walton sec and treas, 13 E Alabama ^ ^^ 

H OC Atlanta St R R, W A Hemphill pres, W S Larendon supt, J 5 '^ 

• J" W Culpepper sec anil treas, 49 Exchange Place q >^ 

" Sun Bonnet Factory, (M Lang k Co) 39^2 Peachtree jj Jl^ 

Atlanta Suspender & Mfg- Co, (J Marks and H L Dreifus) J m ^ 

Fuld mngr, 22 E Mitchell ^ \Ij 






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H Atlanta Telephone Exchange, Wm T Gentry mngr, H H _ 



Jackson asst mngr, 21 14 Marietta ^ ^^ 

,fg^ ^ Atlanta Times, The, r, (weekly). Times Pub Co, proprs, a> ^ 
4\ ^ 101^2 S Broad 2 ^^ 

^ ^ Atlanta Towel Supply Cc, J Frank Beck, Mngr, 13-15 N p| O 
"^ ^ Forsyth (0 M 

Cy Q^ Atlanta Trust and Banking Co, W A Hemphill, pres; A ^ C/5 

D Adair, Chas B Wilkinson, v ps; A Richardson, cash; O h<^ 

E Alabama, s e cor Pryor. (See side lines) ^ ^^^. 

Atlanta University, Rev Horace Bumstead pres. Rev John p CO 

H Hincks dean, \v end Mitchell. (See p 64) PI CZJ 

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^ , Atlanta Vinegar Works (Wm H Brenner & Wallace N Oswald), "^ ^ 

"^ 312 Marietta ^ 

>j • Atlanta Water Works, W G Richards supt, G W Terry, Jr, 3; ^ 

.^ ? secty, Chamber ot Commerce Bldg J* ^^ 

, Atlanta, West End & McPherson Barracks Ry Co j h^h 

^ Q B F Abbott pres, J H Mountain v pres & genl mngr, ^ ^m^ 
Harry L Woodward secty & treas, office 36-38 W Ala "~ 211 

§ fi Atlanta Wire & Iron Works, P W Ryan & Bro, proprs, ^ g 

.^ ^ 30 N Broad J ^""^ 

^ H " Wooden Ware Co (George A Gershon & Ralph Rosen q ^-^ 

^ . baum), 116 S Forsyth O ^^ 

iy H Atlanta & Edgewood Street R R Joel Hurt pres, P H ^ 

Q^ Q Harralson v pres, Litt Bloodworth, Jr, secty & treas, S 1 H-^ 

H T Walker supt, Edgewood ave, cor Ivy C Hg 

'§ S Atlanta & Florida R R R F Maddox pres, T W Garrett ^ ^ 

,^ 9 supt, W E Algee auditor, Geo P Howard G F & P A, ® "^ ^ 

34>^ W Alabama • (/) 

S i Atlanta & West Point and Western Ry of Alabama Q 

^ C H Phinizy pres, H M Abbett secty & treas, Edmunds ^j 

1*4 L Taylor genl mngr, R E Lutz traffic mngr office 8^4 ^j 

Z^ S Broad ; B F Wyley genl agt, 1 1 Kimball House, S Pryor ^2 

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i At"water Carriage Co, H L Atwater propr, carriages, bug- ^^^ 
CTij gies and wagons, 39-47 W Alabama. (See centre lines) •^^ 

C5 " Elijah, c, wks woodyard, r 78 old Wheat 
J^^ " Harper, r, porter Kimball House, bds 127 N Butler 
' ' Atwater Henry L, prop Atwater Car'ge Co, r 311 Capitol ave ^^^ 
^■i^ " Isaac, c, wks W & A R R gen'l offices, r 210 Clarke ^^j 

i£D " Samuel E, c, porter Kimball House, r 87 Martm ^^? 

" Taylor, c, lab, r 242 Wheat 
Atwood Annie (wid Charles), r 39 Powers 
" Thomas M, teamster convict camps 
Q Aubry John, blksmith E T V & G R R shops, bds 68 McDaniel 

OAuerbach Jos A. trav, r 93 Pulliam 1^^^ 

Aughtman George, wks G W Jack Mfg Co ^^^ 

r ^ " James A, wks W & A R R, r 45 Bush ^^ 

^"^ " Jesse, street sweeper 

" O, elevator man Constitution, r 20 Ella 
^^^ Augustus Isaac, c, wks Fulton B and C Mills W 

^^ Ault Allen, elk Ga R R, bds 41 N Moore ^J 

" W A, watchman Ga R R, bds 41 N Moore 
Ausley Alex, c, wks city, bds i E Baker ' ^"^ 

Austell Duncan, c, lab, bds 64 Humphries 
" Francina C (wid Alfred), bds 80 Marietta 



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Austell Idoline L, r 27 Baltimore Place 

rA " Theodore, c, wks W W Austell . 

^rJ '. William W, r 80 Marietta ^Q 

C^ Austin Anthony, c, driver S F Knapp, r Dunns al (0 "p 

^^ " Bloomer H (B H Austin & Co), r 407 Whitehall ^ ^ 

B " B H & Co (B H & C B Austin), chemicals, 37 Capitol block ^ (^ 

^ " Carl, wks Ad Bridge and Axle Co 2 

Charles B (B H Austin & Co), bds 407 Whitehall g g 

Charles F, sten W F Plane, bds 78 Courtland ^ gg' 

Charles H, noty public 13 E Alabama, r 407 Whitehall )& O 

Clifford D, col W S Bell L and M Co, bds 39 N Pryor P O, 

" Edward R, student N J & T A Hammond, bds 407 White- " 

fl^ " Harrison D, keeper city stockade, r 115 W Simpson P 

^ " Henry J, wks T S Lewis | CO 

p^3 " Henry, c, porter A Rosenfeld & Son Sf^> 

^^ " Jacob, c, bds 15 S Calhoun «> <gg 

^^^ " James L, blksmith Peachtree, 3 n of Bowden, r 5 Bowden "^ ^ 

JUI5 " James, c\ lab, bds 18 George or; ^ 

fH^ Austin James W, lawyer 691^ E Alabama, r 35 Luckie ^ gr 

QQ " John, c, driver S F Knapp, r Dunn's al ^ f^ 

( FTJLPrrS, PEW E1TD9, Newel 
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DOBBS LUMBER CO. 

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Austin John A, lab, r 4 Vine 

" Jos P, carp, r 60 Gartrell 

" Kyle, c, blksmith Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 59 Newton 

" Louie B, lawyer 27^ Whitehall, bds 32 Williams 

" Manning, postal elk, bds 35 Luckie 

" Mrs Mary R, (wid Thomas), r 58 E Cain 

" Nathaniel, c, lab, r 10 N Calhoun 

" Reuben, c, drayman W & A R R, r rear 95 E Harris 

" Thomas H (Austin & Boylston), r 58 E Cain 

" Thomas M, carp, r 34 Tumlin 

" Wm, wks Opera House, r 41 Bell 

" Wm, c, lab Hill & Walker, r 75 Howell 

" Wm, c, waiter Kimball House 

" Wm E, trav Sou Agrl Wks, bds 115 W Simpson 

" Wm, wks Van Winkle Gin &c Machinery Co 

" Wm L, elk Fulton Lumber Co, bds 58 E Cain 

" Willis, butler R C Clarke, r rear 463 Peachtree 
Austin & Boylston, (Thomas H Austin, Alfred D Boylston), 

lumber ; E Hunter, cor Butler 
Auten Richard M, physician, 173^ Marietta, r 207 same 
Autry, see also A-wtrey 



CBnlralLif6lis.Go.r 



H. P. BtOODWORTH, Gen. Agl. 
£ndowiiieat Polices at Life Rates, 
See Page 39. 



Autry RaifoM A, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 281 Luckie 
" Thomas J, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 281 Luckie 
Avant George W, furniture, 124 Marietta, bds 127 Walton 
Avary Archer, M D, (MB Avary & Co, A & J C Avary), r 75 N 

Pryor 
Avary A & J C, (Archer & James C) physicians, 71^ Peachtree 
" James C, (A & J C Avary, M B Avary & Co), r 77 N Pryor 
" Moody B, (M B Avary &l Co), r 66 N Forsyth 
Avary M B & Co, (Archer, James C and Moody B Avary) 
druggists, 73 Peachtree 
" Robert L, lawyer, bds 75 N Pryor 
" Susan F, (wid James), r 75 N Pryor 
Averett J Monroe, bkkpr Atwater Carriage Co, r 154 Nelson 
Averitt E A, trav Thomson-Houston Electric Co 
Averill J P, bkkpr Atl Car Wks, r 30 Highland av 
Avery Aaron, c, lab Sou Agrl Wks, r Orme s w cor Dairy 
Isaac W, lawyer, r n e cor Juniper and 6th 
John, carp, bds i Garnett 
Samuel, flagman R & D R R, bds 29 Calhoun 
Sarah, c, chambermaid, bds 29 Thurmond 
Thomas J (Malsby & Avery) 
Awtrey, see also Autrey 

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Awtrey Edmond L, col M Rich & Bros, bds 20 Hunnicutt 

" Frank M, car repr R&D shops, r cor old Wheat and Ella 

" John L, car insptr G P R R, r 20 Hunnicutt 

" F M, meat 185 Marietta, r 20 Bartow 

" Joseph VV, elk R G Black, bds 20 Hunnicutt 

" Milbrey (vvid Jacob), r cor old Wheat and Ella 

" Millard F, boarding, 20 Bartow 
Aycock James P, carp, bds 7 Alexander 

" Miss Retta, copyholder Gonstitution, r 78 Luckie 
Ayers James A, r 562 Decatur 

" James, wks Trowbridge Furn Go 

" James A, wks R & d"R R, r 562 Decatur 

" Wm, wks G P R R shops, r 11 Howell 
Ayres Albert, engr E T V & G R R, bds 279 Windsor 

" Debbie, wks Postell & Sexion, r 174 Whitehall 

" John, coupler G R R 

" Sarah (wid Joseph), r 174 Whitehall 

" Wm D, wks G R R, bds 64 Gartrell 

T) T T T 1 ^ sells watches cheaper and on easier terms than 
i3 i J \.J l^ ^"y other jeweler in Atlanta. 73 Whitehall. 



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Baak Theodore D, wks Sou Furn Go 
Babb James P, produce 91 S Broad, r 92 Walker 
Babbett F E, elk Atl Gas Go, bds Weinmeisters 
Babbitt Wm F, agt Union News Go, r 124 W Mitchell 
Baber Ariadne J, (vvid James M), r 33 Richardson 

" Henry, c, wks G R R, r 68 Humphries 

" James, c, blksmith, r 72 Randolph 

" John F, r, brickmason, r 136 Old Wheat 

" J M, died May 26, 1890 

" Nancy A, c, teaclier G G col school, r 340 W^heat 
Bacci Frank, printer Atl Newspaper Union, bds Windsor Hotel 
Baccigalupo Anthony, boiler mkr, rms 41 Garibaldi 
5ach Henrietta D, (wid David), r 193 S Forsyth 
Backus Bud, brickmason, r 115 Humphric s 

" Elizabeth, (wid Gilberry), r 75 Rockwell 

" Georgia A (wid Josephh), bds 293 McDaniel 

" Green F, brickmason, r 21 Ghestnut 

" James, brickmason, r 293 McDaniel 

" John T, contractor, bds 75 Rockwell 

" Joseph W, brickmason, r 75 Rockwell 
Jacon Gharles D, elk Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, rms 60 Cone 
Bacon DeWitt C, pres Atlanta Lumber Go, r Savannah, Ga 



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Oeneral A|r«nt« Oeorgin and Alabama, 
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Bacon Henrv, agent Brosius Machine Co, r 82 Forest ave 

'• H H, 'elk C J Daniel, bds 82 Forest ave 

" Mrs Mary, dressmaker, rms 55 Tatnall 

" Sumner W, elk F E Block, r 200 Crew 
Badger Airrie D, teacher Gate City colored school, r 18 Clifford 

" Charles, c, waiter John Pappa 

" John, r, painter, r 194 E Baker 

" Joshua, c, tailor, r 46 E Harris 

" Juke, lab Atlanta City Brewery, r rear 126 Ellis 

" Leonard, c, lab, bds 194 E Baker 

" Robert H, r, dentist, r 18 Clifford 

" Robert H, Jr, c, painter, bds 18 Clifford 

" Roderick D, r, dentist, 37^2 Peachtree, r 46 E Harris 

" Walter, r, appr R D Badger, bds 46 E Harris 
Baer J R, road foreman R & D R R 

" Max J, elk D C Loeb, r 134 Chapel 
Bagby Wm J, supt city street lights, r i r i Nelson 
Baggarly Olin R, foreman Atl Newspaper Union, r i 
Baggett J^Vm9^kviW*^an>Js, cSgCof^bd* ^^$- W-PeS 
Bagwell'Elijah, c, butler r 170 E Baker 

" James C, city drummer, r loi Old Wheat 

" John W, carp, r Dairy, n w cor McAfee 



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Bagwell Matthew D, canvasser N H Sew Mch Co, r 191 Courtland 

" Matthew W, wks Sciple & Sons, r 191 Courtland 
Bailey Albert P, policeman, r 130 Davis 

" Allen, c, drayman, r no Ellis 

" Allen, c, lab, r 32 Bass 

" Arthur, c, bds rear 60 Magnolia 

" A L, wks R & D R R, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

" Benjamin E, r 15 Jones ave 

" Bessie (wid John), sten Thomson-Houston Co, bds 134 Spring 

" Byron C, fruits 99 Peachtree, r West End 

" Charles, c, driver R D Waldron 

" Charles E, chief inspectr Sou Bell Tel Co, r 109 Richardson 

" Collier B, c, carp, r 27 Glenn 

" David B, c, r rear 82 Little 

" Dawson, c, well digger, r 66 E Baker 

" Dolph, c, wks G W Jack Mfg Co 

" Edward, driver City of Atlanta 

" George, c, stone layer, r i E Baker 

" George, c, lab, bds rear 60 Magnolia 

" George, c, lab, r 8 Currier 

" George, f, helper W H Roche, r 188 Richardson 



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UJ Bailey George W, r n s Bellwood ave, near Marietta 

j|v " Henry, c, barber S Fort, r 31 Reed 

flj " Homer, c, brakeman E T V & G R R 

n^ " James, carp, bds 137^^ Whitehall 

" James, c, wks J W Lambert, r 8 Maple 

'' James, c, wks C R R, r 223 W Mitchell 

" James M, c, elk J M Ryan 

-. " James M, wks G H Holliday, bds 108 Mangum 

flj " J^^^Y) '^^ ^^'^s Winship Mch Co, r 61 Rock 

W " John, fireman W & A R R 

^d " John A, foreman Winship Mch Wks, r 22 E Mills 

AJ " John H, eng E T V & G R R, bds 141 Smith 

■^1 " John S, tinner Wingate & Mell, r 142 W Fair 

ym " Joseph, r, wks E T V & G R E, r 18 Love 

Bailey Julian T (Rose & Bailey), r 359 Courtland ave 

" J A, salesman J M Alexander 

" Lewis W, c, barber 312 W Peters, r same 

" Miss Lou, r 8i>^ S Broad 

" Melvin, wks American Match Co, bds 666 Marietta 

" Norman, c, blksmith 564 Decatur, r Reynoldstown 

ipj " Samuel, c, lab, r 13 Eliza al 2 

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^ " William, lab Ad St R R, r 167 Spinks al * > 

M " William, c, farmer, r Flat Shoals road '^ 

^2 " y^m, c, lab, r 402 Mangum > Q^ 

PW " Wm, c, carp, r 36 Parsons l '"'a 

U " Wm R, carp Beutell Mfg Co, bds 7 Randolph -4 W» 

^1 " Willis, c, pub drayman, r 58 Valentine m- 3 

«" Zedekiah, cotton buyer, r i Lucy m * 

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" Andrew M, stenogr, r 32 Luckie "* 2* 

^ ■ " David, wks Ad Cotton Mill, r 89 Luckie "25 

Vm " Donald, upholsterer, r 16 Connally njv^ 

pgji " Donald M, pres Bain & Kirkpatrick Co, r Peachtree beyond • 

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rj Bain & Kirkpatrick Co, (Tel 254) Donald M Bain pres, Guy ^ 

^r Mitchell v-pres, J C Kirkpatrick sec and treas, whol and g 

flP retail hardware, 10 S Pryor ^ 
(Q " Wm, wks R & D R R, r 64 Gartrell 
^^ Baird James B, physician, r 99 Capitol square 

^^ " James C, policeman, r 59 Jones ave J^ 
W " John M, engr W & A R R, r 194 Powers 

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Baird Mary L (wid John B), r 99 Capitol square 

Bairfield George, c, lab, r 4 Kennesaw al 

Baisclair L V, flagman E T V & G R R 

Baisden Frank, elk D H Dougherty & Co 
" A V, elk The Fair, bds 25 Wheat 
" Herbert S, col Baisden & Heard, bds 10 Walnut 
" Joseph A S, (Baisden & Heard), r 10 Walnut 

Baisden & Heard' (Joseph A S, Geo W H), grocers, 71 S Broad 

Bak Henry, physician 43 }4 Whitehall, r 96 Pulliam 

Baker Amos, saloon 237 Jones, r 12 Jennings 
" Asbury, physician, 20 Powers 
" Augustus, c, drayman, r 77 Gartrell 
" Barbara, (wid Charles D), r 457 Whitehall 
" Benjamin, c, carp, r rear 399 W Hunter 
" Benjamin H, electrician, bds 147 Marietta 
" Charles F, lawyer, died Nov 20, 1890 
" Miss Delia, r 202^0 Marietta 

" Dennis, c, shoemaker J T Schell, r, r 145 W Peters 
" Dennis J, grocer, 400 W Hunter, r same 
" Edward, carp Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co, bds 149 Calhoun 
" Ed, c, wks Metropolitan St R R Co 
" Frank B, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, r West End 



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Baker Frank P, wks Boyd & Baxter Furn Fact, r N Atlanta 

" Franklin, c, dray, r Arthur s e cor Ira 

" Georgie, c, dressmaker, 11 Calhoun, r same 

" Henry E, elk Benjamin & Cronheim, r 61 Cone 

" Henry J, wks G P R R, bds 457 Whitehall 

" Howard, c, lab, rms 33 Mangum 

" Jackson, c, carp, r 232 Richardson 

" James, eng G P Ry, r 68 E Mitchell 

" James C, blksmth Weitzell & Fitzgibbon, r 72 Randolph 

" James L, driver Pritchett & Henry, r West End 

" Jesse, <r, gardener, r 282 Linden ave 

" John, c, lab, r 7 Bell 

" John, watchman W & A R R 

" John B, wks C R R, r 43 Tatnall 

" John C T, foreman Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co, r Edgewood 

" John H, carp, r west side Curran near Lee's ave 

" John J, elk Slatter & Connor, r 21 State 

" John M, mach G W Scott & Co, r 311 E Fair 

" Joseph C, c, shoemaker 88 Peachtree, r rear 55 W Hunter 

" J W, carp, r 12 Jennings alley 

" LP, lather, r Curran 2 n Exposition 

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Baker Mary E (wid Frank), bds 11 E Peters 

Baker Milledge O, mngr Atl Beet" Co 20 S Forsyth, bds Tal 
madge House 

Milton, c, lab, bds 1 1 Taliaferro 

Nancy J (wid Isaac), r 208 Edgewood ave 

Nathaniel, printer, bds 30 Calhoun 

Oscar A, elk R J Scott & Co, bds 311 E Fair 

Permelia J (wid T J), bds 61 Cone 

Robert H, bkkpr Trowbridge & Co, r 307 Wheat 

Romus, c, painter, r 62 Hilliard 

Mrs Sallie E, r 1561^ Decatur 

Samuel, trav salesman, bds National Hotel 

Walter M, policeman, r 61 Cone 

Wm, c, wks Mason & Co 

Wm, c, drayman Moore, Marsh & Co 

Wm A, chemist, r 457 Whitehall 

Wm E, hatter H H Bussey, r 208 Edgewood ave 

Wm E Q, r Edgewood 

Wm F, trav Lamar Drug Co 

Wm T, cond G R R 
Balch John T, eng E T V & G R R, r 7 Orange 

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Baldwin Alfred P, policeman, r 9 W 3d 

" Charles, wks W & A R R, r country 

" Charles H, grocer, 131 E Hunter, bds 55 S Forsyth 

" Charles S, wks W & A R R, r country 

" Henry, c, lab, r rear 134 Butler 

" John, c, waiter Kimball House, r 4S Pratt 

" John C, elk Ryan's Sons, bds 192 Whitehall 

" Joseph A, tel opr, r 69 E Peters 

" Lawson, elk G W Boyd, r 11 W 3d 

" Margaret J (wid Joseph E), r 7 Walnut 

" Rebecca (wid Joseph), bds 69 E Peters 

" Richard, switchman E T V & G R R 

" Robert, wks W & A R R, r country 

" Silvanus M, photogr A W McCandless, r 58 W Peters 

" Thomas, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 11 W Third 
Baldwin Wilbur R, r 3 Park Place 

" William E, painter, rms 7 Walnut 

" William L, grocer 450 Marietta, r 10 Emma 
Balew John, r, wks R Wathan, r Foundry 
Ball Anthony, (?, drayman T C Mayson, r 185 Markham 

" Cicero W, with H M Patterson, bds 69 Gilmer 

" Columbus D, wks Manning Furn Co, r 4th 4W of Ponder 



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Oeneral A|c«nts Oeor^rla and Alabama. 
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" Frederick A, printer Constitution, r 30 McAfee 

" John N, painter, r 51 Glynn 

" John W, policeman, r 54 McAfee 

" Lou (wid Charles), r 7 S Boulevard 

" Lucy (wid James), r 56 Jackson 

" Shadrick, c, lab Atl Furn Co, r 18 Delbridge 
Ballard Adolphus G, prop A G Ballard's hack line, bds 47 E 
Ellis (See adv page 55) 

" Benj Walter, jeweler Maier & Berkele, r 140 Crew 

" Claborn L, fireman C R R, bds i68>^ W Peters 

" Edward, driver city 
Ballard's Hack Line, A G Ballard prop, office Durand's Res- 
taurant (See adv page 55) 
Ballard J Oscar, mngr A G Ballard's hack line, bds 90 N Butler 

" Lewis, c, drayman, r 35 Frazier 

" Miss Margaretta, r 168^ W Peters 

" Nancy A, (wid Wilkes), r 47 Ellis 
Ballard Transfer Co, Jno A Colvin supt, Union Depot 

" Wm C, salesman W H Bird & Co, r 109 Rhodes 
Ballinger James, c, drayman, r 103 Foundry 

" John, c, lab, bds 103 Foundry 



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Ballinger Thomas, r, drayman, bds 103 Foundry 
Balston H A, elk Keely Co 
Bancker Evert R, cotton buyer, r 9 Angier ave 
Bancroft George, wks VaaWinkle G & M Co, r 632 Marietta 
" George C, carrier postofilice 
" John'w, wks Van Winkle G & M Co 
Bandy John, printer Edwards & Son, bds 56 ^c Whitehall 
Bandmann Isaac C, trav, r 23 Baltimore Place 
Bangert Mary (wid ('harles) grocer 66 E Harris 
Bank of the State of Georgia, cash capital $100,000, sur 
plus $165,000; F M Coker pres, F M Coker, Jr, caslir; 
47-49 Loyd. (Tel 243.) 
Banks Austin, c, truckman G R R, r 125 Butler 

Charles, c, drayman, r 176 E Cain 

Fannie, r, r 59 N Fort 

George, c, driver, r 45 Parks 

Green, t, wks A H Lemon, ^, r 4 Austin alley 

Henry, r, lab, r 10 E Baker 

Henry, capitalist, r 113 Peachtree 

Henry Jr, trav Atlanta Guano Co, r LaGrange Ga 

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^^ Banks James, lawyer, bds 113 Peachtree 

" James, c, lab, r 54 Ellis 

" James C, c, coachman J T Grant, r rear ^^ 

'' James W, yardmaster C R R, r 13 Rock ^ J 

" Jerry, c, driver J W Phillips & Co ^^ 

" John, c, cook stockade, r stockade Flat Shoal Road 

" John R, wks G Garrow, bds 210 W Fair 

" Lee B, lab, rnis 206 W Fair 

^' ' " Levi, c, wks Atlanta Steam Laundry 

*^^^ " Lindsay, c, drayman, r 98 Chamberlin 

^^^ " Manson G, wks Boyd & Baxter, r 306 Luckie 

r^^ " Martha, (wid Levi), r 5 Bradley 

" Patrick, c, lab Gate City Gas Co, r 56 Richmond 

^ ^ " Robert L, carp Winship Mach Co, r Bellwood 

^^ " Thomas C, ry mail elk, bds 18 Smith 

525 " Wm, wks F C S Co, r 5 Bradley 

t^^^ " Wm, c, cook, r 44 Parks 

" Wyatt, r, wks W & A R R, r 66 Milliard 

^^5 Bankston Charles H, wks Gate City Coffin Co, r 17 Doray 

^^^ " Mrs Fannie, r 69 E Simpson 

^ "^ " John, c, porter Cannon House 

> ^^ " Mrs Mary, r 612 Marietta 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 

Is Superior to all Others. 34 South Broad St reet. 

Bankston Ransom A, wks T A Foote & Co, r 123 Nelson 
" Wiley, (wid John), bds 93 Spring 
" Wm, wks Clayton S M Motei Co, bds 612 Marietta 

Bar Mims, r, lab, r 15 Alice 

Barba Paul, regulator Atlanta Piano Mnfg Co 

Barber Charles, c, carp, r i Boaz 

David, lab, r 17 Exposition Grounds 

D S, died Nov 29, 1889 

Frank, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds Scarratt's 

General, r, porter Hart Bros, r 81 Waverly Place 

George W, wks Expo Mills, r 45 Expo Grounds 

Henry T, carp W S Bell L & I Co, r 161 Randolph 

John, c, lab, r 81 Waverly Place 

John L, elk Hatcher's Furniture Store, r 12 Tumlin 

Joseph, r, porter Hart Bros, r 81 Waverly Place 

Middleton, r, wks E T, V & G shops, r Ira, bet Arthur and 

Fletcher 
Nathan E, carp, r 20 Exposition Cirounds 
Sidney, carp W S Bell L & I Co 

Barbour Miss Marie A, matron Atlanta Baptist Seminary, r same 

Barclay see also Barkley and Berkele 

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Barclay Benjamin, c, lab, r 251 W Fair 

Barclay John F, (Wylie & Barclay) r 254 W Peachtree 

Barfield Alonzo, harness maker, bds 106 Walker 

" Henry, t, waiter Folsom's restaurant, bds 119 Decatur 

" Henry H, wks Oakland Cemetery, r 63 Grant 
Barford Frank R, Ry Mail elk, r 81 Calhoun 

" John, carp, r 13 Green's ferry 
Barge George N, c, blksmth, 379 W Peters 

" John, c, lab Pelligrini & Castleberry, r 73 Humphries 

" Wm, c, wks G N Barge, c, r West End 
Bargus Arthur, painter, r 92 Venable 
Barili Alfredo, music teacher, i Juniper near cor 5th 
Barker Andrew J, barkeeper J H Tienken, bds 148 Marietta 

" A E, wks Atl Furn Co, bds 147 Marietta 

" Brader, trav Thos M Clavke & Co, r 426 Whitehall 

" Charles D, painter ig}^ S Broad, r same 

'' Chas P N, real est loans, rms 32 Gould bldg, r 222 Peachtree 

" Daniel W, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 41 Bush 

" Frank, <r, wks city, r 284 N Hilliard 

" George, c, servant W M Dickson 

" George, brkmason, r 14 N Butler 

" Harry, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 41 Bush 



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Barker John, carp, r 163 Marietta 

" Walker W, formn bindy Bradfield Prtg Co, r 149 Mangum 

Barksdale C D, appr J P Harrison & Co, bds 11 E Peters 
" H T, wks Technological School shops 
" Robert D, elk The Fair, bds 11 Georgia ave 

Barkshadt Herman, helper J F Steinhauer 
" John, tailor Eiseman Bros, r 209 Spring 

Barlow Jackson, wind mill builder, r 213 Edgewood ave 
" James, c, lab, bds rear 103 Eoyd 
" Samuel, c, mortar maker, r 52 Wilson 
" Thomas, c, carpet layer, r rear 103 Loyd 

Barmoel Eugene R, carp, r 328 Houston 

Barna Thomas A, elk W & A R R, bds 90 Walton 

Bama Thomas M, mngr Standard Wagon Co, r 90 Walton 
" Mrs T M, elk and stengphr Standard Wgn Co, r 90 Walton 

Barnal)ee George, wks Cotton Factory, r Bellwood 

Barnard see also Bernard 

" Mary F, (vvid Francis), r 145 S Forsyth 

" Frank, elk Fenley Furn Co. bds 145 S Forsyth 

" George S, elk U S Int Rev office, bds Vinings St Ga 

" John, tool mkr, Tech school shops, bds i Baltimore Pic 



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OFFI€£ DKSUS A SPECIALTY. CHAMBEBWN, JOHNSOBf «fe CO. 



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Barnard John, c, truckman G R R 
" Jos, wks Southern Furniture Co 

" Timothy J, contracting agt E T V & G, bds 120 S Pryor 
Barnell Catherine (wid Thomas) bds W Peachtree bet Blakely and 
Bowen 
" Henry J, lab, bds Wilson ave near W Peachtree 
Barnel Richard, c, drayman, r West's alley 
Earner Jerry, c, lab, rms 10 Markham 
Barnes A W, c, carp, r 232 Fraser 

" Benjamin F, painter, r 8 Warner's ave 
" Bowman, c, lab, r 204 Gate City 
" Daniel B, printer Journal, r 16 Emma 
, " Dicey (wid Willis) bds 35 Hills ave 

I . " Edgar A, painter, r 21 Terry 
I S " Edward, saloon 130 Decatur, bds 144 Calhoun m Q 

{-" S. Barnes Edward H, supt Ga Div E T V & G Ry, bds 120 Loyd ° X 
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f .5 " Mrs Frank P, r 77 W Cam ■ ^^ 

(OS.. " Fred, painter, bds 8 Warner's ave 
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N ^ Barnes Jack, c, baker F M Jack c Jf 

c " James, c, wks G W Welch, r 32 Victoria p \U 

^ Barnes James J, deputy sheriff, and wholesale produce, 18 S 2 



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Forsyth, r 245 Whitehall 

" John, c, lab. r 73 Manguni 

" J B, r, blacksmith Metropolitan Street R R Co 

" Lovic P, policeman, r 222 W Fair 

" Martin, f, shoemaker, r 20S Highland ave 

" Mary A (wid R H), r 27 Cone 

" Mary B (wid Charles), bds 225 Washington 

" Peter, c, helper ^Vinship Mach Co 

" Reuben, f, wks Phoenix Planing Mill, r 168 Fort 

" Thomas, c, driver C G White & Co 

" Thomas L, elk Allen & Boylan, r 12 Hilliard 

" Wm, c, lab, r 208 Highland ave 

" Wm, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

" Wm Henry, bkp J J Barnes & Co, r 161 Haynes 

" Wm H, elk J J Barnes, bds 245 Whitehall 
Barneswell Aaron, r, brickmason, r 21 Gullatt 
Harnett Ebenezer, r Hampton 3 n of Dillon 
Barnett Rev Edward H, pastor First Presb ch r 34 W Harris 

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Barnett Elam L F, mach wks Roach Mnfg Co, bds 163 Marietta 
Ella, c, lab, r 75 Hunnicutt 
Eugene, wks Keely Co, bds 160^ Decatur 
James T, bookkeeper F E Block, r 
John, elk S J Powers, r S3°}^ Decat 
John, wks Atl Furn Co, bds Hampton, 3 
John W, wks Ga School of Technology shops 
Joseph, c, lab, r 20 Porter 
Marion (A Watson & Co), r 2 2j^ W Mitchell 
Mary A (wid Nathan C), r 68 Crew 
N C, died Feb 2, 1890 
Reuben, butler H G Saunders 

Riley, wks Cooledge Paint Co, r Hampton, N Atlanta 
Barnett Samuel, attorney 15^ S Broad (Tel 416), bds cor Ivy 
and Edgewood ave 
" Stuart M, elk J Regenstein, bds 68 Crew 
" Thomas, wks L H Hall & Co, r Bellvvood 
" William, weaver Atl Cotton Mill, bds Hampton, N Atlanta 
" Wm B, trav M C & J F Riser & Co |V4 

Barney Charles, r 108 Edgewood ave " 

Barnum John, c, lab, r 14 Kennesaw ^^3 



ROAD CARTS A SPECIALTY AT ATWATER CARRIAGE CO, b- 

Office and salesrooms 39 to 47 W. Alabama Street. I!^* 



Barnwell Charles F (M C & J F Riser & Co), r 48 Gilmer 
" James A M, yard con E T V & G, r 129 Jones ave 
" John, lab Smith's brick yard, bds W E Barnwell 
" Newton T, fireman No. i, r 27 Scott 
" Robert G, rms 58 Luckie 

" Valentine T, pianos 30 Peachtree, r 48 Gilmer 
" Wm E, brick mfgr, r Wilson ave nr W Peachtree 
" Wm O, elk S P Richards «& Son, r 48 Gilmer 
" Wm R, lab Smith's brick yard, bds W E Barnwell 

Barr Geo Ray, sten So Ex Co, bds 46 Richardson 
" Henry C, mess So Ex Co, bds 46 Richardson 

Barren Charles, wks DeLoach's M M Co, bds 350 Marietta 

Barrer Eugenia (wid John), r 172 Rhodes 
" Wm 1-, lab, r 172 Rhodes 

Barrett Charles A, eng W & A R R, r 142 Maugum 
" Eddie, bds 15 Bush 
" Egbert, st car driver, bds 185 Luckie 
" Elizabeth, (wid Richard), r 78 Expo grounds 
" Ernest R, trav H P Scales Tobacco Co 
" Fermor, elk State School Com, bds 15 Washington 
" Floyd, painter Cooledge Bros, bds 78 Expo grounds 
" Isaac J, carp, r 48 Bush 



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" Jennie, (wid John), r 15 Bush 

" John, died Dec 12, 1889 

" John M, fireman W & A R R, r 151 Davis 

" Nelson B, c, barber H A Rucker, r 240 Fort 

" Robt, wks DeLoach Mill mfg Co, bds 48 Bush 
Barrett Rev Robt S, dean St Luke Cathedral, r 10 Houston 

" Vason M, r 73 Plum 

" Wm, wks Fenley Furniture Co 

" Wm, bds 306 Whitehall 

" Wm L, wks Sou Ex Co, bds 290 E Fair 

" Wm W, driver Sou Ex Co, r 290 E Fair 
Barricklo Ellen, r 371 E Fair 

Barrier Eugene, wks G C Coffin Co, bds 141 Mangum 
Barron C B, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 

•' Henry W, foreman mail room Constitution 

" John, c, shoemaker, bds 315 N Fort 
Barrow Anderson, c lab, r Edgewood 

" Gus, cornice mkr Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

" Hugh V, gateman union depot, r 158 Ivy 

" Joseph, c, lab, r Edgewood 

" Thomas J, policeman, r 17 Fitzgerald 

A. T. CUNNINGHAM 

GenernI . sent. 
No. 10 Itecatur •»tr«»et. 



THE MUTaAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



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Barrow Wm, c, lab, r 21 Sugar al 

Barry Andrew L, cond Mot St R R Co, bds S Pryor, S Atlanta 
" Charles M, r 172 Decatur 

" Eugene, elk Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 93 Washington 
" Jameh W, eng Met St R R Co, r S Pryor, S Atlanta 
" John A, elk Moore, Marsh ^: Co, r 93 Washington 
" Robert E, sten R M S, bds 39 W Harris 
" Robert L (Draper, Moore & Co), r 39 W Harris 

Bart Eugene, mach Brasius M S M Co, r 22 Humphries 
" lack, blacksmith, bds 14 Garibaldi 

Barth F Carl, bkkpr C H Behr 

Parties James N, wks Elsas, May & Co, r 36 Howell 

Bartlett Charles, printer H C King, bds 136 Luckie 

" Edward L (Cranston & Bartlett), bds Belmont House 

" Frank R, civil engineer R & D R R, bds 15 Powers 

" Julia (wid Lsaac), bds 136 Luckie 

" Nathaniel, bkkpr Wellhouse & Son, r 136 Luckie 

" VanBuren, rms 8 Henry 

" Walter, painter R & D R R 

" Wm L, elk W Jay Spear, r Howell Mill rd 

Barton Benjamin F, street car driver, r 3 Jackson-Bell wood 

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«<«pS(2 " Evan, fireman A & F R R, bds S Pryor, S Atlanta 

g><eoo " Frank, driver Atlanta Street R R 

pM**** " James B, elk King Hdw Co, bds 22 Bartow 

*0 I ' " Robert H, r 3 Daniel 

^a< ' ' a Thomas, wks Boyd & Baxter Furn Co, r 985 Marietta 

^g i I " Walter F, wks W U Tel office, r 20 Bailey 

«ai . , " Wm J, trav King Hdw Co, r Marietta, Ga 

^9 I . Barwald David, trav, r 62 McDaniel ^ [, 

"W®!. " Gershon H, bkkper E T V & G shops, bds 62 McDaniel ^ Jfl 
SSoo " Morris, paper 12 E Mitchell, r 16 E Humphries ^[j 

^'^'^ Baskin Arnold Cobb, painter, bds Center 5 e of Peachtree ^ K 

Q " Tames W, c, mess W W Tel Co, r 25 Walnut Ld 

'"T^ " Walter A, wks Van Winkle G & M Co, r Bush near Edwards W C 

!;; § " Zackary, wks G P R R, r Bush near Edwards ^J^ 

Bass Elijah H, c, mail elk post office Ow 

(5 y " Henry C, printer J F Lester & Co, r 46 Tatnall 

Howard L, printer J P Harrison & Co, r 46 Tatnall 
Hubbard G, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, r 45 E Cain 
James A, elk M Rich, bds 146 Ivy 



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^ S " Lee, c, wks Charles Brown, r Randolph 

• • o a Mrs Lula, r 2 Wheat 

, § " Miss Mamie, teacher Walker St School, bds 146 Ivy 
> "^ " Margaret (wid Green), r 60 Markham 
^L-Z " Mary E (wid Wm F), r 46 Tati all 
W d^ " Rosa M (wid W B), boarding, 146-148 Ivy 
§ §3 " Wm A, princ Boys High School, r 45 E Cain 

< I goJ Bassett Hilliard, c, porter Natl Surg Institute 
P |o§ " Jonathan S, bus mngr the Southern Architect 

g<j^* Batchelor James A, saloon 136 Decatur, r same 
S^ .g " Wm C, elk J R Seawright, bds 44 Walker 

►^5 .0 Batcman Claborn, bds 59 E Harris 
^W -^ " Jerome N (Hulsey & Bateman), r 59 E Harris 
hW .g " Robt L, c, mess W U Tel Co, r 368 Eraser 
B<'r^ " Wm, c, wks Gate City Boiler Works, r rear 52 Wells 

^ tWo Bates Alexander, r, porter W & A R R 
§ooS " Allen, broker, bds 124 Peachtree 
^ jinw " Charles, c, cook Mrs L L Beckwith, r rear 
H Wm " Charles K, (Bates, Kingsbery & Co), r Derby, Vt 
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Bates Elizabeth L, (vvid John M), r 58 Wheat 

Bates George, (G Bates & Co), r iii Liickie 

Bates G & Co, ((jeorge Bates), proprs Southern Cleaning and 

Dyeing VVks, 24 Walton (See marginal lines) g hH 

" James A, elk Bain & Kirkpatrick, bds 33 N Forsyth ^ 

" James T, grocer, r 530^ Decatur {" ^^ 

" John, porter G P Ry, rms 29 Rock k.u 

" John F, bkkpr Sciple Sons, r 4 Gartrell 30 Hn 

" Kingsbery & Co, (Charles K Bates, Charles S Kingsbery, O |~^ 

Edwin Kingsbery, Glover C Elfe), who shoes and q ^^ 

clothing, 24-26 Decatur \mpk 

" Louis T, barkppr W C Boggan, r 237 S Pryor Z\ ^^ 

g>w " Robert, r, wks E T V & G R R, r 9 Rollins 3D M 

•ri U) " Robt M, barber E Person, r 106 Yonge J} *y^ 

C! < " Stephens, c, lab city, bds 219 C R R H ^'* 

<g I " Wm, r, wks Standard Oil Co * Qj. 

*^ CD " Wilson A, (Bates & Hall), bds Leydon House QV 

'g J " & Hall (W A Bates & J A Hall), stocks, 14 W Alabama ^m. 

CO ^ Battle Anthony, r, barber Ed Jones, bds 247 Haynes v. J 

-•r* ° " Augustus, c, carp, r rear 143 Peachtree ^^ 

;^ < " Charles, c, lab, r 190 Rhodes • 

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Battle George, r, wks E T V & G R R, r rear 60 Wells ^. CD 

" George W, elk G W Avant, bds 10 Mechanic * 5° 

" Henry L, bookbinder Foote & Davies, bds cor Love and ^ ljJ 

Frazier m q 

• ' Hilliard, c, barber E S Jones, c P<ti 

" John C, elk W B Buchanan, r West End CD 

" Loudon, r, preacher, r 304 Formwalt ^ro 

" Lynton S, c, carp, r 306 Formwalt ® •* 
" Martin, c, driver Gramling & Spalding, r rear 31 North ave 2 CQ 

" Sandy, r, lab, r 9 Logan's al ' "*" 



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Thomas, turner Sou Furn Co, r Bellwood ^ g 

Battle Thomas C, lawyer 14^ Whitehall, r 384 Eraser ^^ 

" Thomas H, bkkpr A M Robinson & Co, bds 92 Ivy O h^ 

Bauer A G, draughtsman G L Norrman, bds 30 Garnett tf 

" David, grocer 67 E Harris, rms 28 Church M B 

" Henry, elk Atl Paper Co, bds 22 Formwalt CD ''I^ 

Baugh Andrew J, shoemaker 219 W Peters, r Jonesboro p CO 

" Elijah L, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 184 S Pryor g" ^ 

" Henry, c, wks Kimball House t-j ••• 

" James A, cash D H Dougherty k Co, bds 184 S Pryor fO 



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88K S. BROAD STREET, 

MANUFACTURKR8 OF 

Lumber, Laths. Shincrles, Etc. 



TORBETT & IHeCflHOliESSl 



Fire, Life, Accident and Plate OIam Id- 
suniDce Agents. State Ageofai for 
Georgia and Alabama, Caligraph Writ- ' 
22 Kimball House, Decatur Street. I. ing Machines • - Telephone 72. 



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Baugh Jerry, c, wks Van Wnikle's Mach Co, r -Emmitt corner ^ 
Kennedy 
Phillip, c, porter Shaw & Wilson, r rear 26 Edgewood ave 
^^ " Samuel, c, gardener, r rear 196 E Harris \ 2*2 



Scott L, carp, r 184 S Pryor .>- .. < 1 ,-, IX^ ►So 

Wm, r, lab, r rear 218 W Peters ^ " \\^^^ ttSd 



Wm, c, lab, r 31 Granger 



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" George W, physician 268 Marietta, bds 251 Marietta ' ^_^ 
Baum John W, mngr Sou Box Factory, r Salt Springs S^a 
" Josephine S (wid A C), rms 54 Walton OHO 
Baxter Albert, r 36 W Harris gg*^ 
" Carlos, wks Atlanta Brg and .Axle Co, bds 39 Yonge ^_^ 
" Henry, c, lab Hunnicutt & Bellingrath ►Op 
" John, c, wks Boyd & Baxter 
" John M, flagman R & D R R, bds 39 Yonge V^ 
" Robt, c, drayman, r 361 Fraser § 
" Sidney, conductor R ^ D R R, bds 39 Yonge ^ 
" Thomas W, secty & treas Boyd & Baxter Furniture Factory, t^ 
r 146 Spring 
Bayless Sadie A (wid Edward), dressmaker, r 97 Marietta 
Bayley Miss Laura, wks Mrs J R Wells, bds 162 Calhoun ^^^ 
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.1^^ Baylor Henry B (Baylor & Baylor), bds 22 Houston % 

'"dS " Tilden G (Baylor & Baylor), bds 22 Houston 
^S^ " & Baylor (Tilden G and Henry B), civil engs, Court House 

gg Bayne, see also Bain erg 



Bayne Madam Lillie, 17 Collins • jda^ 

' ' Bazzell Richard, c, lab, r 103 Markham ^^*< 

^^ Beach Bros (JAG & S W Beach), plumbers, steam and gas Hg^ 

"L—t fitters, 14 Loyd ow^ 

^2, Beach J Aaron G (Beach Bros), bds 152 Capitol ave ggW 

f~~^ Beach Solomon W (Beach Bros), r 243 Decatur a^^H 

o<a " car driver, bds 480 Decatur j^Ojjj 

^S Beaders Joe, c, butler, r 27 Little ^t^P 

' [ ' Beadles Rev Edwin J, r 30 Rockwell cJ^W 

' ^ ^ " Robert, prescri])tionist J B Daniel, bds 91 Ivy ^Wp 

^ Beaks Elzy, r 61 Haynes Woo* 

^^ Bealer Alex W, Reporter Atlanta Journal, bds 201 Jackson -^ 

C3=> " Emily J W (wid George B), r 201 Jackson ^ 
^=d " George, reporter Americus Times, bds 201 Jackson 

1°^ " Miss Gertrude E, teacher Boulevard school, r 201 Jackson 
p=l " Pierre M, elk A & P Tea Co, r 201 Jackson 

j^ Beall Arthur C (E & A C Beall), r 91- Nelson 



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Till Roofers. Steam Fitters and 

PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES 



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Beall Egbert (Beall E & A C), bds Markham House 

" Eugene W, cond W & A R R, r country 
Beall E & A C, Clothiers, lo Marietta 

" Florence, dressmaker, r 268 Decatur 

" Florida, c, teacher Gray St School, r 18 Clifford 

" HE, mach Houchin & Moore, bds 27 Garnett 

" James, c, lab, rms 78^4 Decatur 

" Noble P, elk Patterson & Caldwell, r 42 Jones 

" Rosa J (wid Wesley), r 21 Savannah 
Beall Samuel O, ticket agt R & D R R and G P Ry 13 Kim- 
ball House, S Pryor, r 42 Jones 

" Sarah C, (wid John S), r 42 Jones 

" Wm W, eng C R R, r 163 Nelson 
Bean Abbie L, (wid Henry G), r 44 Hood 

" Ephraim, c, wks Smith & Simpson 

" Henry G, cashr Keely Co, bds 44 Hood 

" Robert I^, mngr J F Lester & Co, r 49 Martin 

" Robt M, wks cemetery, r 51 Martin 

" Thomas R, collector The Sou Mercantile Agency 

" Wm L, elk Gholstin, Haas & Guthman, bds 44 Hood 

" Wm R, printer C P Byrd, r 294 E Fair 
'Beane Charles, trav Baldwin Fertilizer Co, r 15 Washington 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL i — 

Rons Snccessfally Under Back Water. 24 H. Broad feitreet. <^ ^^ 

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Beard George, c, wks R&DRR, ri75 Randolph g ■■• 

" John, c, wks E T V & G, r McDaniel near Arthur 1 "^ 

" Thomas P, Ry mail elk, bds 914 W Mitchell ^ Q 

Bearden Aaron E, r 44 Gilmer <0 m 

" H, r, lab city ^ ^ 

" Loyd, c, janitor Trinity Church, bds 10 W Peters -^09 

" Morris, c, wks city, r 34 Reed ,'fr 

" Wm K, bkkpr, K R G Co, bds 31 Boulevard ^ t/y 

Beardsley Charles, master trains, W & A R R, r 255 Capitol ave ^ ^ 
" Charles B, car accountant W & A R R, r 255 Capitol ave jn ^^ 

" Frank E, bds 255 Capitol ave C CD 

" Joseph R, elk W & A R R, bds 255 Capitol ave P r- 

Bearfield John W, grocer 311 E Hunter, r 6;^ Grant (fl CD 

.Beas Wm, r, butler Mrs S A Wyley H ■*! 

Beasley Anthony E, c, ry m agt and medicine 81 Houston, r 217 | (/y 
Fort 

" Christopher, c, ry mail service, r 217 Fort S 

" Beasley Frank, c, wks Dobbs Lumber Co h^ 

" Patrick, c, coachman, J L Dickey ^ 

" Peter, c, cutter Ga Coal &: Wood Co, r 36 Solomon ^ 

" Thomas, r, wks R & D R R shops, r no Rhodes SJ 




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Offlc*, rMtoi7UdWinhoi«,On. MUektUAlbBfuiSUi l.H*rdwiuro, Oiasa, Putty, i:.tc. 



N. Y. BelHng & Packing Co.'s| Atlanta RiffiBER co. 

Belting, Packiog, Hose, Gaskets, Etc. I ATIiANTA, - - GBOBaiA. 

^^ BEA 445 BEC 

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03 Beasley Wm, wks Atl Mich Works, r S Boulevard * 

OJ3 Reason Charles S, wks W & A R R, r country ^^^ 

a^HZ Beath James M, eng So Box Factory \M3 

^IZS Beath John M, mngr Ga Ice Co, r Euclid ave Inman Park 
CLP Beatie David A, live stock G R R nr Bell, r 158 Capitol ave 
03 " Edward B, elk Beatie & Lampkin, bds 158 Capitol ave p|gH 

CO " Henry, c, wks C R R, r 232 Claike ^^1 

^3^ " John L (Beatie & Lampkin), r 238 VV Peachtree ^^ 

I J— 1 " Gilbert, c, hrkmason, r 5 College ^^^ 

^^^ " Lucius J, c, carp, r 11 Rawson ^^m 

a^^,^ Beatie Wm D, prop Atl Nurseries McDonough road, r same ^^^ 
^^ (see p 43) ^^ 

,. ' -, " & Lampkin (J L Beatie, A C Lampkin), flour, 26 N Broa 
•a . Beattie Daniel S, mach W & A R R 
«j"3 " Gordon H. eng Sou Box Facty, r i Glenn 
i_ « Beatty Wm H, bkkpr Treadwell, Abbott & Co, r 159 Haynes 
^ C " Willis L, cond C R R, r 108 Stonewall 
^ 2 Beauchamp, see also Beecham. 

^ Beauchamp Abraham, wks Fulton B & C Mills 
^CS " David, salesman White S M Co 

• George B, wood and coal, r 77 Georgia R R 
H, carp Beutell Mfg Co 



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,H. P. BI.OODWORTH.Gen. Agt. 
Makes No Partial Settlements, all 
Policies Paid in Full. See Page :;9 



K Beauchamp Silvina V, (wid Newton), r 6 Factory 

^^ " Thos J, bds 33 N Pryor ,— *— x 

Qg " Wm, wks Van Winkle Gin & M Co g* S* 

•^ " W R, mach R & D R R £. S 

T^ Beauford Ben, c, wks Kimball House SS 
^■^ Beaumont Albert, treas Wood Stearns Beaumont Co, r 22 Capitol g ^ 

^O " Arthur, dentist 42^ Whitehall, r Verbena, Ga «=»- * 

" Bros (Albert and Wm H), medicines, 112 S Forsyth W S! 

C^ " Davidson (J M High & Co), bds 37 Walton g S" 

^^ " Wm H (Beaumont Bros), r Verbena, Ga ** C2: 

■ Beavers George, r, butler Mrs Hooks, r 27 Garnett »* » 

George, c, gardner, rms 78 Humphries 



QpJ " George W, wood and coal, 203 Edgewood ave 

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" Henry, r, butler H S Johnson, r rear 112 Washington 9^c^ 
" James L, policeman, r 235 ILdgewood ave S. 

" Jordan, r, lab, r near Bellwood ave - o 

Bebro Louis, bkkpr Keely Co t»» 38 

Beck, see also Boeckh g. 

" Absalom M, carp, r 31 Lowe » ^ 

" Albert L (Samuel W Goode & Co), r 505 Peachtree p» gj, 

FOR FURDITURE ADD CARPE^TS 

SEE THE IMMENSE STOCM AT CHAMBER UN. JOHNSON & CO. 
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S Beck Alexander, r 2 North ave 

W § " Charles G, bkkpr S W Goode & Co, bds 63 Houston 

•' (^ " Floyd, r, presser J S Watson, r McDaniel nr Ruy 

^'f S " Gabe C, elk Troy Steam Laundry, bds 63 Houston 

^ * S5 " Henderson, c, blksniith J A J Davis, r 155 Chapel 

►»^0 " John F, druggist, bds 975 Marietta 

5 S"® " John W, r 975 Marietta 

•a."'^ Beck J Frank, mngr Troy Steam Laundry and Atl Towel Sup- 
re g^ ply Co, r 152 Courtland ave 

gi^^e Beck Miss Leonora, principal Capital Fem College, r 26 

"^■^ g Cajiitol ave 

B *r= " Lewis H, prest Beck & Gregg Hard Co, bds Kimball House 

Sd-^^ Beck Steam Laundry Co, proprs Troy Stm Laundry and Atl 

^ .t3 Stm Laundry, 13-15 N Forsyth and 78-80 Peachtree 

'i^\ Beck & Gregg Hardware Co, L H Beck prest, W M Crum- 

e." o ley v prest, W A Gregg sec and treas, whol and retail 

O g J hardware, 9-13 N Pryor 

^^ Becker Green, c, lab, rms 82 Porter 

,_^_ " H, tel opr W U Tel Co, bds 25 N Forsyth 
" Winslow P, bds 67 N Pryor 



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QY^ Beckham Eugene E, Ry Mail elk, bds 80 Crew ^ ^ 

p^ " George, c, painter, r 12 Welton Place O ^ 

K^ " George, c, porter Bristoe House E A 

^ Becks Lacey, c, shoemaker, r 35 Rawson ^ Vr 

fy H Beckum Wm, c, shoemaker 201 Robbins, r same r 

JJj ^ Beckwith Rt Rev John W, Bishop of Ga, r 160 S Pryor p ^ 
Pj ^ died Nov. 23, 1890 

J " Sarah L (wid ), propr Hotel Varina 143 Peachtree 

<^ Bedell Charles A, trimmer N C Spence, r 55 W Cain 
|)JJ U^ " George T, r Oak, W E 

fyj " Mrs Sarah J, dressmaker 53 W Cain r same 
r, " Stephens, c, wks Atlanta M.iciiine Works 

Q^ M Bedford Charles A, bds 54 Lovejoy 
^11 ^ " Harvey H, city detective, r 54 Lovejoy 
LU 1^ " John L, painter, bds 31 Plum 

>^ " John H, student, bds 54 Lovejoy 
j>, " Joseph, painter, bds 31 Plum 
[Ij N " Margaret, (wid Peter), r 31 Plum 
•^ " Wm, wks Atl Furn Fact, bds :; r Plum 

Q^ " Wm P, mach, r 83 Plum 

Bedingfield Chas P, print«'r Journal, bds 30 Garnett 
UL " Sarah, (wid Walter), bds Hlakely bet Calhoun and Peachtree 



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Bedington Wash, c, lab, r 211 S Terry 

Beebe Harry C, barber 9 W Alabama, r 31 Formwalt 

" Ira J, barber, r 31 Formwalt 

" Mary D, (wid ) elk Rich & Bro, r 12 Wheat 

" W H, cond C R R 
Beedles Henry, c, lab, r 252 Crew 

" Henry, c, grocer 13 Chapel, r 60^4 Ivy 

" Sarah, c, propr Parris Hotel 3^ Ivy 
Beermann Charles, prop Kimball House and pres Atlanta 

City Brewing Co, r Kimball House 
Beermann Chas & Co, (Charles Beermann, Joseph Thomp- 
so), props Kimball House, cor Pryor, Decatur and Wall 

" G Charles, bartender Kimball House 

" Henry C, saloon 317 W Peters, r 333 Whitehall 

" & Silverman, (H C Beermann, H Silverman), cigars i Decatur 
Beers Flora, (wid Adolph), rms 11 E Cain 
Begg Wm, trav Bates, Kingsbery & Co 
Behre Charles H, mfg agt, r 46 Cooper 
Bein Andrew M, sten R M S, r 32 Luckie 
Belcher Asabannah C, grocer 171 W Mitchell 

" Collins H, elk C R R, r 173 W Mitchell 

" Elihue H, c, carp, r 284 Magnolia 



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Belcher John S, plumber, r Blakely bet Peachtree and Calhoun 
" L, r, lab Wingate& Mell 
" Starling B, elk C R R, bds 173 W Mitchell 
" Thomas J, gas fitter, r 80 Chapel 
Belding Josephine C, r 357 Jones 

" Wm J, wks R & D R R, r 357 Jones 
Belisle James M, mach Southern Box Factory, r Humphries, cor 

Hightower 
Bell Addie (wid John), r 60 Rawson 
Albert, c, lab, r 4 Kennesaw al 
Albion C, elk W & A R R, bds 48 W Simpson 
Allen J (Key & Bell), r 31 Alexander 
Annie E, c, copyist A E Beasley, r 10 E Jenkins 
Aurelia K, bds 73 E Mitchell 

Charles, c, driver R D Waldron, bds 50 Green's Ferry 
Charles E, bkkpr W S Bell L & I Co, r 69 Pulliam 
Charles S, wks W & A R R, r country 
Emma (wid John T), r 67 N Pryor 
Ernest, c, porter G P Ry, 13 S Pryor 
Frank M, trav Gramling & Spalding, r Cleveland, Ga 
George, c, plasterer, r 91 Bell 



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BEL 448 BEL 

Bell George K, salesman Kennedy & McDonald, r 201 Crew 
" Harrison T, (Cawthorn & Bell), r 167 E Simpson 
" Henry, c, carp, r 202 Gate City 
" Henry, c, lab, r 17 Crumley 
" James, c, lab W E Hoyle, r 4 Gemunden 
" Henry B, grocer, r 78 Bush 

" James, bds 78 Bush fito% 

" James A H, (Georgia Soap Co), r West End C^^ 

" James L, cond A & W P R R, bds 331 Whitehall ^^ 

" Jefferson, c; wks city, bds 73 Valentine "^^ 

" John, c, lab, r 222 C R R ^^ 

" John E, plumber Hunnicutt & B, bds Windsor Hotel ^■' 

" John H, r, carrier P O ■■■ 

" Joseph, r, wks G P R R, r 239 W Hunter g 

" Larkin, r, wks C R R, r 251 W Fair •"fl 
Bell Lumber Company, W S Bell prest, R E Mims sec and ^^% 
treas, planing mill, lumber, sash, doors and blinds, 25- 

27 Ivy and Elliott, bet Rhodes and Hunter ' fy V 

" Mack, c, brakeman G P R R ^ O I 

" Madison, r 30 Alexander .Mi • {5 

" Margenius A, lawyer, r 34 Fulton / •^ S^ r 

" Miss Margie K, teacher Fair St School, bds 34 Fulton 5:7*'™ 



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Jl\ Bell Maria J (wid George), r 201 Crew 

\|^ " Mary J (wid Marcus J), r 73 E Mitchell 

• " Nimrod V, engr W & A R R, r 73 Alexander 

■d " Permelia A (wid Jasper), r 67 Pulliam 

AA Bell Piromis H, lawyer 3^ N Broad, r 186 S Pryor 

fin " Richard E, elk Mut Life Ins Co, bds Bell House 

UJ " Rodger, c, mess W U T Co 

^" " Sanford L, cond W & A R R, r country 

«" Thacker H, r 32 Kimball 
" T-homas, c, farmer, r Dora nr W Mitchell 

_ " Thomas D, car insp E T V & G R R, r 30 Rock 

1 " Thomas J, c, wks Atl University, bds 259 Fraser 

|m " T M, trav J B Daniel, r Gainesville Ga _ 

■■ " Wade, c, lab Dixie Lumber Co, r rear 198 E Harris ^^^2 

JN Bell Walter S, prest Bell Lumber Company, r 180 Capitol ave ^ 

^ " Wesley, c, cook Mrs S C Venable, r rear ^ O 

^ " Wm, c, drayman, r to Beach S ^ 

^ " Wm, c, shoemkr H Spain, r 10 Jenkins « CD 

%y " Wm, c, wks Atl Brewing Co, r 104 Chestnut ave ^ "*■ 



Wm, carp, bds 34 Johnson ave m ^ 

Wm E, c, shoemkr 104 S Forsyth, bds 10 Beach «• CD 



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Bell Wm H, grocer 270 Marietta, r 78 Bush 

" Wni T, shoemkr W E Bell, bds 10 Beach 
Bella John, c, marble worker, r 95 Foundry 

" John Jr, c, drayman, r 95 Foundry 
Bellager Israel, tailor, r 135 Thompson 
Bellah Jefferson D, elk J H High & Co, bds 355 Whitehall 

" Sarah J, (vvid J as W), r 355 Whitehall 

Bellamy see also Ballamy 

" John L, cond A & F R R, r 55 Calhoun 

" Robert, c, lab, r 28 Chestnut 

" Wm C, physician, r 64 Wheat 
Seller Robert, wks Sou Agrl Wks 
Bellenger see also Ballenger 

" Augustus, baker F M Jack 
Bellingrath Albert, (Hunnicutt & Bellingrath), r 199 Crew 

" Albert F, plumber Hunnicutt & Bhllingrath, bds 199 Crew 

" Herman, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 199 Crew 

" Herman, mach Atlanta Bridge Wks, r 315 Luckie 

" Mary (wid Leonard), bds 199 Crew 
Belliveau S F^d, elk Phillips & Crew, bds 75 McAfee 

" Emma (wid Denning), r 75 McAfee 

" James D, elk H Alexander, bds 75 McAfee 



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Hellude W L, dentist, bds 209 Houston 

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Belsinger Rachel S (vvid Jacob), r 342 Whitehall 
P.enalisha Victor, opr W U T Co, bds 2? Garnetty f*f ' 

Bencini J A, gqj^ G T R R l^ "2^%. ijfrCfc.^--^^ J^— (P 
Bender Charles H, butcher, r 109 Hum[)hries 

" Louis, b.Mrk])r W Bender, bds 46 W Hunter 

" Mary, r Hamj)ton, 8 n Exposition 

" Wm, saloon, 50 W Hunter, r 46 same 
Benedict John J, cashier French rest, r t58 Richardson 
Benedetti George D, fruits 138 Marietta, r same 
Benford Gilbert, c, lab, bds 19 Eraser 

EXCEL5I2R STE/in L/JVINbRT 

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Benjamin Herman, (Benjamin & Cronheim), rms loi Whitehall 

" Joseph, c, bds 3 Elm 

" Lucy A, (wid Sidney) bds 15 Pulliam 

" Solomon, supt Atlanta Ice Co, r 278 Whitehall 
Benjamin & Cronheim, (Herman Benjamin and Solomon 

Cronheim), druggists, loi Whitehall 
Bennefield Robt, c, painter, bds 55 Fulton 
Bennett Annie, c, sick nurse, r 116 E Cain 

" Augustus, c, waiter Miss J H Clayton 
Bennett Benjamin F, Job Printer, 45 S Broad, r 67 Crew 

HfllliHOflO, COMIVIEHCIflli I PflJVlPHliET PHlHTIJlG 

45 South Broad Street. 

Large lot of Printer's Stationery always on hand. Headquarters for all 
kinds Law Blanks. The best job office outfit in the city and the best work. 

Bennett Burney, c, barber, r 969 Marietta 

" B Fletcher Jr, asst busmess mgr Atlanta Journal, r 67 Crew 

QUIOVA/ O A Q r Q I ATLANTA MFG. CO. 

OnvJVV OMOCOl 6-12 Courtland Ave. 

Bennett Charles, c, lab, bds 21 Granger 

" Charles, c, wagoner, r 263 N Calhoun 

" Charles, mngr Swift & Co, bds 124 Peachtree 

" Charles M, glass blower, r 511 S Pryor 

" Claud N, trav agt Atl Journal 

" Elias L, wks Atl Cotton Mills, bds 20 Bartow 

" Elizabeth W, (wid John) r 49 Bell 

" Emiel, wks City Brewery, bds 55 S Forsyth 

" Evin, glass blower, bds 516 S Pryor 

" Frank, c, lab, r rear 74 Houston 

" Frank, electrotyper J P Harrison & Co, r 55 S Forsyth 

" Henry T, wks W & A E R, r country 

" Isham, c, porter Peter Lynch, r 19 Trenholm 

" Jack, c, wood sawyer, r rear 9 Welton Place 

" James, brakeman E T V & G R. R. «- 

" James S, physician 70^ Whitehall, r 17 Garnett 

" James W, overseer Atl Div W & A R R, r country 

" Lewis, grocer 41 Chapel, r same 

" Lon, carp, bds 42 E Mitchell 

" Louis J, phnbr Hunnicutt& Bellingrath, bds 652 Marietta 

" Nettie, c, elk A W Moody, r 47 Martin 

" Ras, c, porter Beatie & I^ampkin, r Spring next 295 

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Bennett Riley W, grocer 652 Marietta 

" Union, c, porter Milner Bros & Co, r 87 Grant 

" Walter C, elk Am Baptist Pub Society, bds 67 Crew 

" Westgrove, carp, r 203 Little 

" Wm, c, lather, bds 116 K Cain 

" Wm, c, wks Atlanta Gas Works, rms 78 Humphries 

" Wm, c, porter C J Kamper, r rear 489 Peachtree 

" Wm, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r North Atlanta 

" Wm W, car coupler C R R, bds 129 Loyd 

" W Jasper, bkkpr J R Hopkins, bds 112 Luckie 

Bennie Alexander, carp G S May, r 140)4 Whitehall 

Benning Augustus H, r Edgewood 

Benninger Augustus, baker Jack's Steam Bakery, r 262 E Fair 

Bensel Wm, contractcr, r 58 Ellis 

Benson Charles F (W P Smith & Co), r 92 Capitol ave 
" John, c, driver Daniel Klein 
" Piron, carriage maker, bds 44 Gilmer 

Benteen Frederick W, Jr (Fairbanks, & Benteen) bds 84 Ivy 

Bentley Dozier T, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 9 Borne 
" Eli H, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, r 523 Decatur 
" Emmett, c, porter McKelden & Carlton, r 69 Houston 
" Haven, c, porter J N Nunnally, r country 



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Bentley Henry H, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, r 523 Decatur 

" Heston, c, wks W&ARR, rii5 Magnolia 

" John J, c, lab, bds 11 Jennings alley 

" Joseph, c, carp Sou Furn Co, r 11 Jennings alley 

" Lewis, c, shoemkr 113 W Peters, r 29 Markham 

" Lucy (wid Oliver), r 153 W Mitchell 

" Mary E (wid John), r 221 Decatur 

" Moses A, c, eating house 302 W Peters, r same 

" Moses H, c, barber 20 S Broad 

" Oliver W, elk, r 45 Calhoun 

" OH, died July 30, 1890 

" Simpson, c, lab, r 103 Larkin 

" Wm A, iDuilder, r 12 Cornelia 
Benton Estell E (wid Wm A), r 168 Thompson 

" Oscar, c, lab, r 47 Jackson 

" Isabella (wid Bealey), r e side Mean, Bellwood 

'■' Levi, r, helper Winship Mach Co 
Benton, Parks & Co, (Joseph B Parks) new and improved 
pattented household and kitchen specialties. Agents 
wanted. Room 14, 711^ Whitehall 

" Rev T B, r 47 Jackson 



HUNNICUn & BELLINGRATHf |AN'TARY pluiwbebs, 

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Benz Wm, stone cutter Geo Crouch, bds 42 E Mitchell 

Berbusse Chas, propr Gate City Willow Ware Co, r 105 Pulliam 

Berdell Jeff, c, lab, r 37 Solomon 

Berga Charles, elk J F Maddox & Co, bds 129 W Baker 

" Er»est L, chemist Atl Perfumery Co, bds 114 S Pryor 
Bergstrom Andrew M, printer, 21 E Hunter, r 114 S Pryor 

" Magnus, bkkpr P A O'Connor & Co, bds 114 S Pryor 
Berkele John, (Maier & Berkele), r 328 Whitehall 
Berkeley Edmund, supt A & C Div R & D R R, room 2, 56^2 

E Wall, r W Peachtree cor Kimball 
Berlin Kate, (wid Ernest), bds 28 Castleberry 
Berly Jack, c, lab, r Edgewood 
Bernard see also Barnard 

" Mrs A H, mangr dressmkg dept Chamberlin & Johnson Co, 
r 2 1 1 S Pryor 

" Alcine H, salesman Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 211 S 
Pryor 

" Joe, engr city street engine 

" Peter, confectioner 188 Marietta, r same 

" Solomon, c, lab, r Flat Shoals road 
Berne Wm J, elk A P Tripod, bds 58 N Forsyth 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL c§ = 

(Latest Improved.) Lasts 50 Years or 9Iore in Re$;ularIJso. 34S. Broa<i 

Bernhardt John, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 15 W 3d 
Bernstine G, peddler, bds 39 Courtland 
Berron Alexander B, foreman Pittman & Co, r 26 N Fowler 
Berry Balis, c, butler W W Boyd 

Charles, c, lab Atl Gas Co, r 56 Magnolia 

C Mark, insurance 24 S Broad, r West End 

D N, wks Fulton B & C Mills 

Eugene M, druggist, r 79 Ellis 

Frank M, elk cotton compress, bds 79 Ellis 

Fred, c, wks C R R 

Henry, c, barber, wks W R Finley, bds Wheat cor Courtland 

Henry, c, eng Standard Oil Co, r 260 Elliott 

James, c, brickmason, r 144 Smith 

James M, r 84 Stonewall 

Jane, ( wid Wm G), r 235 W Fair 

John D, (Bigby & Berry), bds 402 Peachtree 

Joseph, r, lab, r 348 Williams 

Malachi, mechanic, bds 20 Bartow 

Margaret, (wid Woodson), r 14 Calhoun 

Maxwell R, capitalist, r 47 Walton 

Robert A, jeweler Maier & Berkele,, bds 44 Walker 

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Berry Sarah F, (wid George W), bds i6 E Peters 

" Stephen, c, dray, r 43 Parsons 

" Zack, c, ofifice boy Markham House 
Berryhill Mary, (wid James) r Marietta, Bellvvood 
Berryman Mrs LilHe A, dressmaker, r 6J/2 S Broad 
Bertrand Charles H, opr W U Tel Co, bds 29 N Forsyth 
Besomette Wm T, machinist, bds 517 Whitehall 
Besser Bismarck, helper Paul & Gullatt Mfg Co, bds ri8 Mangum 

" Wm E, storekeeper Gate City Gas Light Co, r 118 Mangum 
Best — , with D E Luther 66}^ Whitehall, r 30 Capitol ave 
Bethea Linton S, policeman, r 367 Jones 

" Wm L, ])rinter Am News Union, bds 42 E Mitchell 
Betterton Absalom C, cabinetmkr Trovv.)ridge Furn Co, bds 9 Borne 

" Joshua R, collector (. W Wynne, bds 17 Walnut 

Bettie, see also Beatie 

" Thomas, mach Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 163 Gilmer 

" Wm H, mechanic, r 157 Gilmer 
Betting Jared D, bricklayer, r 65 Fairlie 
Bettis Joseph E, r 135 Walker 
Betts Edward, c, porter E T V & G Ry, bds 149 E Ellis 

" Henry, c, lab, r 179 Ira 

" Jesse, r, lab, r 149 E Ellis 



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Betts Wm, r, barber A Nash, r 171 Fort 

Beutell Huss M, pres the Beutell Mnfj^ Co, r loi W Harris 
Beutell Mnfg Co (The), incoporated $25,000 capital, H M 
Beutell pres, J H (iay sec and treas, interior hard wood 
finish, bank and office work, stair building, mantel, etc, 
R & D R R and Houston 
Bevan Sallie M (wid Evan), r 35 N Pryor 
Bevil James T, wks E T V & G shops r 2 Rockwell 
Bevis Joel E, elk K H Kieferstein, r 51 Gilmer 

" John W, trunk mkr Lieberman & Kaufman, rms 118 Smith 

" Samuel R, trav, rms 118 Smith 
Bexley James L, stock dealer, r 332 i< W Peters 
Beyer Frederick (Beyer & Sons), bds 90J2 Decatur 

" Henry (Beyer & Sons), bds 90^^ Decatur 

" Martin (Beyer & Sons), r 90^4 Decatur 

" Wm (Beyer & Sons), bds 90 J4 Decatur 

" & Sons (Martin, Henry, Frederick and ^Vm), grocers, 90 
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Bias Doctor, c, cook J Nix, bds 130^ Decatur 

" Marshall, <r, coachman, r 336 Calhoun 

" Pink, wks F C S Co, r 53 Factory 



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Bias Mrs (wid Wm), r 51 Factory 

Bice Eliza (wid Samuel), r 38 Jones, near Badger 

Bickart Monroe L, (Bluthenthal & Bickart), bds 186 S F'orsyth 

Bickerstaff James J, contractor, bds 68 McDaniel 

" Samuel N (Hall & Bickerstaff), bds Belmont House 
Bickford Daniel F, physician, 158 W Peters 
I5icknell J Bennett, bkkpr Coml Oil Co, bds 92 Ivy 
Bidgood Tully W, butcher, r 365 ^^ W Peters 
Bidwell Everett C, elk Geo VV Scott Mnfg Co, r Decatur 
Biederman Mrs Charles, r 69 E Fair 

Biesenthal Isaac C (J Regenstein & Co), r 419 S Pryor 
Bieser Albert H (Bieser Bros), bds 49 Bell 

" Bros (Albert H and Jacob M), meat mkt 260 Decatur 

" Jacob M, butcher, bds 164 Gilmer 

" John C, saloon 216 Decatur, r 268 E Hunter 10 Q 

15igby John S (Bigby & Berry), r 290 Washington ® ^ 

Big"by & Berry (John S Bigby, John D Berry), lawyers 66^,4 O Qi 

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Biggers E E, r, preacher, r 337 N Calhoun 

" Gustavus (Biggers & Biggers), r 54 W Cain 

" G B, elk E E Smith 

" Lillie (wid W R), bds 78 Luckie 







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Biggers Robert, elk Allen & Boylan, bds 50 E Mitchell g ^ 

" Stephen T (Biggers & Biggers), r 84 Luckie - ^ 

Biggers & Biggers (Gustavus and Stephen T), physicians and q Vr 

dispensary 55^ Peachtree z 

Bigsby Alex, c, wks Geo Ruhmann, r Orme cor Hunnicutt p p^ 

Biibro Charles R, life ins agt, r 71 Pine 
Billings Anderson E, engr Ga Elec Lt Co, r 42 Church 

" Elizabeth, (wid Jacob), wks M Barwald & Co 

" James S (Smith «fc Billings), r 27 Richardson 

" Joshua, C-, shoemaker H Spain, r Lynch's al 

" Lizzie, (wid John), r 17 Thurmond 

" Wm, lab Gate City Cofifin Co, bds 17 Thurmond 
Billingslea L C, ins agt, r 75 Williams 
Billups Albert L, r, waiter Kimball House, r 96 E Cain 

" Wm, c, lab L M Harrison, r 445 E Fair 
Binder Mrs C F, (wid Chas F), r Edgewood 
Binion Charles, wks A Foote & Bro, bds 614 Marietta 

" San ford B, r 614 Marietta 
Biljpus John, bds 146 Ivy 
Birch, see Burch. 
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Bird Cherry, c, lab, r 3 Orme 

Edward, c, brakeman, E T V & G R R 

Edward, c, wks Kimball House 

Mrs Eliza, (W H Bird & Co), r 109 Rhodes 

George, c, wks Atl Gas Light Co 

Irvine, c, wks Atl Cotton Mill 

James, c, driver Cawthorn & Bell, bds Gray 

James, wks W & A R R, r Bellwood ave 

Jerry, lab, r Bellwood ave 

Jesse O, coUr W H Bird & Co, bds 109 Rhodes 

John V, elk T H Hoge, r 151 Gilmer 

Mrs Mamie P, r 154 Loyd 

Marcus, c, preacher, r 127 Gate City 

Perry, c, driver Collins Brick Co, r 22 Monroe 

Robert, c, flagman E T V & G R R 

Samuel, c, drayman J D O'Rear & Co, r 224 C R R 

Sam, c, lab, r rear 268 Jones 

Taylor, c, wks Singer & Miller, r 10 Jenkins 

Walter, c, lab, rms 15 Humphries 

Wm H, (W H Bird & Co), r 109 Rhodes 

W H & Co, (W H and Mrs Eliza Bird), 93 S Broad 

carp Pittman & Co, rms 33 Poplar 



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ffilUUlllJ iX UlLll 1 U CaU at Atwater Carriage Co., 30 to 47 W. Alabama St. 

Birdsall Co The, T E Grimes mngr, 84 S Forsyth 
Birley Alfred, c, lab, r Sugar al n w cor Honey al 
Birney Theodore W, (Blalock & Birney), bds 24 Houston 
Bishop Andrew, elk Venable & Son, bds 20 Gordon, West End 

" Charles, c, waiter Kimball House, r rear 9 Orange 

" Fletcher, lineman Southern Bell Tel Co 

" George, c, lab, r Drake's alley 

*' Geo W, druggist 197 Wheat, r 205 Houston 

" G D, tel opr W U T Co 

" Irving, wks Expo Mills, r 70 Expo Grounds 

" James, wks Expo Mills, bds 70 Expo Grounds 

" John H, elk W & A R R, r Smyrna, Ga 

" John L, printer J P Harrison & Co, r North Atl 
Bishop John V, contractor and builder and stair builder, 
stone and brick-work a specialty r 56 Blackmon. 
(See adv, page 59) 

" Mamie (wid Thomas), r 425 E Fair 

" Thomas J, tel opr W U T Co, bds 25 Garnett 
Bishop Thomas L, lawyer 28^ East Wall, r 252 E Cain 

" Thomas L, slen Atlanta Glass Co, r Lithonia, Ga 

" Wm, contractor, r 37 Chamberlain 

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Bishop Wm H, tailor, r 25 Garnett 
" Wm H, student, bds 55 N Butler 

Bivin James, r, lab, bds Hall's alley 

Bivings Wm B, mach W & A R R, bds 48 Simpson 

Bivins George P, jjoliceman, bds 70 Davis 
" Jesse, c, lab, rms 103 Markham 

" Lee, hostler W D Grant, r 270 Calhoun ^^^ 

" Thomas, c, wks Van Winkle G & M Co %^P 

Bixby C L, fireman W & A R R 

Bizzell Hattie S, (wid Wm D), r 53 Forest ave ^TS 

" Wm B, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r Jackson, Bellwood ^~^ 

Black Andrew D, wks G W Jack Mfg Co (^9 

" Anna I, (wid Curtis) r 29 Powers ^i^J 
" Charles E, r North ave, n side i west of Jackson ■ 

" Cornelius J, elk Hoyt & Thorn, bds 430 Whitehall ■§■■ 

" Edwin C, carp, bds 29 Powers <'.^% 
" Ellen T, (wid George W), bds North ave, n side i w Jackson ^^^ 

Black Eugene P, genl frt agt W & A R R, r 308 Peachtree , — ' — . 

" Frederick W, with Parke- N Blacky bds 29 Powers ^ 

" George; blksmith Atl Mach Wks, bds 6 Hampton i 

" James R (Black «& Mcintosh), bds Kimball House O 

" John T, moulder Southern Agrl Wks, r 11 Edwards [^ 



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<Jeiioral Agent, •" 

OF NEW YORK. L No. 10 Decatur Street, n 

Black Joseph R, traveler, bds 430 Whitehall '^ 

" Lindsay, c, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co > 

" Malinda (wid Elisha), r 6 Hampton »" 

" Mary E (wid Lawson) r 72 Spring 3, 

" Mrs Mollie, bds 70 Gilmer m 

" Nellie P (wid George R), bds 488 Peachtree _ 

Black Parker N, Civil Engineer, 40 Capitol Block, r 29 Powers 2 



Rooms 39 and 40 Old Capitol Building-, Atlanta, Georgia. 



Aater and Sewerage Systems, Railroads, Surveys of Town Sites, Improvements of Water 

Power, Landscape Designs. 

I'laiis. RNtiitiittcM and KpeciticatioiiM. Kii|><>rviMion of Work. 

Black Robert C, Boots and Shoes, 35 Whitehall, r 184 Wash- 
ington. (Tel 553) 
' Thomas, wks Woodward Lumber Co 
•' Thomas J, barkpr Tiller & Suttle, r 123 W Peters 
" Wm H, bds 308 Peachtree 

GEO. CROUCH C^onunients, Headstones 
77 LOYD STREET. 1 and Statuapy. 



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Black & Mcintosh (J R Black & C T Mcintosh), grain, 17 E Ala- 
bama. (Tel 284) 
Blackburn Andrew, c, wks Van Winkle Foundry, r 163 Fraser 

Benjamin M, trav Constitution Pub Co, r 126 Capitol ave 
Eli C, blacksmith, r 166 Luckie 
Henry, lab, bds 139 Rhodes 
John C, brickmason, r 139 Rhodes 
Joseph, f, janitor Calhoun St Sch, r 200 Calhoun 
Leroy, lab, bds 139 Rhoc'eG 
Park, stone cutter, Patterson Bros 
Blackburn Robert B, (Blackburn & Garrett), bds 126 Wash- 
ington 
Blackburn «fe Garrett, (Robert B Blackburn, Henry Y 

Ciarrett), lawyers, 14V2 Whitehall 
Blacker Charles B, stonemason, r 9 Gartrell 

" Mrs Willie, bds 120 S Forsyth 
Blackey Samuel C, bds 29 N Forsyth 
Blackman Anderson, «., carp, r 65 Winship al 

" Benjamin B, wks E T V & G shops, r 66 Gate City 

" Bob, r, brickmason, r 44 Fulton 

" Charles, eng R & D R R, r 374 Wheat 

" David D, chief eng Fulton B & C Mills, r 8 Waterhouse 



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No. 30 S. BROAD STREET. 
Place to Buy Cheapest and 
Best Property. CALL. 



Blackman Mrs Hattie, r 85 Alexander 

" James M, mach R & i) R R, r 2 Lucy 

" John, frt cond G P R R, bds 36 Simpson 

" John I, eng, r 12 Factory 

" Thomas, eng G R R 

" Willis, mach, r 273 Crumley 
Blacknall Benjamin O, elk S M Inman & Co, r West End 

" Henry S, elk Hoyt & Thorn, r West End 
Blackshear John N, c, elk U S Int Rev office, r 166 N Butler 

" J Emmett, physician, S S S, r 72 E Mitchell 
Blackstock Jasper, carp, r 330 Mangum 

" John, rock mason, r 27 Elm 

" Joseph J, stone mason, r 124 Pine 

" Joseph W, moulder, bds 124 Pine 

" Mary (wid James), r rear 27 Elm 

" Robert, moulder Atl Mach Co, bds 330 Mangum 

'' Thomas, brkmason, r 13 Leonard ■ 

" Walter W, mach R & D R R, bds 330 Mangum 

" Wm K, stone mason, r 120 Pine 
Blackston Alfred E, wks Terra Cotta Works, r 22 Ella 
Blackstone L, wks Sou Agrl Works 

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) Real Estate Arent, No. 45 B. Hunter Street, 
\ Sells, RenU and Exchanges Dairy, Fruit and 
J Truck Farms in all Parts of Georgria. 

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Blackwell George, wks E T V & G R R shops, bds 66 McDaniel 

" John D, saloon 454 Marietta, r 47 E Simpson 

Blackwood John H, teach Gordon School, bds Hotel Weinmeister 

Blades Mary (wid John) rms 27 Hills ave qi 

Blair Israel M, r 24 Hills ave ^^ 

" Nathan N (Blair & Son), r 35 Hills ave (0 r^ 

" Richard, c, wks J A Gifford, r 18 George ^J 

" Wm, merchant, r 35 Hills ave 5 HH 

'• Wm S, (Blair & Son), r 420 E Fair O ^^ 

" & Son, (Wm S & Nathan N), meat 20 King > ^ 

Blake Clarence E, c, brickmason, r 96 Bell l^ 

" Emma, c, cook J A Harris, r rear 62 Ellis {Jj fW 

" Floyd, c, lab Atl St R R, r 18 Martin a y 

" Frank, c, car cleaner Pullman's Palace Car Co jjj ^jf 

" Harry, printer Constitution Pub Co, bds 65 Cone h >^ 

" Henry, {, porter Sou Ex Co, r 300 Fraser- " q^ 

" John, foreman Southern Belting Co, r West End (J^ 

" Joseph, c, wks W & A R R, r 68 Richmond 

" Thomas H, c, grocer, 277 W Peters, r same 2- "7 / - Qj. 

" Zachary, lab, r 205 Glenn ^\ 

Blakeslee C R, driver F M Jack 7^ 

INTERIOR FINISH I ATLANTA MFG. CO. '"ffi 

STORE, BANK AND OFFICE FIXTURES. { 6-12 COURTLAND A VE. ^. qq 

Blalock Albert, c, lab, r 20 Humphries y, 

" Alex, c, wks Tiller & Sutdes •TJ P 

*' Austin, c, car cleaner Pullman Palace Car Co »rt*?' 

" Charles Z, (Blalock & Birney), r 41 Highland ave q ^ 

" Elijah J, ^, elk J T Schell, r, bds 96 W Mitchell W 

" Emanuel, c, lab, r 44 Parks JS^ 

Blalock Eugene M, genl mngr Atl T & B Co, r country c^* P 

" Frank, r, lab, rm.s 20 Humphries *^*rB 

" Henry, c, lab, r Summit near Rockwell P hj 

" James, c, lab, rms 20 Humphries M -^ 
" John, c, lab, rms 20 Humphries 

" Joseph H, c\ mess W U Tel Co, r 230 W Hunter gp^ 

" Julius, c, lab, rms 20 Humphries i_j £» 

" Lyman, c, butler Miss M J McKeon ^m* 

" Pink, ^, lab W & A R R, r rear 113 W Harris ^^ 

" Wm, r, lab, rms 20 Humphries 00 CQ 

" Wm, c, dishwasher, r 44 Parks 01 "* 
! " & Birney (Charles Z & Theodore W), lawyers 231^ Whitehall Q.4. 
, Blanchard p:dgar W, trav M C & J F Riser & Co, bds Marshall House g' ' 

I " John, c, waiter Kimball House, r rear 237 S Pryor q . 

, " Moses C, r 145 W Mitchell Pu*'' 

• " Thomas C, machinist, bds Ponder e side 6 n of 4th fO 



Lumber, Lathg, Shingles, 

Moulding, Et«. 
38>^ S. BROAD STEEET. 



CRESS LUMBER CO. 



inninCUT IIIOIIDlllOrr "ROmpt and liberal settlements, 

AbUlUtN I IKbUKANbb TORBETT & McCANDLESS, State Agents, 

Emplojm thbUitf AmnaM C«ip«nti0B. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONt 72. 

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jH Blanchard Wade H, real estate 145 W Mitchell tT| 

Ql " Wm H, machinist, r Ponder e side 6th n of 4th 

Q ^ Bland Mary, c, cook J P Wolford, r rear 260 Peachtree 



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^^ Qg Blankinship James A, r 34 Garden 

^\m " Robert D, wks Phenix Planing Mill, r 36 Garden X j^ 

Q CO Blanton James, cabinetmaker, bds 463 Marietta ;q J^ 

0^ " John, c, whitewasher, r rear 30 Kichardson fll ^^ 

Z " Lee, mach W R Polk, Jr, r 99 Walton ^ ^ 

•J w Blasingame Willie W, farmer, r 12 Martin _ ^^ 

05 'T Blaxton Lawrence, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 67 Expo grounds ^ II 

--. ^ Bleckley Logan E, Chief Justice, r 187 Peachtree 0> ^ 

* ^ '• Logan, Jr, asst Clk Superior Court, bds 187 Peachtree 2 ^^ 

Q ^ " Paul, corresp Macon Telegraph, bds 187 Peachtree pi M^ 

•^ Bliem. Herman (Bliem & Leyh), r 425 W Peters CO M 

jj ?J Bliem & Leyh (Herman Bliem, C Leyh), grocers, steam pretzel ** W 

n*^ and bread bakers, 143 and 427 W Peters (See page 33) JJ ^^ 

Bliley Frank X, undertaker 62 S Pryor, r 75 Calhoun 2 i.^ 

f Bliss F W, inst carriage trimming dept Clark's University P ^2 

^K Block E Bates, bds F E Block HI Q 

W " Frank C, elk F E Block, bds 424 Peachtree O W 

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Block Frank E (Tel 248), cracker and candy mnfr, whol "*[ S^ 

A fancy groceries, 35-39 E Alabama, cor Pryor, r 424 < ^ 

^ I Peachtree J (^ 

*«J 5 " John, c, wks E Van Winkle & Co, r 258 Mangum J ^ 

^ Q " John D, wks W & A R R, r country 5w 

l< M " Thomas, c, lab, r 37 Hills ave fij^ ^^ 

^n " Wm L, wks W & A R R, r country "o 

^ Q Blocker Daniel W, shoemaker 330^ Decatur, r 37 Berean ave jj ^|^ 

^ ^ " Oscar, wks Fulton B & C Mills ^ t^ 

^ Q Blodgett Edwin F, supt delivery postofifice, r 210 Ivy q 1—4 

^ " " Jacob P, elk RMS, bds 72 Marietta O 5^ 

Uj Jj " John F, elk R M S, r 210 Ivy ^ 

jJ U Blondel , elk A J Miller & Co, bds 124 Peachtree I H^ 

^ J Blood Balm Co, A G Candler pres, L M Gillam sec, 47 Peachtree C HH 

Q fl Bloodsoe Wm, c, porter W A Vernoy ^ ^^ 

^ M Bloodworth Clarence J, wks Chamberlin & Johnson, bds 7 Ga ave ® 

^5 " Elijah H, bkkpr T H P Bloodworth • ^ 

Qj) * " Emily L (wid Thomas J), r 7 Georgia ave ^^ 

^ * " Herbert R, bkkpr Atl Nat Bank, r 345 Jones ^ 

^ " James M, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 30 Windsor -^ 

^ Bloodworth Jason G, bkkpr Atlanta Compress & Whsg Co, r ^I^ 

Q 306 Whitehall W 

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Architects and Superintendents 

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•■^^ Bloodworth Litt, Jr, sec East Atl Land Co and Atlanta & 
c^ Ed^rewood St R R and the Hanye Grocery Co, bds 306 

^ Whitehall ^^ 

p»^ " Litt J, cotton shipper Adair Bros & Co, bds 18 Smith ^ J 

" Solomon, elk East Atlanta l>and Co, bds 306 Whitehall ^^ 

Bloodworth Thomas H P, genl agt Union Central Life Ins 

Lo, 9^ Marietta, r 39 Jones (See page 39) 
Bloom Lee, rms 77^ Peachtree 



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^^ Bloomberg Morris, peddler, bds 166 Decatur ^1^ 

^■^ Bloomfield Elizabeth (wid Michael) r 70 E Hunter ^^^ 



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O " Patrick J (Wallace & Bloomfield) bds 79 E Hunter 

O" Richard R, bkkpr P J Kenny, r 79 E Hunter 
Bloomingdale Charles R, wks Fulton B & C Mills 
^^ Blount, see also Blunt 

Adolphus, c, fireman Ga Electric Light Co, r 231 Clarke 

Edmund M, janitor State Capitol, r 56 Courtland 

Hugh, <r, wks Atlanta Ice Co 

John, saloon, 142 Marietta, r 100 Walton 

John T, r 205 Peachtree 

Josephine S, bkkpr Gate City National Bank, r 119 Ivy ,_ * _^ 

Lewis, c, portor Union Depot, r 286 W Mitchell 

Louisa M, (wid ), rms 35 Houston ^O 

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1-3 THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL | — 

Is the Best. (Sold One-balf •r all Cawh or on Time. 24 N. Broad St. «> O 

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• Blount Michael N. chief elk C R R, r 10 Markham 2 ■ 

^ " Patrick J, elk C R R, r 13 Warren place 
^^ " Sarah B, (wid J E), r 119 Ivy 
^^ " Walter B barkpr, r 130 Thompson 

SBlue Bosson, c, wks Southern Terra Cotta Works, r 144 Chapel 
Blue Ernest W, watches clocks jewelry and diamonds 73 
Mm^ Whitehall, r 270 Boulevard. Watches $1 a week 

^\* Blue Yank, large Newfoundland dog — finest in Georgia — prop- 
"^^ erty of E W Blue the $1,00 a week Jeweler. 

^^^ If you find him lost return him to 270 Boulevard 

Blumenfeld Nator[), bds Kimball House 
ft ^ Bluthenthal Aaron, (Bluthenthal & Bickart), r 186 S Forsyth 
^^ " Herman, elk Bluthenthal & Bickart, bds National Hotel 

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j 16 Decatur Street, 

LEATEEB SZLTIKa A»D LACE LSATESS. (.ATLANTA, . - . - GEORGIA. 

BLU 461 BOE 

Bluthenthal & Bickart, (Aaron Bluthenthal, Monroe L, 



|/q Bickart) wines liquors and cigars 46-50 Marietta ^0^ 

-o (BLUTHENTHAL & BICKART.) 

" Wines, Iiiquohs, flp Gigahs, 

46 and 48 MARIETTA ST., ATLANTA, GA. 



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Chamber of Commerce Building 
Boartfield Adam F, cabinet mkr, bds 229 Marietta 

" Samuel, carp, r 229 Marietta 

" Wm W mach Atl Bridge Wks, bds 229 Marietta 
Boatenreiter Chas B, bkkpr, bds 81 N Butler 

" Jonn B, helper Guimarin, Engles & Stockton, r 81 N Butler 

T. H. P. BI.OODWORTH, Gen. Agt. 

Endowment Polices at Life Rates. 

See Page 39. 



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Boatfield Samuel L, wks Fenley Furn Co 
" Wesley, wks At! Cotton Mills 

Boaz Geo R, r 64 Ponce de Leon ave 

Boazman John J, wks W & A R R, r country 

Bobbitt W F, bds Kimball House 

Bobo Chany, grocer, r Bellwood ave n w cor Chestnut 
Geo W, (Bobo & Hood), r 9 Carter 
John H, photographer 300 Marietta, r 290 same 
Mack, molder Winship Mach Co, bds 21 Mechanic 
Robt, wks Atl Cotton Mills 
Miss Sallie, seamstress, r 279 Mangum 
Willis G, solicitor Carlton & Smith, r 137 Marietta 
& Hood (Geo W Bobo & Robt J Hood), grocers 208 Marietta 

Bock Leo, engraver 32)4 W Mitchell, r West End 

Boddy Alfred, c, lab, r 182 Eraser 

Bodie Lee, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills 

Body Guy, c, blacksmith 155 W Peters, r 399 W Hunter 

Bodenhamer J A, printer, bds 152 Whitehall 

Boeckh, see also Beck 

" Charles, civil engineer, r 63 Houston 

Boettcher Richard, salesman P J Kenny, bds 50 N Broad 

Heavy Furnishings for Hotels, Offices, Public Buildings, &g 

OFFICE UKSKS A SP£CIAI<TY. CaABIBERI.IBr, JOHNN<»Br A CO. 

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Bogajski Wm, driver Fire Co No 2, r 150 Crew 

Bogans Isam, c, street sweeper, r 254 W Fair 

Bogdan Joseph, bds 79 Loyd 

Boggan Sarah A (wid W P), r 49 Wheat 
g-T*^ " Wm C, saloon Alabama cor Pryor, r 49 Wheat 
■ ~ Boggs Wm, wks F C S Co, r 8 Boulevard 
ll_ _ Boggus Francis M, carp, r 216 Linden ave 
CrO " Thomas B, engineer E T V & G R R, r 75 Gate City 
^- . -_ Bogman George W, bkkpr Atl Newspaper Union, r 25 Richardson 
j^^ I Bohannan G, r, lab city 
r^ Bohannon Joseph A, carpenter, r 30 Kelley 

W . "J W, r Porter and Holderness, W E 
kI W " Mike, r, lab, r Lee, W E 
P) M " Wm F, boarding house, no Mangum 
<J !^ " Joshua, carpenter, r 416 E Fair 
p^ i» Bohne James H, mldr, Winship Mch Co, bds 223 Luckie 
pq y Bohnefeld Charles, cabinet mkr 7 N Forsyth, r33 Poplar 
^ Bohr Moritz W, grocer 199 W Mitchell, r 195 W Mitchell 
^ J Boinest M R, (wid John), r 58 Jackson 

K Boland Kells H, physician and surgeon and propr Natl Surgi- ^v# 
^ Q! cal Institute 98 S Pryor, r same .< 

W m <' William, wks Atl Machine Works 



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Bolden Joseph, c, shoemkr 194 Wheat £ A 

Boldin Samuel, c, wks Ad Bridge Works, r Tumblin, 3 n Moore r \^ 

" William, r, wks Atl Bridge Works, bds Tumblin, 3 n Moore - 
Bolds Felix, c, blksmith, r 204 Mangum . g b^ 

" Solomon, <r, wks Glass Factory, r 196 Gate City 



Boles Charles S, sten Ad Cot Seed Oil Mills, r 131 S Pryor 

" Tobe, c, wks G P R R 

" Wm D, carp, r Hampton, 7 n Exposition 
Bolin Alfred, c, fireman G P R R, rms 151 Elliott 
Bolles Cleveland, elk Bolles & Bruckner, bds West End 
Bolles George F (Bolles & Bruckner), r West End 

•' George G, elk Bolles & Bruckner, bds West End 

■" William, wks May Mantel Co 
Bolles & Bruckner (George F Bowles & Eugene Bruckner), 

books, stationery and fancy goods, 6-8 Marietta 
Bollman Wm, jeweler, lo Whitehall, r 76 Marietta 
^<2 Bolsius Anthony H, elk Ga R R, r 183 E Hunter 

" Eugene, finisher Atlanta Mfg Co, r 183 E Hunter 
Bolton Francis L (wid Andrew M), r 84 Nelson 

" Wm, carp, r N Calhoun, near cor Blakeley 
Bolware John E, c, shoemaker A A Stroud, r 23 Eraser 













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-^-> Bolware Joseph, c, shoemaker Nelson Lee, rms 63)^ Decatur tSJ 

^JL^ Bomar Henry, c, wks Young Men's Library, r 290 Crew irf\ 

J[^ " Isabella, c (wid Daniel), bds 290 Crew w<« 

-pv " John H, with J Silvey & Co, r West End ij 

—^ " Peter, lab, bds 290 Crew ^Tj 

-^^ Bonapart Napoleon, c, lab, r 127 Markham 

JJ^J^ Bond Joseph T, carp r 18 Chestnut 

" Samuel, c, blacksmith, r Edgewood 

XL/ " Sarah C (wid Francis), r 39 Factory 

^^ Bonds J W, bkkpr Atl Nat B & L Assn, rms 177 S Pryor 

-j-y Bondurant John T, condr Fulton Co St Ry, r 53 Ellis ^^^ 

J^ " Robert E. contractor, r 5 Bluff ^J 

-^►- Bone James, lab, bds 61 Rhodes ^^T 

G- " Mrs J Clara, r 61 Rhodes U^ 

y^ " Sanders, carpenter, died Oct 28 1890 " 

" Wm H, motorman Fulton Co Elec R R, bds 8 Ga R R 

^\ " Wm R, wks Phenix Planing Mill, r 192 Gilmer 

^-^ Bonnell Wm A, sexton Oakland Cemetery, bds 63 Eraser 

^-^ Bonner George, r, wks Mitchell & Parker, r 44 E Mills 

" Gus, c, wks city, r 315 N Fort ^^j 

J^ " Hampton, c, waiter Mrs A P Talmadge CCl 

^ " Jack, c, wks C R R ^^^ 

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-jT^ Bomer Jerry, c, gardener, bds 194 Eraser 
■^f " John H, candy maker G E Johnson, bds 219 Haynes 

»^ *' Joseph, c, lab city ^^^ 

" Lee, c, lab, r 211 E Cain CQ 

<Ste " Nathan, c, lab, r 209 E Cain ^ ^ . _, 

" Robt, c, shoemaker, rms 33 Curtis al ^ 

Jr* " Wm R, printer Journal, bds Zt, Marietta M , 

J^ Bonnethe J H, cond ETV&GRR » 

1^ Bonnett John W, finisher Technological School, r 34 Plum ^ H 

-_- Booker Frank, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 22 Hunnicutt ' 

-•-^ " Frank, c, butler Mrs J Keely, r 313 Eraser 

€3 " Geo, c, rock mason, r rear 83 Hilliard 

J^ " John, moulder Winship Mach Co, bds 22 Hunnicutt 

" Robert L, mattress maker, rms 30 Ella (Old Barracks) 
^ " Wm A, wks W & A R R, r country 

'^^ " Mrs, r 22 Hunnicutt 
•*_> Bookes Camp, c, wks Beutell Mfg Co 
I " James H, c, carp, r 35 Reed 

AjA Bookout Henry W, elk Bradstreet Co, r 161 Foundry 

Booman Wm A, elk W A VValden, bds 218 Hilliard 

Boone Henry, c, butler Dr F H Orme, r rear 

CIGARS, iH. G. KUHRT.t PIPES, .• .• .- 

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Boone John N, mach, bds 2 McDaniel 
" J A, student, bds 15 E Mitchell 
" Richard, r, wks Postal Tel Co, r 43 Teitlebaum al 
" Thomas, eng G P R R, bds 36 Newton 

nHoossorre A, carp Beutell Mfg Co 
Booth Francis E, (wid George), r 236 Elliott 
" John T, r 80 E Cain 
" Sampson, night watchman, r 69 Foundry 
||v " Walter H, trav, bds 38 Larkin 

Uj " Wm K, wagon mkr, 72 Peters, r 38 Larkin ^^ 

2 " W H, trav M T Eckford ^W 

0m " W H, wks Georgia School of Technology ^^ 

MH Boran Thomas, wks Southern Furniture Co ^^ 

'^A Ijorden Florida, c, teacher, bds 309 W Mitchell 

T* Boring Jesse W, elk R & D R R, r 230 E Hunter ^^ 

" John M physician and surgeon, r S side Emmettbet McMillan 

«and State %^t 
•' Wm, elk Gramling & Nisbet, bds 230 E Hunter , ^ 

1^ " Wm R, (Boring & Vaughn), r outside city ^ 

^" " & Vaughn, (Wm R Boring Chas A Vaughn) grocery 347-349 ^ 

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THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, \ 

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IHo, 10 Decatur Street. 



Born Fletcher, wks Atl Furn Mfg Co, r Marietta, Bellwood td 

" Sarah M (wid James), bds 378 S Pryor 10 p^J 

" D L, trav J B Daniel, r Norcross Ga * J> 

BoroschoffI, tailor, 154;^ Decatur, r same T» 5J 

" Simeon, mach Atl Piano Co, r 154/^ Decatur ^ m3 

Borum Miss Alice M, teacher Washington Seminary, bds 50 Walton O _2 

Bosard Burdette V, elk Standard Wagon Co, bds 53 E Harris J ^S 

Bosard Wesley R, genl secty R R branch Y M C A, r 53 E » WJ 

Harris S M 

Bosbey John, c, wks C R R Q 

Bosche Richard C, painter 33^ S Broad, r 58 W Foundry h i-i* 

Bosley T A, agt E T V & G R R, rms 66 ^^o Whitehall » ^ 

Bosse Louis H, printer The Mutual Ptg Co, r 303 E Hunter mi^ 

" Wm, printer Constitution 7^ 

Bosson Fred, glassblower Atl Glass Works, r 510 S Pryor >^ 

Bostian John A, grocer, r Grant cor Logan ^ 
Hostick Abram, c, carp, r Roy s e cor Herbert 
Bostick Arthur B, asst supt W & A R R, r 120 Loyd 
" A Clyde, elk R & D R R, bds 120 Loyd 
" Emmett L, elk E T V & G R R, bds 120 Loyd 

" Joseph, c, porter J J Logue, r 34 Tiedebaum's alley ^ 

" Marietta T, (wid Rufe), r 108 Capitol ave ^ 

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Bostick Marshall, r, porter Spencer & Hancock, r 7 Bell 

" Rufus E, elk I S Mitchell, bds 108 Capitol ave 
Boston Frank M, elk W & A R R, r Marietta Ga 
" Frederick, fireman W & A R R, r 330 Haynes 
" J E, wks W «& A R R, r country 
" Peter, ^, lab, r 24 Teitlebaum al 
" S W, cond W & A R R, r country 
" T Q, fireman W & A R R 
Bostiom Ernest A, wks Ga Show Case Co, bds 89 E Mitchell 
Bostwiek Annie E, (wid Thomas R), (Bostwick & Dicken), r 108 
Marietta 
" J G, salesman Atlanta Wooden Ware Co 
" & Dicken, (Mrs Annie E Bostwick, Mrs Kate S Dicken), 
boarding 108 Marietta 
Bos well George L, cond ETV&GRR, r32 Rockwell 
Wm, C-, wks A Foote & Bro 
John T, c, wks C R R, r 16 Delbridge 
Wm, c, coachman D O Dougherty 
Wm S, c, brick mason, r rear 31 Cone 
Zaehary L, bds 32 Rockwell 



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Bosworth Donnie B, physician, bds 24 Garnett 

" Frank, foreman Sou Bed Spring Co, bds 13 Washington 

" Frederick P, fireman W & A R K, r 140 Thompson 

" Howard L, student, bds 24 Garnett 

" James L, stock trader, r 107 Courtland 

" Josiah M, physician, r 24 Garnett 

" Randolph, c, wks G P R R, j- 30 Chatiahoochee 

Bothwell Charles E, hkkpr Ga Loan, Sav & Bkg Co, bds 52 S Btll 

Bothwell Roger L, bkkpr C P Byrd, r 52 S Bell 

Bough Jerry, r, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co 

Bourn John T, contractor, r 165 Luckie 

" Thomas VV, tinsmith 189 Marietta, r 56 Lambert 
" Wm H, wks Van Winkle Gin and Mach Co 

Boutell Anna M (wid John), r 138 Courtland 
" George H, carp, r 161 Foundry 

Bowden Emma (wid Franklin), r 44 W Hunter 
" Howard, r, painter, r Ira, s e cor Fletcher 
" John, glass blower, bds 48 E Hunter 
" J M, wks Fenley Furniture Co 
" Jesse, c, drayman Boyt & Thorn 

Bowden Michael A (Stewart & Bowden), bds Kimball House 
" Walter V, wks Fenley's Furn Fact, r 350 Luckie 
" Wright, c, grocer, Fletcher, bet Gate City and Ira 

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Bowden W L, watchman Central R R 

Bowder Albert G, wks E T V & G R R, r Gate City, bet Rock- 
well and Berrell 

Bowen Andrew J, r 38 W Mills 

" Caroline E (wid Hiram), r 6 Chestnut 

" Charles S, wks W & A R R 

" C E, show case maker Atlanta Mfg Co, r 38 Mills 

" C J, show case maker Atlanta Mfg Co, r 45 W 3d 

" Edward, c, r rear 70 Markham 

" Henry, butcher, r 239 Kennesaw al 

" James, c, wks S W Day, r rear 32 Gullatt 

" James, c, wks Robt Dohme, r rear 33 Jones 

" James B, plumber, r 181 Loyd 

" James C (H Crankshaw & Co), r 180 S Forsyth 

" John, c, driver W C Hudson, r 42 Green's Ferry 

" John A, bkkpr A B Steele, bds 6 Brotherton 

" Joseph M, tinsmith W C Henagan, r 6 Chestnut 

" Lizzie E (wid George) r 6 Brotherton 

" Looney, wks Cooledge Paint Co, r 606 Marietta 

'' Lonnie, r 90 Expo grounds 

" Mrs Mollie C, grocer 221 W Peters, r same 

" Robert, wks Winship Mach Co, bds 17 Hulsey 



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Bowen Samuel, wks Winship Machine Co 

" Sandy, c, lab, r Wilson near Bellwood ave 

" Sidney, c, grocer 158 E Harris, r same 

" Squire, c, lab, bds 12 Rock 

" Wm, c, driver Herren's Hack Line 

" V m H, elk Mrs M C Bowen, r 221 W Peters 

" Wm R, sh case mkr, Atl Mfg Co, r 38 Mills 
Bower John, physician, r 31 Poplar 
Bowers Frank A, foreman Brosius S M M Co, r 17 Humphries 

" John L, tinner R & D R R, r Flat Shoal road 

'' Wm, carpenter, r Flat Shoal road 
Bowes W W, physician, 2^ Marietta bds 45 Calhoun 
Bowie John A, agt Guardian Assurance Co of London, Hano- 
ver Fire Ins Co of N Y, Fire Assn of Philadelphia, Pa, 
and Mchnts Ins Co of New Jersey, 23 J^ Whitehall, r 120 
S Pryor 

" Nathan, wks Atl Brewing Co 

" Robert T, policeman, r 28 Ella, Old Barracks 
Bowker Benjamin, printer Constitution, bds Scarratt's 
Hovvlen Barry Y, wks E T V & G shops, r 38 Garibaldi 
BoAvles, see also Bolles. 



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W nITINu MACHInCi Torbett A%cCM<il<NM! 

Ctenerml AKcnta OcorgrlA and AI»l>ana«, 
32 Kimball Hoase, Decatur St., T«l«pboM« 72, 



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c^ Bowles Ephraim, c, lab, r N Atlanta P^ 

fiuLJ " Markins L, printer Franklin Pub Co, r 10 Edgewood . * . 

1^ Bowling C D, wks Van Winkle Gin & M Co ^^ 

^im Bowly Geo W, salesman Atlanta Rubber Co CO 

^^^^ Bo"winan, see also Baughman. ""C^ 

ipv^ " Wiley W, grocer 350 Ira, r 351 same pZ^ " 

CO " Wm A, elk R & D R R, bds 218 Hilliard OO. 

'{' > Box John, c, driver H L Schesinger ^ 

•^^ Boyce Sanford N, wks B F Longley, res 9 Wallace ^/S 

{ I } " Wm A, lab, r 4 Gray [ i ' 

" Wm J, butcher, bds 4 Gray <^> 

^^ Boyd Alfred, c, minister, r rear 128 Courtland |^ 

^ " Anderson, c lab, r 337 E Hunter 

^■^ " Anthoney, c, lab, res 124 Tanners alley ^^ 

♦^p'j " Charles, wks Boyd & Baxter, bds 435 Marietta ^^ 

pyi*| " Frank, c, gardener, r Cypress e side, i n 5th f^ . 

pr-"^ " George, c, switchmen G P R R — 

»i-H " George W, saloon, 424 Marietta, r 435 same * ^^ 

F"- I " Green, c, carpenter, bds 200 Calhoun j— « 

{ ^ " Harry, head engraver Freeman & Crankshaw f» . 

^^ " Isaac S, pres Boyd & Baxter furn fac, res 437 Peachtree 

^/^ " James, c, foreman McDuffy brick yard, res 271 N Calhoun ^^ 

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Boyd James F, trav Maier & Co, r 449 Marietta 

" James S (Boyd & Henderson) r Decatur, Ga 

" Jordan, c, drayman, r 16 Warner's ave 

" John, wks Southern Agrl Wks, r Ezra, 3 s Moore 

" John W, wks F C S Co, r 42 Factory 

" J H, elk J M High & Co 

J=a " Leonard C, Ry Mail Clk, bds 44 Church 

•^ " Martha A (wid Hugh), r 74 Calhoun 

^^ " Mote, elk Elkins & Watson Drug Co, bds 55 Walton 

Ctf " Oril, c, lab r rear 446 Whitehall 

^^ " Oscar, c, porter Sou Ex Co, r 104 Magnolia 

<7__^ " Perry, c, wks R R, r 83 Waverly Place 

^-,, " Robert, c, waiter, bds 257 N Calhoun = S 

5—} " Robert, wks Fulton B & C Mills 5? S£ 

^S> " Robert E, saloon 401 Marietta, r 435 same " rn 

"■^^ " Sanford, c, wks W L Traynham, r rear 4 Grady o ^ 

•OO " Stuart, elk Standard Oil Co, bds 24 Houston -^ 

g " Mrs S R, elk Gramling & Nisbet, bds 44 Church J g 

'^3 " Thomas, wks Boyd & Baxter, r Ezra 4 s Moore 3 p^ 

>-^ " Thos J, cashier G R R o m 

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KEarbleized Iron, Slate and Hard- 
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Boyd Walter, wks Fulton B & C Mills 

Walter C, elk Gramling & Nesbit, bds 22 Formwalt 
Warren, trav Sta Oil Co, bds 24 Houston 
Wm, c, porter barber shop, bds rear 143 Calhoun 

Wm H, c, shoemaker J Westmore, r iii Houston ^^^ 

Wm R, agt fertilizer, bds 24 Houston ^^^ 

^^ Boyd W Wallace, sec VanWinkle G & M Co, r 54 N Forsyth ^T 
p^S Boyd & Baxter Furniture Factory (Isaac S Boyd pres, 
_ ri Thomas W Baxter secty & treus). Furniture Mfrs, 974- 
^ ~\ 1006 Marietta. (Tel 319) 

t"^ " & Henderson (J S Boyd & J M Henderson), grocers 
Oyn. Peachtree 

Boydan J D, coat mkr H B Elston, rms James Bank block 
ff^ Boyer Elijah, c, wiper W & A R R 
^P^ " Walter, ^, wiper W & A R R 
_ |- i Boykin Alonzo, c, brickmason, r 16 Fraser 

"***^ " Bazil M, elk Gibbs Drug Co, bds 15 Wheat piH 

,_ " Frank, c, driver hack, r 235 Wheat ^^^ 

^•^^ " George, <r, wks Sou Phos Co, r 194 E Harris ^^^ 

^ -^ " George, Jr, c, waiter, bds 194 E Harris • — '"^^ 

^ ^J Boykin Rev Samuel, D D, editor Kind Words, r 68 E Peters Cif\ 

'^ ^ i " Vinson, c, whitewasher, r 238 Fort S. >^ 

,__ THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL |2 

r^^ X" Superior to all Others. 24 Sonth Broad Street. ^ V# 

Boylan Joseph (Allen & Boylan), r West End % ~^ 

Boyle Aphra P (wid Francis A), r i Park i ^ 

" John A, bkkpr, bds i Park ^ Q 

" John F, coal, 422 Marietta © ^ 

" John M, foreman Jno M Smith, r 8 Newton ^ ^ 

" John O, stereotyper Atl Paper Co, bds 8 Newton -S 0^ 

" Wm R, wks Atl Cotton Mill, r 9 Magnolia >•* 

Boyles Charles T, elk W & A R R, bds 129 Loyd g CO 

" Edgar M, ofifice boy James O Wynn, bds 129 Loyd -3^ ^ 

" John A, fireman waterworks, r Pumping Station JD ©■ 

" John F, butcher C N Northington, r same f O 

" Susan F, (wid Edward R), r 129 Loyd ^ 

Boylston Albert D, student, bds 69 Forest ave IW ^ 

" Alfred D, (Austin & Boylston), r 318 Courtland .^ ^^ 

" Elias H, elk Austin & Boylston, bds 318 Courdand | t/> 

" Henry, (A M Robinson & Co), r 69 Forest ave ^S 

" Henry Jr, bkkpr G C Gas Co, bds 69 Forest ave % 39 

" Hester D, (wid J R), 318 Courtland ►tj -H 

" John H, bkkpr Merchants' Bank, bds 69 Forest ave cr ^ 

Boynton Mrs Annie E, florist, 102 Forest ave ^ jg 

" C E, died March 31, 1890 Hj c» 

l%AnnCk I ■■■■llPfi f^A ( MANTELS, FRONT DOORS, VERANDA and 

DOBbS LUMdEK UOi 'A1°rP Sash, Doors & Blinds 

Office and Factory, Cor. Mitchell and Mangum Sts. I HARDWARE, QLASS, PUTTY, ETC.. ETC. 




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{i\^ " Elnathan, contractor, r 102 Forest ave M^t. 

" George H, whol grocer 15 S Forsyth, r 215 Rawson ^## 
Boynton Hollis A, whol grocer sole agent P P P flour 19 E ^^ 
\— Alabama (tel 262), r 41 Windsor 

CO ** James, c, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co mh 
j^UJ " John C, cond Atl & Edgewood St R R Co, r Inman Park ^M 

H^ " Miller, c, porter J Askew, r 182 Clarke ^^^ 

^Q " Myra H (wid C E Boynton), r 216 Rawson ^^ ^ ^ 

W^ " Wm, c, wood yard, r 91 Spring ^^0 

I Bozeman Ab, c, lab, r 112 McDaniel ^^fe 

\ r~ " David, c, waiter Metropolitan Hotel w^^ 

\ ^ " Evelina A (wid James), r 119 E Mitchell ■Hi' 

" Marion O, elk W D Harwell, bds 151 Luckie ^^W 

" Oscar, elk S C Glass, bds 151 Luckie ^^^ 

" Phil, c, barber, r rear 11 Martm ^^1, 

" T F, r, barber Robert Finley, r 52 E Hunrer " * 
Brachfeld Simeon, elk L Eplan, bds 165 W Peters 
Bradbury Alton, collector C R R, bds 79 Gilmer 

" Elizabeth, (wid Wm), bds Hampton 2 n Exposition 
" Ira J, car repairer R & D R R 
" James R, elk C R R, r 79 Gilmer 



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Bradbury John M, carp Beutell Mfg Co, r Wylie^ Reynoldstown ■ 

" Minerva, dressmaker, r 289 Jones C" 

" Paul H, wks Boyd & Baxter, bds Mean bet Murphey and O 

Bellwood ave ' 

^. .. " Samuel H, wks VanWinkle & Co, r Hampton 2 n Expo jj 

Km '' Thomas H, carpenter R & D R R, r Flat Shoal Rd r 

H-^ P^ " Wm, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co ^ 

^^ " Wm B, grocer 202 Randolph, r same jj 

M^ W Braddy Thaddeus, c, porter Storey & Carlton n 

^ Bradfield Joseph H, mngr Bradfield Ptg Co, rms 55)4 E Hunter J 

P^ p. Bradfield Printing Co, Joseph H Bradfield mngr, book and H 
H- ^ ^ job printers, binders, and blank book mnfrs and pub- 

^ lishers, 29)/^ S Broad ^ 

" Regulator Co, 28>^ E Wall * 

" Samuel J, elk Chamberlin & Johnson, r Oak, W E "> 

" Sophia D, (wid Josiah), r 245 Rawson > 

Bradford Adam, c, brickmason, r 125 Houston 5 

" Asa, c, lab, r 96 Larkin 2 

" Isaac, r rear 2 Cornelia > 

" James, r, butler W A Russell * 
" James S, carp VV R Jester, bds 278 Rawson 

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Bradford John B, trunkmkr, bds 2 78 Rawson 
Mrs Lavinia, (wid — ), r Oak, W E 
Miss Rosa, with H H Bussey, r 278 Rawson 
Samuel O, wks FuUon B & C Mill, r 2 Cornelia 
Sarah A, (wid Wni P), r 278 Rawson 
Wm, i', rms 25 Humphries 

Bradley Anna, (wid John) res 514 Decatur 

Miss Clara W, teacher Ivy St School, bds 58 Luckie 

Clement G, mess Postal Tel Co, rms 27 Pine 

Davis T, carpenter, res 178 Haynes 

Elizabeth, (wid John) r 19 Bush 

Elijah L, grocer 507 Decatur, r 5 Daniel 

Emma, r, (wid T W) rms 29 Poplar 

Frank, carpenter, r 261 W Fair 

George J, (Harwell & Bradley) res Hapeville Ga 

Henry, lab, bds 178 Haynes 

Henry, carpenter, r 261 W Fair 

Henry, c, lab, r basement 25 Jones 

H G, pass cond E T V & G R R 

James, elk H F Emery, bds 178 Haynes 

John, contractor, r Dillon bet Hampton and Curran 

John D, elk T C Mayson, bds 178 Haynes 



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Bradley John, wks Gate City Cofifin Co, bds 118 Mangum 

" Joseph T, wk8 F C S Co, r 22 Prystock al 

" Mrs J M (Bradley & Co), r 514 Decatur 

" J M, died May 5th, 1890 

" Miss Lorena S, wks S S S Co, bds 19 Bush 

" Martha G (wid Wm), r 95 Venable 

" Mary Ann, r, r Oliver, Edgewood 

" Oscar D, wks Manning Furn Co, bds i Tumlin 

" Philip B (Bradley & Co), r 618 Marietta 

" R E, died August ist, 1890 
Bradley Samuel, (Freyer & Bradley), r 165 Ivy 

" Samuel, c, driving, r 16 Chestnut ave 

" Samuel B, machinist, bds 20 Bartow 

" Thomas, wks J Bradley, r N Atlanta 

" T D, cond ET V & G RR 

'' Wesley, c, lab, r Sims, bet Arthur and Amy 

" Wm, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 19 Bush 

" Wm A, wks Boyd & Baxter, bds 690 Marietta 

" & Co (P B and Mrs J M Bradley), dry goods, 606 Marietta 
Bradshaw Cicero L, helper D .\ Killian, bds 41 W Peters 

" Rev Edward W, c, r 25 Clifford 

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Bradshaw Travis, c, porter Branan Bros, r 22 Orme 
" Wash, r, lab J F Steinhauer 

Bradstreet Co The (Tel 237), Henry C Leonard supt, 14-15- 
18-19 Gate t^ity Bank bldg 

Bradt Charles G, contractor, r 15 Highland ave 

Bradvvell Rev Chas L, c, pastor St Paul A M E ch, r 54 Humphries 

Brady Adolph J (J M Alexander & Co), r 20 Cooper 

" Albert I, draughtsman W W Goodrich <& Son, bds 20 Cooper 
" Edward T, c, porter J M B Carlton & Son, r rear 276 Rawson ' 
'' Isaac A (J M Alexander & Co), r 20 Cooper 
" James H, fireman Ga R R, bds 195 Jones 
" John D, baker 122 Whitehall, r i2o}4 same 
" Michael, elk J D Brady, r 164 Pulliam 
" Reuben, c, lab, r 9 C R R j;^ 

" Thomas B (Brady & Miller) r 179 E Fair ^^^ 

" Thomas E, foreman G R R Hound House, r 195 Jones ^^^ 

" Thomas E, elk A M Robinson & Co, bds 195 Jones ^^3 

" Walter D, elk R G Dun & Co, bds 15 Powers €3 

" Wright, trav Atlanta Guano Co, r Americus, Ga ^Vl 

Brady & Miller (Thomas B Brady, Carlton H Miller), livery, ^^^ 
feed and sale stables, 16 Loyd 
" Charles L, wks R & D R R, bds 366 Decatur 

rtOAD CARTS A SPECIALTY AT ATWATER CARRIAGE C(!. 

OFFICE AND SALESROOMS 39 T O 47 W. ALA BAMA S TREET. 

Bramlett Homer P, elk H L Schlesinger, bds Richardson, n w 
cor Windsor 

" Margaret (wid Nathan A), r Richardson, n w cor Windsor 

" Ralph S, grocer 5 Wheat, r Richardson nw cor Windsor 

" Thompson O, elk R S Bramlett, bds Richardson n w co.- 
Windsor 

" Zephania D, engr G P R R, r. 87 W Simpson 
Branan, see also Brannan, also Brannon. 

" Arthur, elk W J Hodges, bds 194 Decatur 

" Bros (John C A & Charles I), whol grocers, 55 E Alabama 

" Charles I, (Branan Bros), r 30 Walker 

" Columbus W, grocer 17 Savannah, r same 

" John C A (Branan Bros), r 104 Richardson 

" J C, died Dec 4, 1889 

" Mary A, (wid Duke H), rms 30 Walker 

" WD, cond Met St R R Co 
Branch Arthur L, gatekpr Union Depot, r 65 E Hunter 

'• Dennis, c, lab, bds 23 Glynn 

" Jacob, c, rockmason, bds 24 Capitol ave 

" J Henry, c, porter J S Smith 

" Samuel R, insurance agt, r 288 Fraser 

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Branch Thomas, c, draytnan, r 37 Rawson 

*' Wm, wks Atlanta Machine Works 

" Wm, c, street sweeper, r 14 Monroe 
Brand Cast, carp Pittman & Co 

" Jesse L, elk W M Terry, bds 107 Decatur 

" Levi, carp, r 66 Little 
Brandon John, c, lab, r over 179 Wheat 

" Mrs Maggie, r 23 Dairy 
Brandon Morris (Read & Brandon), bds 67 N Pryor 
Brandt Rosa (wid Adolph), r 197 Washington 
Branham Isham R, editor Christian Index, r 21 E Pine 

" Oliver, r, driver R O Campbell, r 32 Haynes 

" Walter R, bkkpr H F Emery, bds 13 Houston 
Brannan, see also Branan and Brannon 

" Adolphus D, car inspector W & A R R, r 191 Davis 

" Frank D, time keeper E T, V & G shops r 15 Garibaldi 

" James C, trav Oglesby & Meador, bds Sherman House 

" J P, carp W & A R R 

■' Oliver, c, lab, r 76 Magnolia 
Branner, see also Brenner 

•• John R, elk Atl Nat Bank, bds 153 Peachtree 

•' Michael, wks Sou Agrl Works 

THrmuTnAL Ofe insurance CO, i -*• ''■^Fim'^,^^'" 

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Brannon, see also Branan and Brannan 

" Henry S, bds 15 Washington 

" Jesse T, elk J Neese. 73 Expo grounds 

" J F, asst Dr Mary A Brannon, r 15 Washington 

'• Lee, r N Atlanta 

•' Mrs Dr Mary A, specialties for female dis, 15 Washington 

" Thomas H, elk J B Daniel, bds 84 Ivy 
Brantley Augustus H, physician 365 W Peters, r 440 Whitehall 

'^ Charles, night opr Sou B -11 Tel & Tel Co, r 440 Whitehall 

" John R, cotton buyer S M Inman & Co, r 79 Calhoun 

" Robert A, drummer, r 103 Wheat 

" Rube, c, lab, r 62 Prathers alley 

" Wm, c, carp, r Bellwood ave 
Branyon Calvin S, wks Sou Belt Co, bds 8 Bradley 

" Rose E (wid Marion), r 8 Bradley 
Braselton V L (wid John B), dressmaker, r 152 S Pryor 
Braswell A, foreman Gholstin, Haas & Guthman, bds 25 Doray 

" Eliza J (wid Wm), bds 25 Doray 

" George, c, wks Kimball House 

" Henry, c, brakeman E T V & G R R 

" L L, elk State Alliance Exchange, r Lithonia, Ga 

/^"C*/^ /^"ID/^TTp*"LJ f Manufactarer of Marble and 

vjTJ-i v-r. VxXxV-r \J S^iTL J (granite Monuments, Headstones 
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tVnn ^ iMDn^PV \tions. Manufactories, Mills. 

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Bratcher John, r, waiter, Miss Jennie Clayton 

" Wm, c, lab, r 107 Ellis 
Bratton John, elk Sou Ry and S S Assn. bds 247 Peachtree 
Bratton Lawrence R, drugs, 90-92 Peachtree, r 246 W Peach- 
tree 

" Richard T, bkkpr J P Northrop, r 246 W Peachtree 

" Samuel E, r 246 W Peachtree 

" Wm, c, wiper C R R 
Braun F, elk J M High & Co, bds 84 Ivy 
Brawner Thomas M, elk, bds 146 Calhoun 
Bray E, c, wks Fuller & Akers 
Bray Wellborne M, lawyer, 2ih Marietta, bds Weinmeister's 

" Wm r, painter, res 30 Garden 
Brazell Ely, wks E T V &. G Ey, bds no Mangum 

" Jack, c, lab, r 188 Richardson 

" Leonard, r, cook A B Steele, r rear 402 Peachtree 

" I^rkin, c, drayman, r 54 South ave 

" F, c, wks Atl Gas Light Co 
Breedlove John, driver city 

" Milas, f, liib, rms 8 Lawshe 
Breitenbucher Philip, wines and liquors 32 Marietta, r 14 
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Breitenbucher Philip Jr, student, bds 14 Walker 

Bremer George N, elk P Lynch, r 85 Garnett 
" Henry M, butcher, bds 85 Garnett 

Brennan John B, overseer Fulton B & C Mills, r 38 Savannah 

Brennen Patrick, pedler, r 308 Formwalt 

Brenner Miss Amelia, prin Davis St School, bds 3 E Simpson 
" Carl S, mach Winship Mach Co, bds 104 W Harris 
" Miss Gussie, teacher Davis St School, bds 3 E Simpson 
" Wm, mngr Atl Vinegar Wks, r 3 E Simpson 
" Wm H (Atlanta Vinegar Works), bds 3 E Simpson 

Bressler Hirsh, elk L Eplan, bds 103 W^ Peters 

Breuning Casper, policeman, r 93 E Baker 

" Charles J, elk A M Robinson & Co, bds 93 E Baker 

Brewbaker Harry, wks Georgia Stove and Range Co 

Brewer Green, c, lab, r 252 McDaniel 
" Green, c, lab, r rear ro6 Boulevard 
" James S, wks W & A R R, r country 
" John C, trav N D McDonald, r 44 Simpson 
" J H, died Dec 18, 1889 
" Thomas G, wks W & A R R, r country 
" Wm D (Brewer & Jackson), r Smyna, Ga 



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Brewer Wm D, baggagemaster W & A R R, r country 

" Rev Wm F, r n w cor McMillan and W Third 

" & Jackson (Wm D Brewer & Wm C Jackson), grocers 
Luckie n e cor Dairy 
Brewster Frank, lab, rms 27 Hill's ave 

" Gary S (A M Robinson & Co), r 156 Jackson 

" John H, grocer, r Boulevard, near E Fair 

" Dr Tomlinson F, insurance agt, bds 15 Wheat 
Brewton H Dean, finisher Atlanta Mfg Co, bds 107 Marietta 
Bpiant, see Bryant 
Brice Alex, porter Sou Ex Co, r 43 E Hunter 

" Anderson, c, butler Mrs A L Winter 

" Ed, wks Fulton B & C Mills 

" Smith, c, wks W U Tel Co, bds 298 W Mitchell 
Brickell DeWitt C, mech Weitzell & Fitzgibbon, r 11 Chapel 
Bridge James, r 177 Peachtree 

" Willington, bds 177 Peachtree 
Bridger Edgar, bkkpr Foote & Zuber Lumber Co, bds Johnson 

House 
Bridger John C, coal and wood 14 S Broad, r country 
Bridges Bailey W, formn press rm Postell & Sexton, r 95 Marietta 

" Ben, c, lab, r rear 115 Nelson 



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Bridges Carrie (wid John), grocer, r Bellwood ave 
" Eli, r, truckman W & A R R, r rear 16 Wells 
" Fort M, wks E T V & G shops, r 7 Rockwell 
" Henry, ^, carp, r 73 Garibaldi 

" John W, brakeman ET V&G RR, r2o Buena Vista ave 
" Ky, c, lab Stratton & Hall, r West End 
" Martha (wid John), r 11 Orme 
" Oscar J, meat maket, r 107 Walker 

" Robt H, bagg mast W & A R R, r Wilson, nr Bellwood ave 
" Sanford, ^, wks E T V & G R R, r 15 Roach 
" Thos M, carp, r 29 Lowe 
Bridwell Arthur S, physician and druggist, 114 Mangum, cor 
Mitchell, r 91 Mangum 

Cicero, grocer 114 W Mitchell, r same 

H C, plumber Water Works, r 124 W Hunt< 

John, r Inman Park 

John, stone mason, r 10 W Hunter 

John A Jr, brk mason, r 124 W Hunter, 

John D, contractor, r 21 Mangum \ \^ 

Thomas J, policeman, r rear 362 Decatiil 

Walter L, elk C Bridwell, r 20 Elliott 




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HUNNlCUn & BELLINGRATH(|SS"i|?^"^'""" -s 

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Iron Workers and 
i Fitters and 

SUPPLIES 



Bridwell Wm I, carp, r Inman Park f 

" Wm W, grocer 362 Decatur h 

" Zion, printer Constitution, r n w cor Pine and Luckie yw^ 

" Zion Jr, printer Constitution, bds n w cor Pine and Luckie W^W 

Brier Thomas, r, lab, r rear 213 Ivy ^^§ 

" Thos A, c, shoemaker H Sutton, r 79 Bradley Q^S 

Briggs Joseph A, c, carp, r 2 Lovejoy §oq 

Brightwell Bob B, c, tailor 22 S Broad, r 222 W Mitchell ?^Pi 

" Nathan B, elk A W Farlinger, r cor Courtland and Harris qbQ^ 

" Wm A, contractor, r 131; W Baker W 2 

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Brindle John, r 33 Calhoun jay 

Brink Samuel C, foreman Mathews & Co, r 84 Garnett *^^ti\ 

Brinkley Alex, couplr E T V & G R R, bds 256 McDaniel Wg> 

" George, c, driver W C Hudson, r 34 Gemunden S^gi^ 

" P F, couplr E T V & G R R PS"^ 

Brinson Enoch H, c, (Brinson & Co), bds 30 Edgewood ave ^ 

" George R, elk C O Tyner, bds 26 N Forsyth 2 

" Marcellus F, c, (Brinson & Co), bds 30 Edgewood ► 

" & Co, r, (E H & M F Brinson), coal and wood 121 Wheat ^ 

Brinyark Everett, c, wks Elect I>ight Co, r Capitol ave S Atlanta 

Brisben D P, mngr Atl Stone & Granite Co, bds 25 Wheat ^^" 



Briscoe Alex C, (L W Arnold & Co), and sec R R com of Ga, ^ 

r 313 Washington o 

Brisendine Pleasant E, cai p Gate City Coffin Co, r 2 Berean ave ^ 

" Thomas L, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, Bellwood ^^W 

Brister Wm, c, lab, bds 9 C'ornelia g"' 

Bristol Clarence, wks Atl Cotton Mills H§l< 

Bristol House, Mrs R E Hudson prop, 12-14 Loyd WWhg 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co of London, '^^ • 

(Guarantee) W T Crenshaw agt, 17 Kimball House OojS 

Britt Dillard Y, wks Ad Mach Wks g"=S 

Brittain C M, elk Chamber! in & Johnson, bds 220 S Forsyth WqS 

" Rev Jabez M, r 220 S Forsyth ^^Q 

" Marion L, prin Crew St School, r Georgia ave bet Crew and gw'y 

Washington !z5§H 

" Wm H, elk Chamberlin & Johnson, bds 220 S Forsyth ^' : 

Britton Edward, c, carp, r s e cor Mary and McDaniel V^ 

" Felix M, printer Atl Newspaper Union, r 17 Martin ". 

" H Y, printer Constitution, bds 17 Martin 5 

Broaden Albert, <r, lab, bds 182 E Cain S" 

" Charles, c, wks laundry, bds 182 E Cain ^ 

Broadnax Jack, c, wks Atlanta Ice Co ^ 

" James, c, butler J A Barry """ 



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Specifications, Superintendence, Ventila- 
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Q Bioadnax Joseph, c, porter I B Eubanks ^^B* 

X " Richard, c, wood sawyer, r James bet Bluff and Whitehall ^HB 

^ yl Ilroadwater Andrew, wks Exp Mills, r 95 Expo grounds 10^ 

OjjJ P>rock Mrs Eliza F, bds 37 Walton C J 

£ " John J, wks W & A R R, r 42 Bush ^^ 

{? Brockett Clinton T, dentist 75 i4 Peachtree, r cor 5th and Calhoun •^^ 

• " Robert L, r 5th cor Calhoun ^^p 

y^ 2 i^rockhan Miss Annie D, boarding 127 Ivy ^J| 

5 " Wm, bds 127 Ivy ^^| 

flC Brockman John T, painter, r Randolph bet Houston & Highland 



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Brocton Hezekiah W, carp, r 88 Alexander ^^Zj 

KM ^^''oder James R, steward Markham house ^^ 

Brodenck Wm H, agt Wheeler & Wilson, bds 230 Luckie ^^fc 

0" Wm T, blower Atlanta Glass Works, r 8 Pope, S Alanta ^^^ 
" Wm T, conductor Met St R R Co, r 8 Pope, S Atlanta 
r^ Brodgett Thomas, r 30 Mechanic 

._ _. Brogan Michael P, asst bkkpr Atlanta Lumber Co, r 273 Decatur 
Brogdan Moses, c, farmer, r Ponce DeLeon Springs 
ya» Brogdon Ruthie, c, midwife, r 7 Newton 
y.*^ "Irogle S G, wks Woodward Lumber Co ,— 

iirogline Modus, c, farmer, r cor Morgan and Randolph ^ 

g:^THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL |-6 

W ^ Knna Sneceasftillar Under Back Water. 24 S. Broad Street. 

g ■ J Bronk Alvin, r 104 Formwalt 

»" "^ " Samuel C, stonecutter, rms 2 Luckie 

Bronner Thomas, c, porter Langston & Woodson, r 57 Haynes 
^yj^ Bronson Arthur L, elk Woodward Lumber Co, bds Markham House 
piiZg " Richard, c, wks J J Finnigan, r 32 Boulevard 
K ■ 8 Ikookins Wylie, c, lab, r 295 E Hunter 
y*^^ Brooks Aaron, c, driver, r rear 19 Markham 
^ , g " Miss Ada, teacher Capitol Female College 
ff^ " Mrs Addie >, weaver Atl Cotton Mills, r Mays, 2 e Mangum 

" Alonzo A, policeman, r 308 Rawson 
^^J^ " Alonzo D, elk Mickleberry& McClendon, bds 308 Rawson 
^^j " Beverly C, r (B C Brooks & Bro), r 57 Valentine 

■ ,ejg " B C & Bro (Beverly C and Hiram), furniture, 176 Decatur 

■ ■ " Carrie (wid Judge), r 22 Rock 
_^ " Charles M, lineman Sou Bell Tel & Tel Co, bds 15 Walnut 

^"31 Brooks Clyde L, lawyer 9^4 Peachtree, r Edgewood. (See card) 
C ■ " David E, boilermkr R&D shops, r 210 Edgewood ave 
^^^ " Davis, carp, r 531 Marietta 
^^3 " Dorsey, c, drayman, r 130 Old Wheat 



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Brooks Estes, c, brakeman E T, V & G R R 

" E L, flagman E T, V & G R R 

" F Marion, car driver, r 480 Decatur 

" George H, elk Sou Exp Co, 33^ Whitehall 

" Green, c, lab L Harrison, r 180 Decatur 

*' Henry, c, driver, bds 127 Elliott 

" Hiram, c, (B C Brooks & Bro) r 12 Rasoerry al 

" James, carp, bds 16 Jenkins 

" James M, elk J J Falvey & Co, r 70 Smith 

" James W, elk Mashburn & Son, r 9 Jones 

" Jerry R, r, lab, r 104 Edgewood ave 

" Jesse C, c, porter F M Jack 

" Jesse N, stable boss Atl St R R, r 56 Gilmer 

" John, carp, r 16 Jenkins 

" John, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co 

" John B, trav S S S, bds 308 Rawson 

" John T, carp, bds 62 Mays 

" Joseph, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 16 Jenkins 

" Joseph, cond E T V & G R R 

" Josiah, lab, bds 92 S Butler 

" J B, elk A G Candler & Co 

" J W, elk K H Kieferstein 



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Brooks Levi, r, lab Boyd & Baxter, r 104 Edgewood ave 

" Lonzo, wks A Foote & Bro, bds 56 Gilmer 

" Louis B, bkkpr Holliday Bros, r 91 Jones ave 

" Lula, c, restaurant 5 Ivy, r 146 S Forsyth 

" Madison, <r, junk, r 127 Elliott 

" Marcus D, carp, r 62 Mays 

" Matilda C, (wid J W), r 92 S Butler 

" Oscar, wks A Foote & Bro, bds 56 Gilmer 

" Perry, wks Atl Furn Mfg Co, bds 71 Alexander 

" Percy B, wks Techn School shops 

" Peter, c, truckman Union depot, bds 230 Calhoun 

" Robert N, eng G P R R, r Wilson, bet Bellwood ave and 

Emma 

" R Y, cond E T V & G R R 

" Samuel, r, coachman F E Block 

" Samuel A, c, lab, r 30 Vine 

" Tabitha (wid Matthew), bds Mrs A F Brooks 

" Thomas H, grocer 121 E Hunter, bds 146 Decatur 

" Walter, elk Chattahoochee Brick Co, bds 308 Rawson 

" Wiley, c, porter P J Kenny, r 109 Yonge 

" Wm A, tinner, r 31 Glenn 

FOR FURDITURE ADD CARPETS 

5££ THE IMMENSE STOCK AT CHAM BERLIN, JOHNSON & CO. 
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Brooks Wm B, c, butler H M Atkinson, r rear 
^_g " Wm B, shipg elk W A Russell, bds 106 Luckie 

a^ai " ^^^'^ J' bartender P R Johnson, bds 16 Jenkins 
tl fc g " Wm R, mach R & D R R, bds Waterhouse, Edgewood 
Ji^^ " W, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

SJ^*^ Broome Elias C, painter, bds 47 Thurmond 
I S5 " Malinda A, (wid Joe) resides 47 Thurmond 
"1*"^ " Mi's Roxie, r 2 Magnolia 

^^^ Broomfield James, c, lab, res 3 Bradley 

•Sdg"^ " J°h"' ^' ^^'^^^' ^"^s 3 Bradley 

5 t, § Brooinhead John S, (Broomhead & Street) r 406 Whitehall. 

g^S Broomhead & Street, John S Broomhead & George T. Street, 
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g g A. 0. M. m & soN{"^^VH^lgH^;^^ '^Ji'^x^""' f ^ 

Q^ ^ Brosius Flavius J, mach, r 517 Whitehall ^ ^ 

^ " John M, inventor, r 87 Capitol Ave • ^ 

[11 h-I " Motor Sew Mach Co, T J James, pres, W I Zachry, sec, Wells Q 

t-3 bet Robbins and Ocmulgee F* 

^ <! Brotherton Charles H, rec elk A & F R R depot, bds 229 S Forsyth ^ 

VQX " Frank M, elk M Rich & Bros, bds 64 McDaniel ^ 

^ " MoUie L, (wid Marcus), r 126 Smith ^ 

*y^ f-i " Robert L, cigars Mitchell cor Whitehall, bds 229 S Forsyth l|* 

\jU >-* " Wm H, dry gds 2 W Mitchell, r 229 S Forsyth H 

n\ X " Wm M, elk W H Brotherton, bds 229 S Forsyth ^ 

m > Broughton Albert, c, wks J C McMillan & Co, bds 182 E Cain Q 

> " David, wks Ad Bridge & Axle Co C 

N " Edward J, mach Brosius M S M Co, bds 497 Whitehall Q 

PJ C^ " S Prentiss, mach Brosius M S M Co, r 497 Whitehall J[ 

" Taylor, c, porter Gramling & Nisbet ^ 

" W A, treas Farmers' Alliance Ex of Ga, r Madison, Ga a 

Brow James H, butcher 114 Mangum, r 150 W Hunter \J^ 

" John, c, wks Gate City Coffin Co v# 






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26 Whitehall Street. 



nnr" I^IOIinAMOP fWe solicit your patronage. Satisfac- 
FlnL INoUnAIMljLJ tion Guaranteed 

strong, Reliable and Liberal Oo.'a. (. 22 limball Eoase, Deoatv St. Telephone 72. 

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^-^ Brow John, wks ET V & G shops, bds McDaniel s e cor Rockwell 

'A " Robt J, carp G H Holliday, r 37 Chestnut 

H " Thomas, switchman E T V & G R R 

"|R^ Browder David H (Brunner & Browder), rms 42J/2 E Alabama 

-f^ '' Frank E, elk Brunner & Brovvder, bds Markham House 

^ Brower Lorenzo W, patternmkr VanW G & M Co, r 141 Luckie 
-^^ Brown Abraham B, c, drayman, r 54 Maple 

" Albert, c, drayman H Wolf, r 189 Foundry 
J3^ " Albert, c, lab, bds 42 Hills ave 

" Mrs Alice, r 16 Bush 

" Allen, c, drayman, r 29 Hammock Place 

" Alonzo, wks W C Henagan 
^^^ " Alphonzo J, elk S Marks & Co, r 182 E Hunter 
X " Amelia C, r 16 E Cain 

AwA " Anderson, c, porter Sou Paint and Glass Co, r Bellwood 

---J- " Andrew, c, barber H A Rucker, r 240 Fort 
"^-^ " Mrs Annie, bds Bowden near cor Peachtree 
jX . " Anthony, r, woodcutter, r 18 George 
Xd^ " Augustus, c, wks C R R, r 16 Biggers 

" A D, ^, grocer 170 Tatnall, r same 
^^^ " Ben, c, waiter Mrs A P Talmadge 

V.^ " Benjamin, c, driver N A Chastain & Co 






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FINE UN DA US, VICTORIAS, T CARTS, ROCKA- 
WArS, Ae. of McLEAN A KENDALL'S Manufacture. 



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-piv Brown Benjamin W, with Talley & Greene, r 35 W Simpson 

:^^ " Boland, r 2 Tumlin 

J-^ Brown Bros & Co (L C & C C Brown), Clothing Mfrs, 53 S 

i^ Pryor. (See adv, opp) 

-^ " B, wks Fulton Co St Ry 

-^ " B H, engrW & A R R 

"*^ " Cass, r no E Simpson 

-^^ " Mrs Celia A, r 6 Factory lot 

I> " Cephas M, elk C R R, r 375 S Pryor 

j^ " Charles, fruits 94 Whitehall, r same 

" Charles, mach Atlanta Saw Works, bds Bartow House 

" Charles, soda vvater mnfr 88 Luckie 

.^L. " Charles, c, driver city carts, bds near Van Winkle Wks 

^1"*^ " Charles, c, lab, r 41 Parks 

TT " Charles, c, porter J B Hightower & Co 

^ " Charles, r, painter, r Ripley 

"^^^ " Charles M B, Ry mail clerk, bds 113 Ivy 

■^^ Brown Clarence C, (Brown Bros & Co), bds 53^ S Pryor 

^X^ " Clinton I, insp sidewalks, r 373 S Pryor 

^^ " Coleman R, carpet layer, Rhodes & Haverty Co, r 25 Scott 

" Columbus, c, lab, r 42 Hills ave 



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Babies' Picturesj J^d^ Premium Art Gallery, 

A SPECIALTY AT I 33>^ WHITEHALL STREET. 



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Brown Colurabu$, c, wks S W Day 

Rev Cyrus, c, pastor Macedonia Bap ch, r 56 Rock 
Daniel, r, porter Chas A Conklin Mfg Co, r 3 Brown's al 
Daniel, c, wks A & W P R R, r 25 Humphies 
Daniel L, lab, bds 28 Humphies 
David, c, wks S W Inman 
Dennis, r, lab, bds 90 Richardson 
Doctor, r, butler Pat Calhoun 
D Harvy, mach G H Holliday, r 117 W Fair 
Ebin B, elk D D Thomas, r 143 Jones 
Edward, c, barber 218 Deratur, r same 
Ed, c, cook Hotel Weinmeister, r 93 E Cain 
Ed, c, driver Sciple Sons 
Ed, c, waiter Kimball Hous':; 
Brown Edward, with Brown Bros & Co, bds 531/^ S Pryor 

" Edward, r, wks Sims, Astin & Co 
Brown Edward C (Hutchison Bros), bds 81 Pulliam 
Brown Elijah A, sec and treas the Ga Mining Mnfg and In- 
vestment Co, and treas Dade Coal Co, 32^ E Wall 
(tel 221) ; bds 133 Washington 
" Eliza E S (wid Roland H), r 171 S Forsyth 
" Ernest, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills 

THE MUTUALllFE INSUEAKCE CO. i ^- ''■^JSiSi^S.f^^''' 

OF NEW YORK. ( No. 10 Decatur Street. 

Brown Fabian, cooper, r 120 W Mitchell 

" Felix, c, cook the Marlborough, r 21 Edgewood ave 

" Ford, r, porter J J Falvey & Co, r 39 Edgewood ave 

" Francis M, helper J F Steinhauer 

" Frank C, <', barber, r loi N Butler 

" Gardner, c, janitor W U T Co, rms 86 Haynes 

" George, r, coachman J Kingsbery, r rear i Kimball 

" George B, c, porter P P Car Co, r 99 Chamberlin 

" George M, elk W & A R R, r 140 Washington 
Brown George S, pres the Brown & King Supply Co, r 23 Pine 

" Green, c^ waiter E F Donehoo, r 119 N Butler 

" Gus, wks Cofifin Factory, r rear 103 Wheat 

" G, cornice mkr Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

" G R, died June 14th, 1890 

" Harry, r, carp, bds rear i Butler 

" Henry, wks Fenley Furniture Co 

" Henry, c, bell boy Mrs A P Talmadge 

" Henry, c, lab. North ave, s e cor Williams 

" Henry, r, lab, r 21 Holland 

" Henry, c, wks Randall Bros 

" Henry C, editor the Sou Alliance Farmer, r 500 Whitehall 

GEO. CROUCH (Carving in Marble, Stone 

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<'M S Brown Henry L, bds W Peachtree, bet Blakeley and Wilson 

' Herbert H, bkkpr Metr Street R R Co, r Park Hill, near 

Grant Park 
' H A, solicitor Railroad Record 
' Isaac, printer Sou Alliance Farmer 
' Isaiah M, died Jan 31, 1890 
■ Jack, c, blksmith, r 15 Gullatt 

• Jack, c, lab, rms 154 W Fair 
' Jacob, c, lab, r 22 Chestnut 

• James, r Flat Shoals road 
James, wks Fulton B & C Co, r 10 Factory lot 
James, elk Gramling & Nisbet, r 6 Bailey 
James, lab. Marietta, Bellwood ' 
James, r, bell man Kimball House 
James, c, blksmth B P Curtis, r 194 Fraser 
James, c, lab, r 13 Chapel 
James, c, lab, r rear 23 Davis 

James, c, porter George Muse, bds cor Pine and Peachtree ' 
James, c, wks Dobbs Lumber C 
James, c, wks G P R R, r 76 Markham 
James, c, wks S S S Co 
James B, elk J B Smith, r 183 Gilmer 



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Will Sell Your Property lor 
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Brown James B, engr, r 14 Gray 

" James E, r, carp, r 222^^ Wheat 

" James F, cond R & D r" R, r Flat Shoal road 

" James L, c, paint contractor, McDaniel bet Fletcher & Roy 

" James W, printer Jour'%il, r 60 Stonewall 

" Jerry, c, wood 269 Wheat, r 366 Wheat 

*' Jerry Jr, wks Atl Bridge Sz Axle Co, bds 366 Wheat 

" Jesse, c, lab, r i Kennesaw al 

" Jessie T, elk J J Neese, r Expo grounds 

" Jessie, r 183 Gilmer 

" John, carp, r 22 Ella, Old Barracks 

" John, carp, r 21 Martin 

" John, c, butler, r rear 87 Walton 

" John, r, carp, r 21 Vine 

" John, c, driver Fenley Furn Co, r 17 W 3d 

" John, c, lab, r 39 Currier 

" John, r, lab, r 28 Humphries 

" John, c, lab, r 197 Chapel 

" John, (T, waiter Kimball House 

" John E, wks Dobbs Lumber Co, r 324 Jones 

" John S, contractor, r 20 Warren Place 

EXCEL5I2R STE/in MUNDRT 

€>o«ds Called for and ]>ellTered. 47 Decatnr Street. 



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Brown John T, bkkp New York & Atl Cigar Co, r 1 1 1 E Simpson 

'• John T, contractor, r Edgewood 

" John W, wheelwright Singer & Miller, r 65 Venable 

" Joseph, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

•' Josei)h, c, wks Chattahoochee Brick Co 
Brown Joseph E, pres W & A R R, r 133 Washington 

" los E, eng A & W P R R, r 159 Crew 

" Joseph E, cond ETV&GRR, r4 Doane 

" Joseph J, blacksmith Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 308 Luckie 
Brown Joseph M, traffic mngr W & A R R, r Marietta, Ga 

" Joseph N, elk A W Farlinger, bds 241 Ivy 

" Joseph R, elk VV H Brown, bds 112 Luckie 

" Josh, c, call boy E T V & G R R 

" Joshua F, c, carp, r 6 Butler 

'•■ Julius L, lawyer 28 E Wall, r 159 Washington 

" ] B, c, truckman W & A R R 
J C, switchman G P R R 

Lee J, elk Golden Transfer Co, r 350 Marietta 
Leonora A (wid Joseph), r s w cor Park and Hammond 
Leonard W, bkkpr Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r 373 S Pryor 
Lewis, c, waiter the Marlborough, r 50 Bartow 
Lewis, c, brickmason, r rear 249 Mangum 
Lewis, c, lab, r 9 Newman's alley 



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Brown Lewis C (Brown Bros & Co), bds 53 ^^ S Pryor 

" Lizzie (wid James), r 15 Humphries 

" Lucy J (wid David), bds 37 Chestnut 

" Lutie A (wid James), r 317 Courtland 

" L S, asst yard master W & A R R 

" Major, c. lab, Collins Brick Co, r 27 Simpson 

" Mamie E, (wid John) r 2 Borne 

" Manuel, r, lab G P R R depot, r 64 Newton 

" Marcus L, r 13 E Fair 

" Mark, c, lab r rear 109 W Peter 

" Marshall H, carp, r 195 Haynes 

" Martha P, (wid Pollard) r 57 Irwin 

" Mary, (wid Isaiah) r near Abbott, Bellwood 

" Mary L, (wid ) r n w cor Ponder and 4th 

" Melvin P, wks Fulton B & C mills, r 28 Howell 

" Mrs Mildred B, editress Sou Alii Farmer, r 500 Whitehall 

" Morris, elk M Barwald, bds 16 Humphries 

" Nathan A, sten R & D R R, bds 57 Wheat 

" Ned, c, drayman, r Garibaldi, bet Arthur and Amy 

" Nelson, r, lab, r i Lee, W E 









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Brown Miss Nora, bkkpr Miss L Hetzel, r N Atlanta 

Oliver S, col New Home Sew Mach Co, bds 29 Younge 

Otha, r, lab, r 4 College 

Pardon E, mngr Providence Infirmary, r 46 Ivy 

Mrs P E, matron Providence Infiimary, r 46 Ivy 

Pink, c, brickmason, r 174 Fort 

Rebecca, (wid Jack), r 97 Luckie 

Robert, c, bds 22 Chestnut 

Robert, r, coachman W A Ht'mphill 

Robert, c, drayman, r 235 Capitol ave 

Robert, c, wks E T V & R R, r rear 109 W Peters 

Robert E. trav Patapsco Guano, r 244 W Peachtree 

Robert J, carp, r 37 Chestnut 

Robert L, c, carp, r Capitol ave South Atlanta 

R Ingram carp, bds 171 S Forsyth 

Robert M, carp, r N Atlanta 

Robert T, trav Oglesby & Meador, bds Markham House 

Samuel, c, porter W & A R R 

Sarah (wid Wm), r 39 Savannah 

Sarah (wid Riley), r W Peachtree bet Blakely and Wilson 

Seals M (wid J J), r 69 Fairlie 

Sherman, c, waiter Kimball House, bds 193 Calhoun 

AGENTS ROSIN DROSS KINDLING i '"'SH^'Si.'if^to^.'i,':''' 

CHEAPEST AND BEST. C »>< e. Alabama ST. - p. o. box 145. 

Brown Silas, c, wks Met St R R Co 

" Sorney, c, porter, r rear 150 Decatur 

" Stewart, c, lab, r 304 W Peters 

" Sylvester, glass blower, bds 13 Fortress 

" Thomas M, c, wks E T, V & G R R, r rear 109 W Peters 

" Thomas J, c, wks W M Smith, <:, r 72 Randolph 

" Walter, r, porter Constitution, r no Edgewood ave 

" Walter, c, wks E T, V & G R R, r Elizabeth bet Mary and 
Arthur 

" Walter B, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, bds 28 Howell 
Brown Walter R. lawyer 9 Whitehall, r 373 S Pryor (Tel 299) 

" Wash, i; lab, r'66 Walker 

" Wm, driver Allen & Fuller 

" Wm, painter, bds Ponce DeLeon Springs ground 

" Wm, trav salesman, bds 211 E Hunter 

" Wm, wks L H Hall & Co 

" Wm, c, carp, r 108 Gray 

" Wm, c, carp, rms 9^ W Mitchell 

" Wm, c, carp, r 7 Terry 

" Wm, c, carp, r near Van Winkle Works 

" Wm, Jr, c, driver city cart, bds near VanWinkle Works 

HUHNICUn & BELLINGRATH||ANiTARY pluwbers, 

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J Brown Wm, c, lab, r i8 Rasberry alley ^^^ 

" Wm, c, porter Kimball House, r rear 198 Clarke B^" 

" Wm, c, porter Piedmont Turf Exchange, bds 125 Butler 

" Wm, c, porter D C Loeb 

" Wm, c, porter Hart Bros 

" Wm B, bkkpr Journal, bds 30 Calhoun 

" Wm H, grocer 126 Green's Ferry, r same 

" Wm M, wks Tech School 

" Wm M, carp E T V & G R R Shops, r 282 McDaniel 

" Wm M, furniture 320 Marietta, bds Mills cor Marietta 

" Wm N, carp R & D R R, r Flat Shoals road 
Brown Wm S, (John Silvey & Co), r 373 S Pryor 

" Wm T, painter W & A R R, bds 143 Tones 

" Wm W, bkkpr Sou Farm Tool Co, bds 65 W Mitchell 

" Willis, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co 

" Willis, c, driver M Rich & Bros 

" Willis B, c, wks Boyd & Baxter, r 26 Gallatin 

" Wilson C, engr, r 93 Kelly 

" W S, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 146 S Pryor 

" Zora Z (wid N M), (Chastain & Brown), r 79 S Pryor — ^-^ 

S THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL |0 

( Latest ImproTed.) liasts 50 Years or More in Regpnlar Use. 24S. Broa«l o'^O 
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Bro^wn & King Supply Co, The George S Brown pres, » ^ 

Barrington J King, secty & treas, 73-75 S Broad ^f 

" , fireman G P R R, r 103 Jones ave g ^ 

" Mrs , r 597 Marietta | ^ 

Browne George F, instructor Spelman Seminary, r 284 W Mitche 

" Walker G, dentist 6sj4 Whitehall, r 85 Cooper © 
Brownell Daniel W, asst cashr & bkkpr P O, r 222 Spring 

" Francis E (Cook & Brownell), r 15 Powers 'X CO 

Browning D, boilermaker R & D R R ^ 

" James T, pressman J P Harrison & Co, bds 119 Davis m CjJ 

" Miss Maggie, teacher Calhoun St School, bds 24 Houston -^ 

Rrownlee Alvin J, elk R Mitchell, r 17 Fortune 3a 

" George, clerk, bds 146)4 Decatur ^ 

" James, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 



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" Warren F, elk H Kieferstein, l)ds 146 Decatur . 

" Warren J, wks Boyd & Baxter, r Abbott, Bell wood | CO 

Broyles Arnold (Broyles & Sons), bds 149 Gullatt jt^ S 

" Bernard, elk Chamberlain, Johnson & Co, bds 149 Gullatt <t> -jo 

" Edwin N (Broyles & Sons), r 149 Gullatt •-:) "H 

" Noah R (Broyles & Sons), bds 149 Gullatt c^ ^ 

" Robert A (R' A Broyles & Co), yard master E T, V & G R ^ S 

R, r 125 Glenn -a ^ 



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Sash, Doors and Blinds, 

Interior and Exterior Flnisii. 

: Mangrum Sts. Tel. 1046 I Monidlng^s. Ornaments, Etc. 



Briijpsts' and Stationers' Rubber Iloods (Atlanta Rubber Co. 

Syringes, C«ml3B, T073, Bands, Erasers, Eto. i ATLANTA, - - QEOBGIA. 

Q BRO 485 BRY 

r ^ Broyles R Bruce, elk E T, V & R R 

ji^ •' R A & Co (R A Broyles, J F McLain), grocers, Cooper, cor ^0% 
rCQ Glenn %#/ 

^03 " Wm O, with R A Broyles & Co, bds 125 Glenn ■ 

q£ Broyles & Sons (Edwin N, Arnold and Nash R), attorneys, 
td'a 55 j4 E Hunter 

*• S Bruce Alexander C (Bruce & Morgan), r 56 Houston 
Q/c '' Elizabeth (wid John C), r 13 N Moore 
Q, 2 " E C, tel opr yard master E T, V & G R R 
W rt " Henry, c, wks Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co, r 25 Mean 

" Jerry, drives city 

" Jerry, brakeman E T V & G R R 

" Jerry, c. harness mkr D Morgan, r country 

" Joel L, lab, r 15 Magnolia 
. " John W, trav, bds 99 Crew 

" Kobert C, sten Perdue & Egleston, bds 56 Houston 

" Sarah C, (wid Daniel R) r 34 Orme 

" Thomas, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co 

" Wm H, elk A & W P R R, bds 56 Houston 
Bruce & Morg'an, (Alexander C Bruce, Thomas H Morgan), 

architects, 47-48 49 Gould building (See page 27) 
Bruchman August, st paver, r 300 Formwalt 



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" Herbert B, acct A & F R R, r 202 Boulevard 
" Mary, (wid John F), r 202 Boulevard 
BruffeyEd C, asst city editor Constitution, rms 48)^ Marietta 
Brumfield Brutus V, collector M M Mauck, rms 93 Spring 
" Wm M, trav M C & J F Riser & Co, bds 25 Wheat 
Bruner Augustus, bds 35 Courtland ave 

Brunette Francis M, car inspr E T V & G R R, r 159 W Hunter 
Brunner Augustine, teacher Hebrew, bds 23 Pulliam 

" Jcseph K, (Brunner & Browder) r cor Ashby and Oak W E 
^ >> Brunner & Bowder, J K Brunner & D H Browder wholesale 
(f) -^ grocers 40-42 E Alabama 

Brunson Emma A, dressmaker, r 152 Capitol ave 
Brunswick House, 150-152 Whitehall 
(/) Q. Bryan Aaron 1, lawyer, r northeast cor Arnold 

CO " Alex, carp, r Adam bet Fortune and Randolph 
W) " Charles H packer Chas A Conklin Mfg Co 

.— J' " Edmond S E, real estate, r 192 Whitehall 
-^ " Edward, butcher, r West End ave W E 



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Bryans Henry P, elk Maddox Rucker & Co, bds Metropolitan 



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lOkkJ OHAMBERLIN. JOHNSON & CO. IIUIJII 

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LUMBER DEALERS, 313 MARIETTA STREET. 

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■ I ■ Piryan Rev J S, pastor Payne's chapel, r 282 Luckie ^ 
^"■11 '■ Minerva R (wid Wm B), bds 240 Rawson Jm\ 
II * " Samuel T, wks Boyd & Baxter, r 690 Marietta 

■ I ■ " Wm L, watchmkr Maier & Berkele, r 5 Chapel 
5^^ Bryant Dock, r, lab W S Bell L & I Co, r 43 Scott 
■— "^ " D Harrison, carp, r 20 Chestnut 
» _ " George, r, carp, r 155 Irwin 
C*<3 " Gus, c, wks C R R 

, — ' — . " Henry, c, lab W & A R R shops, rms 164 Elliott 

^ * " H, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

pa I " James, mach Winship Mach C, bds 55 Foundry 

J § " James B, c, plasterer, r Gate City bet Fletcher & Roy 

Q 8 " John, carp, bds 100 Walton 

^ B " John, c, barber 12 S Broad, r 222 E Ellis j^ 

2h ■ " John A, dry goods 6 W Mitchell, bds 15 E Mitchell g Q 

§§« " John L, wks Boyd & Baxter 

Wtf. " John T, wks W & A R R, r country 

^^% " M, died Oct 4, 1890 

ug " Oscar, lab, bds 55 Foundry 

Ph£| " Percy, c, wks Mark Barry, r West End Ss^' 

pq°a " Wm, c, iDellman Markham House, bds 137 Houston j 

^ a. " Wm, wks Atl Furniture Mfg Co 

Ho " Yancy, carrier P O, r 72 W Harris 






Brynark Levi, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 302 Edgewood Ave 
Bryzinski S, tailor Jerry Lynch, bds 25 Garnett 
Bryson Mary, teacher Calhoun St School 

" Mrs T M, r 87 Calhoun 
Buchanan Andrew J, boiler maker, r 223 E Fair 

" Charles E, bkkpr C M Berry, bds 72 Martin 

" Claude E, bkkpr Oglesby & Meador, bds 2441^ Decatur j^ 

'• D B, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 

" Edward F, W U T Co, bds 45 Courtland 

" Emmett A, policeman, bds 17 Pittman's al ^ 

" Francis M, carp, r 17 Pittman's al ^ 

" George L, carp, res 60 Gartrell 

" Jackson A, carp, r 267 E Hunter 

" Jas A, elk John Ryans Sons, r Park nr Bryan 

" James F, sanitary inspector, res 31 Yonge 

" John W, eng Winship Mach Co, r 300 Mangum ^ 

" Joseph F,. photographer, 121 Decatur, r 12 McDonald \^ 

" Robert H, trav Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r 121 Jackson 

" Susan, dress mkr, r 171 Courtland 

" Thomas, wks DeLoach M Mfg Co, bds 300 Mangum I v» 






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Anninr&iT moiiDAiinrr prompt and liberal settlements, 

AbUUcH I INoUnArIbb torbett & McCANDLESS, state Agents, 

Employers Liability Assurance Corporation. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONl 72. 

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T Buchanan Thomas J, grocer, 246 Decatur, r 244^^ same 
XI " Wm A, elk C H Baldwin, bds 55 S Forsyth 

IE " Wm B, grocer, 195 Whitehall, r 192 same ^^a 

lE^ " Wm F, furniture, 244 Decatur, r 46 Fitzgerald ^^^ 

^^ Bucher John C, bkkpr Geo W Scott Mnfg Go, r Decatur, Ga 

Buck Alfred E, U S Marshall Gustom House, r 430 Peachtree 
" A A, trav T B Daniel, bds Kimball House 
*^-^ " James W, r 50 Kennedy 

" Wm L, bds 50 Kennedy 
Buckalevv Gharles L, carp, r Mays, ns, 5 e Elliott 

" John P, ba'-tender I M Markham, r 164 Nelson 
Buckel Eve (wid George), r 107 Humphries 
Buckley Robert G, printer S Gutman, r 55 S Forsyth 

" S A (wid Wm J), r 55 S Forsyth 
Buckmaster Eugene, cond E T, V & G R R, bds 42 W Peters 

" Mrs Fanny, bds 42 W Peters 
Buckner Frank, c, carp, r i Dewalds al 

" John, c, hackdriver, bds 225 N Forsyth 
" Robt, wks G R R, rms 23 Stonewall 
Budden Gharles E, (Budden &: Son), r 29 McAfee 
" Edward R, (Budden & Son), r 89 McDaniel 



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Budden & Son, (Edward R, Gharles E), lithographers, en- 
gravers, printers and binders, 10 W Wall (See adv opp) 
Buffet Wiley, r, plasterer, r rear 482 Peachtree 
Buffington George W, eng W & A R R, r 310 Mangum 

'' J H, flagman E T V & Ga R R 
Buford Benjamin, c, cook Kimball House, r opp 69 Valentine 
^ " George, c, lab, r 29 Elm 

" Warren, c, drayman, r 29 Elm 
Bugg Anderson, c, carpet layer, r 112 E Harris 
yv " Aringe, c, barber J Minor, bds 116 E Ellis 

^vj " L J, sten G B Everett & Go, bds Decatur, Gra 

•Y^ " Wm B, bkkpr Wm B Smith, r 53 Highland ave 

Buggs Gicero, c, wks city, r 45 Gurrier 
" Joseph, i, porter, r 5 Boaz 
1=^ " Frederick, c, lab, r rear 17 Newton 

^ Buggies Emmet, sign painter, bds 156 Mangum 
T") Buice Alonzo, foreman Ghas A Gonklin Mfg Go, r 23 Martin 
-p ^ " Galvin, mach, r 249 Ira 

^ " David, wood and coal 299 Decatur, r 21 Galhoun 

Qsj " D Hamlet, wks Trowbridge Furn Go, r 568 Decattjr 

(3. " Edward, wks E T V & Ci R R, bds 249 Ira 

" John, r 568 Decatur 

H. G. KUHRT, No. 1 WHITEHALL ST. 

A Speeialty Made of Fine Imported Cigars. 



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Bulce Madison, grocer 65 W Peters, r 59 same 
^\ Buier Nathan, c, wks Atl Brewing Co, r rear 95 E Harris 
UJ Buley Benjamin, c, drayman, rms 9 S Ma{)le 

n^ Billiard Joseph H, wks A & F R R, r Fortress ave nr A & F R R 
" R E, flagman E T V cS^ G R R 
" Wm T, carp, r 23 Ella, Old Barracks 
Bullen Dana R, with Thomson-Houston Elec Co, bds 13 Powers Oa 
^^ " Edward, carriage trimmer, r cor Wheat and Bell ^^ 

flj Bullock Dock H, r, drayman T C Mayson, r 46 Fulton ^^^ 

Mr " Green vS, r, lab, r 74 Richmond ^^B 

^ Bullock Rufus B, pres and treas Atlanta Cotton Mills, and gm^ 
^^ pres Atl Chamber of Commerce, r 173 Peachtree ^"^ 

^^ " Volckert V, with Atlanta Cotton Mills, r 173 Peachtree MH^ 

'j^ " Waterloo, c, teacher public school, bds 74 Richmond ^^j 

Bumstead Rev Horace, D D, pres Atlanta University r ■^"l 
fJl Vine, I n of W Hunter ^^9 

ill Bunch Allen, c, draymen, r 14 Chestnut av 

J " Austin, wks May Mantel Co, r 37 Larkin ' '"'^ 

'fl " Charles T, adv solicitor Journal, bds 37 Larkin 

Bunker Frank R (F R Bunker & Co), r Gordon, W E 
pad Bunker F R & Co (F R Bunker, Wm S Hill), coal and brick, 
^J rear 72 Marietta 



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OF NEW YORK. ( No. 10 Decatur Street. 

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Bunn M H, postal clerk, bds Edgewood n 

Bunyark Levy, c, wks trunk factory, r Capitol aave. South Atlant ^ 
Burbank Austin M, music teacher, r 61 Luckie n 

•' Samuel M, nuigr Nelson, Morris & Co, bds 61 Luckie J 

Burch see also Birch 

" Benjamin, r, brickmason, r 106 Tatnall ~ 

" Henry, c, drays, r 5 Gemunden 

" Margaret, (wid Edmund P) r Park nr Ashby W E 

" Nathan, c, lab, r 210 Irwin " 

" Tim, r, wks R R, r 75 Bradley I 

" Wm D, trav King Hardware Co, r Cornelia, Ga 
Burckel Edward, elk Martin Burckel, bds 239 McDaniel 

•' George C, coppersmith W & A R R, bds 239 McDaniel. 

" J Martin, collr Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co, bds 239 McDaniel 

" Martin, grocer, 243 McDaniel, r 239 same 

" Wm, coppersmith, bds 239 McDaniel 
Burckhalter Martin R, trav Oglesby & Meador, r 400 Washington 
Buckhardt Gustavus A, r 13 Washington 

" John G, real estate, bds 13 Washington 
Burdeil Joseph, r, wks Atlanta Engraving Co 

" Stephen, c, carp, r n s Wylie, Reynoldstown 

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Burden John S, eng R & D R R, r 6^ Gartrell 

Burdett Bass, drayman, r near cor Wilson ave and W Peachtree 
" Harvey, c, bricklayer, r Nunnaly's alley 
" James, carp, r near cor Wilson and W Peachtree 
" John, c, wks Mark Berry, r 445 E Fair 
" Milton, i, coachman G M Traylor, r 71 Gartrell 
" Waymond, carp, r near cor Wilson ave and Peachtree 

Burdine George, c, lab, r 99 Humphries 

Burell Wm R, fireman No i, r 53 Hunnicutt 

Burge Benjamin, brkm, r w s Curran bet Warrens al & Lee's ave 
" Geo, painter, bds 385 Fraser 

Burge James H, helper W & A R R 
" Jerry, wks Am Match Co 
" Tohn F, carp W & A R R, r 7 Dillon 
" John W, blksmith W & A R R, r Emma, Bellwood 
" Matthew, farmer, *r nr cor Curran and Emmett 
" Roger, c, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 137 E Hunter 
" S muel, c, hostler R C Mitchell, r 104 Yonge 
" Sanford, c, wks Markham House, bds 47 Blackmon 
" Thad G, wks Peeples, r 79 Howell 

Burger Charles, carp, r 21 Humphries 

" Henry, carp Winship Mach Co, bds Ponder nr 4th 



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Burgess Bolton, wks Atl Coffin Facty, r 11 S Boulevard 

" Newton, c, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 12 Newton 

" Robert B, com mchnt, r 95 Grant 

" Wm H, elk sec Ga S:ate Alliance, r 325 Courtland 
Burie Philip D, elk, r 132 Thompson 

Burk David G, carp, r 17 Kelly 

" Heniy P, tinner H Franklin, r 75 Chestnut 

" James F, mach G H HoUiday, r 154 W Hunter 

'' Jesse H, foreman G H Holliday, r 108 Mangum 

" John, c, carp, r 234 Old Wheat 

" Nathan, c, lab, r 234 Old Wheat 

" Sarah, (wid Elijah) r 8 Gray 
Burke Charles W, car coupler C R R, bds 8 Gray 

" Edward, inventor, r 98 Ellis 

" Elsie, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 8 Gray 

" Tames W. c, shoemake r, .rj r] Hij^hlnnd nv^,i yDoti^i 

" J J, died April 5, '90 _ 

" Timothy, r 9 S Calhoun 

" Wm, c, bell boy Mrs L L Beckwith, r rear 143 Peachtree 

" Wm B, books 38 Marietta, r 45 W Cain 

" Wyly, c, carp, r 15 Parks 

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Sells, Rents and Exchanges Dairy, Fruit and 
Truck Farms in all Parts of Georgia. 

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Burks Beauregard, c, barber, r 1 1 BeU 
" Charles, r, butcher, r 5 E Baker 
" Charles M, policeman, r 24 Georgia ave 

" Ephraim, f, lab, r 16 Roach eg hrt 

" George, c, driver Golden Transfer Co, rj6 C R R Vj 

" Hood, c, wks Ga Ice Co, r rear 22 Thompson !^ ^^ 

" Jack, c, lab, r 281 Rawson ^ vJ 

" James R, wks W & A R R, rms 25 Ella, Old Barracks jj HH 

" James, f, lab, r 15 Ella O ||*^ 

" Jefferson, c, wks E T, V & G R R shops, r 293 Rawson q ^> 

" Jesse W, r, glazier, r 82 Richmond 

" John, c, carp, r 13 Parks ^ ^^ 

" Martin, mach Sou Spring Bed Co, r 216 Decatur 3J r^ 

Burks Robert L, sec Ga State Alliance, r 317 S Pryor ^ 

" Stonewall, porter C O Tyner 

r^ t< " Thomas, f, bricklayer, bds 18 Glynn 

^^ ^ " Thomas, r, express mess, r 260 Butler 

^j M " Thomas, c, lab city, r 9 Maple 

k^ y " Wm, r, wks city, r 13 Ella 

1^ ^ Burkert John M, umbrella repairer 10 Peachtree, r 154 Pulliam 

^H ^ " S Paul E, piano tuner, 10 Peachtree, bds 154 Pulliam 

^ Qj Burkett Ira E, trav agt 36 E Wall, r 186 Haynes ' ^ 

"«l INTERIOR FINISH {ATLANTA MFG. CO. ^p 

n P^ STORE, BANK AND OFFICE FIXTURES. ( 6-12 COURTLAND AVE. e$ 

^J W Burley Hill, wks Atlanta Bridge and Axle Co ^ P 

^3 P Burnap Harry J, wks Houchin & Moore, r Marietta, Ga trt*?' 

^ Burnett Christopher C, carp, r 165 Nelson Cj> 

r^ J) " Dorcas E (wid Robert P), r 193 W Mitchell ^ 

£25 " Edward W, cond Ga R R, r 83 Ga R R ^^ 

nD ^ " John C, eng W & A R R, r 79 Davis <rh C^ 
Ph H " J T, collector New Home Sew Machine Co, r West End m^^ 

^ H " J \v, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath P ^ 

P " Mary (wid Wm), r 94 Expo Grounds mi** 
^ ^ " Nancy M A (wid Mark), r 76 Rock 

^-H M " Preacher, c, drayman, r rear no Ellis ^L? 
J22 " Reuben, ^, driver R B Ridley, r 13 Chestnut ave ^ 

^^ m " R A» yardman Pittman & Co ^rn' 

^^ p: " Wm, ^, gauger, r 120 E Cain 2*^ 

^Ijvl] Barney Julius A, insurance agent, r 22 Calhoun oa CD 

■"'r! "' Thomas J, trav agt Journal ^ " 

^3 h ", Theodore W, bds 24 Houston O*?* 

2 Burnham Bunah R, wks Atlanta Bridge Co, r Bellwood q 

W " " Charles R, Ry mail elk, bds 44 Walton O • 

S " J Woodburn (Harper & Burnham), r 11 Markham Q^'^ 

^-H Burnie Mitchell, c, grocer 12 Boaz, r same ^ 



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inninrilT mOltOIUnCr prompt and uberal settlements. 

AliCllJcNT WMIllANlih TORBETT & McCANDLESS, state Agents, 

Smple7«nXiMm^A«BMoeiOapmtion. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 



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Burns Andrew, street sweeper, r 227 Martin 

" Carrie, c, restaurant 80 ^4 Decatur, r same 

" Edward, plumber H Franklin 

" Edward P, record elk W & A R R, r 178 Crew 

" George A, helper R & D R R, r Ga R R, Edgewood 

" Isaac, c, carp, r rear 286 W Peters 

" James, carpet layer John Ryan's Sons, r 106^ Peachtree 

" James A, teacher Washington Seminary, r Grant cor Glynn 

" James J, cutter Kahn Bros, bds 45 Courtland ave 

" Robert, died June 22d, 1890 

" Robert, c, farmer, r Elizabeth, n e cor Arthur 

" Wm B, trav Thos M Clarke & Co, bds Talmadge House 
Burnsides Geo, c, barber M H Bentley, rms 302 W Peters 
Burpitt James, nurseryman and florist 71 S Pryor 
Burr Jesse, c, lab, r 4 John 
Burroughs Eraeline L, (wid T A), r 93 Ivy 

" Jeff B, engr W & A R R, r 23 Hull 
Burrows Emanuel, c, driver H A Boynton 

*'■ Zeb B, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 112 Luckie 
Burson Daniel, c, wks L DeGive, r rear 35 Irwin 

" John H, c, lab, r 51 Greens Ferry ave 

'• Martha, (wid John), r i Berean ave 



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Burson Rev Richard H, c, missionary, r 231 W Mitchell 
Burst Reuben, c, barber, J W Eubanks rms 31^^ Marietta 
Burt Samuel H, c, shoemaker 3 E Mitchell, r 15 Richmond 

" W, engraver Budden & Son 
Burton Columbus, c, lab, r iii Stonewall 
Hal c, baker F M Jack 
Henry, dray line, bds 20 Clarke 
John, c, lab, r 10 College 
John H, c, well digger, r rear 95 E Harris 
Ned, c, waiter Kimball House, r 228 Clarke 
Otta, fireman, bds 22 Hayden 
Randall, r, wks Ice Co 
Madame Willie, r 21 Collins 
Wm H, painter R & D R R, r 19 Hilliard 
Busch Fred, transferer Budden & Son 
Buse Corinne, (wid John F), r 39 Boulevard 

" John F, died August 2-90 
Bush Brook E, painter, r 18 Glenn 
"BE Jr, wks C R R, bds 18 Glenn 
" Charles, wks C R R, bds 18 Glenn 
" Daniel, c, wks Lipes & Co, r Magnolia 

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c^ " Fred D,.dist pass agt L & N R R 38 E Wall, bds Markham 
S " Robt E, bds 16 S Terry 

pn| " R Pinkney, cond W & A R R, r 16 S Terry 
^^^ Busha Henry M, fireman R & D R R, bds 528 Decatur 
Bushnell John E (Bushnell & Daniel), bds 51 Ivy 

" & Daniel (Jno E Bushnell, L J Daniel), wall paper and 
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►y^ Bushwell Henry, wks R & D R R, bds 16 Boulevard ^* 

^-^ Bussey Herbert H, hat renovator 2)^ Marietta, r 120 Curran ^^^ 

O " Samuel T, stable boss Atl Bagg & Cab Co, r 11 Martin ■■ 

Q " Chas L, eng W & A R R - ^^ 

>^ " Wm D, eng W & A R R, r 246 Luckie J^ 

^^ Busshre Chas, butcher, r 25 Hilliard ■■■I 

Butler Aaron, r, wks S B Callaway, r 141 E Harris ^^^ 

• " Abe, c, wks Mark Berry, r 36 Newton ™^ 

Q^ " Adam, r, farmer, r Hill, near cor Jackson W^% 

" Albert, c, truck hand G P freight depot ^^ 

Benjamin, c, painter, r 2^^ Rock _ . _^ 

Bolley, wks box factory, r Berean, cor Iswald 

Charles, r, fireman Ga R R, r rear 257 Richardson PO 

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Butler Clinton, c, brickmason r rear 39 W Harris 

r£^ " Edward, c, blksmith, bds 164 Decatur | ' 

TlT " Edward, r, porter J W & E C Atkins, r 95 Larkin ' 4x W 

Ed M, wks W & A R R, r country ® 2 

Frank S, cond R & D R R, bds 43 Smith |^ >■ 

George, c, carp, bds 10 Jennings al tH CO 

^|j " George, c, porter Boyd & Henderson, r 119 E Harris ^ 

Cw " Henry, c, wks E T V & G shops, r Amy, s e cor Ira (fl 

^ "* " Henry H, mach De Loach Mill mfg Co, bds 154 Luckie tE 

rA\ " Henrv R (Butler Slater & Co), r 190 Wheat g O 

^-* " Hirarn W, wks W & A R R, r country E, ^ 
" Hugh E, wks W Sz AR R, r country 

^H " Irene A (wid Isaac), r 572 S Pryor ^ ^ 
fl^ " James, c. basketmaker, r 12 Angier av 

^^ " James, r, wks expo grounds, bds Hill, near cor Jackson | 

^*« " James, f, servant Mrs S C Venable ^ 

Oi " John, c, truck hand G P R R ^ 

John, c, wks A Foote & Bro ^ 

John E, flagman E T, V & G R R, bds 4 Doane eg 

John W, trav F E Block, r Greenwood, S C <^ 
Melissa C (wid Mathew), r 219 Haynes 



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" M H, fireman W & A R R 

" Oscar, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 

" Patrick G, cornicemkr Wingate & Mali, r 73 N Butler 

" Pierce, c, r 233 Clarke 

" Reuben J, carp, r 154 Luckie 

" Richard, c, lab at Expo ground, r same 

" Richard, c, porter F R & J G Walker, r 49 Randolph 

" Robt, printer Postell & Sexton, r Marietta 

" R Addie (vvid Benjamin T), bds 217 W Fair 

" Samuel I, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co, r N Atlanta 
Butler, Slater & Co, (Henry R Butler, Thos H Slater) drug- 
gists & physicians, 190 Wheat, cor Bell 

•' Thomas, wks A Foote & Bro 

" Troup, elk A & W P R R, bds 56 Washington 

" Wesley, r 4 Lowe 

" Wm, engr, r 144 E Hunter 

" Wm, hoseman Fire Co No 2, r Pulliam 

" Wm, c, wks A P Morgan, r Jail al 

" Wm, c, lab, bds 251 N Calhoun 

" Wm, c, drayman, r 290 Rawson 

" Wm J, mach hd Manning Furn Co, bds 229 Marietta 



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Butler Wm VV, engr Capitol, r 10 Martin 
Butt C Edwin, shp elk Langston & Woodson, r 208 Jones 
" Miss Ethel, teacher Fair St School, bds 208 Jones 
" Jesse M, scaleman Bell St Cotton Compress, r 208 Jones 
" Mary (wid Wm), bds 117 E Fair 
" Tim M, lawyer, r 117 E Fair 
Button Charles H, abstracts of title 2 Kimball House, Wall, r 357 

Whitehall 
Butts Calvin H, Ry mail elk, bds 42 Walton 
Edward, c, porter E T V & G R R 
F S, flagman E T V & G R R 

Miss Lula, stenographer Cassell Pub Co, bds 42 E Mitchell 
Eobt A, c, waiter Folsom's Restaurant, bds iio^ Whitehall 
Tony, c, wks C R R, r 24 Beerman 
Buxton John N, trav J B Daniel, r Keesville, Ga 
Buzbee Carter K, grocer 102 Peachtree, r 389 Wheat 
" John, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
" Wm T, grocer, r 149 W Baker 
Buzzell Alfred S, foreman Tech school shops, r 367 W Peachtree 

" Milton, cabinet mkr Atl Mfg Co, r 14 Tumlin 
Byars Albert, c, truckman G P Ry depot, r 32 Henry 

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Byars Turner, c, truckman R & D R R, bds 32 Henry 
Byerly Wm J, mach Van Winkle G & M Co, bds Ponder, 2 n 4th 
Byers Anthony S, bkkp the Fenley Furniture Co, bds 174 Loyd 
" Lewis, c^ driver Hildebrand & Abbott, r 286 Calhoun 
" Marshall, c, hostler W R Hill, r E Cain 
" Rebecca, (wid Robert), dress maker, r 3 Nesbit 
" Wm L, brickmason Atl Gas Light Co, r Kimball, nr Cherry 
Byington Geo W, ins agt, r 211 Capitol ave 
Bynum R D, printer Constitution Job Office, bds no Mangum 
' ' Byorth Miss Emily C, teacher Boulevard school, bds 90 Ivy 
^ I Byram John W, observer U S Signal Corps, bds Bellmont House 
rrl I Byran Wm, c, wks W W Anderson, r 8 Dewalds al 
,_q (/) Byrd, see also Bird. 

Q h " Andrew G, wks stove foundry, r Bellwood 
^ Z Byrd Charles P, printer and publisher and bookbinder 30 S 
2 lU Broad, r 33 Merritts ave (See adv opp) 

So " Charles W, wks stove foundry, r Bellwood 
" K " Clann, r, wks D Buice, r bet Jones and Fair 
J " Elias, c, wks Mark Berry, r Butler cor Jail al 
^ uj " Foster, lab, r 8 Eugenia O v* 

S " Frank L, asst bkkpr Kind Words, r 67 W Harris ' H 

Ph Q) " James E, bkkpr Dobbs, Wey & Co, bds 375 S Pry or "* Ly 

E \ A. 0. M. GAY & SON! ".3i^HT.HT.u?.,^.^ - \ 2 

H I Byrd John W, c, lab, r lo Bell C 2 

»^ ' " J E, elk C R R, r 375 S Pryor P (P 

' ' ' " Thomas, r, driver, r rear 50 Windsor Z 

j p^ " W J, cond W & A R R, r country oM 

S^^ Byrnes Solomon B, c, grocer, 42 Wells, r same * Lj^ 

^ ,' * Byrom John H, shoemkr, 32 Alexander, r Fort, cor Forest ave 
_ J^ Byron C G, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, r 254 Frazier 
m. m " Miss Fannie, stenog Rhodes & Haverty Fur Co, bds 254 

Eraser 
f ' T I " Mark B, grocer 254 Eraser, r same 
C — ■ " Walter L, messenger Postel Tel Cable Co 
£3 Byrum George W, elk J D O'Rear & Co, bds 65 W Mitchell 



/"^ A TV T5'' I ^you afford a nice watch or diamond when you 
V^_//^ ]^^ J_ can get it on credit? Try Blue, 73 Whitehall. 
Cabaniss Daniel M, bds 56 Ellis 

" George O, acting sec Sou Home B and L Assn, r 56 Ellis 
Cabaniss Henry H, bus mngr Atl Evening Journal, r 306 

Peachtree 
Cabaugh Ed, c, plasterer, r 149 Elliott 
Cadle Wm H, cond G P R R, r 130 Luckie 



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Oeacrml Ag— <■ Oeorgrla »nd Alab»Hi», 
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X3^ Cagle Rufus E, carp May Mantel Co, r Bellwood YwC\ 

AjA Cahill Benjamin F, bds Cannon House t ■! 

-w^ Cain, see also Kane ^^ 

^^ " Alfred, lab, r 3 Iswald ^^^ 

E^ " Andrew J, r N Atlanta \a^ 

^R^ " Mrs Eliza, dressmaker Mrs G Visby, r 3 Iswald ■■ 

J^ " Jefferson, eng W & A R R ^, 

" Joseph V M, sanitary insp, r 138 Alexander ^^3 

" Thomas H, bkkpr S F Knapp, bds Talmadge House 
" Zion R, street car driver, r 67 Howell 

" , mounter J Smith, bds 115^ Decatur 

Caldecott George C A, baths 10 Decatur, i 107 Windsor 
Caldon Prof James D, mineral dept W M Scott & Co, bds 

Markham House ^ 

Caldwell Amelia A, (wid Robt), r 12 Gilmer H"| 

" Clarence, elk J H Caldwell, bds Gordon W E ^^ 

" Harry, c, lab, bds 242 W Mitchell Q 3 

" Howell C, rec teller Neal Loan & Banking Co, bds 3 Bal- ^^ 

timore place 
" James, r 65 W Mitchell 

" James M, grocer cor Gordon and Lee, West End 
" James M, elk Langston & Woodson, bds 15 E Mitchell 



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Cald'Well John A, marshall and city clerk W E, r Gordon W E 
" John E, wks Brosius Mach Co, r 312 Whitehall 
" John H, grocer Gorden W E, bds same 
"■ Joseph B, (Patterson & Caldwell), r 15 Markham 
" Miss Julia LaCadd, instructress in Science and English 

branches Morris-Brown College, bds 29 Yonge 
" Robert H, grocer, cor Gordon and Lee, W E 
" Robert H Jr, elk R H Caldwell, bds Gordon W E 
** R Toombs, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 25 N Forsyth 
" Samuel H, bds 60 Stonewall 
•' Thomas, <r, lab, r 242 W Mitchell 
" Wm, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co 

Calhoun Abner W, physician 66 Marietta, r 85 E Mitchell 
" Alpha E, elk Gate City Nat Bank, bds 59 Walker 

Calhoun Andrew E, lawyer 25 Gate City Bank bldg, bds 67 
N Pryor 
" Andrew P, student, bds n e cor Peachtree and Wilson 
" Charles, c, lab, r rear 26 Luckie 
" Charles A, elk Hillyer & Bro, rms 202 Crew 
" Cornelius, c, lab, bds 17 Grady 
" David, c, lab, r rear 225 Gate City 

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Calhoun Frank, c, lab, r rear 95 E Harris 

" James, c, drayman, r 25 Orange 

" John C, lab waterworks 

" John H, brick mfg, r Windsor bet Amy and Fletcher 
Calhoun, King & Spalding (Pat Calhoun, Alex C King & 
Jack J Spalding), attorneys 29IP34 Gate City Bank Bldg 
(Tel 291) 

" Margaret M (wid Andrew P), bds nr cor Peachtree & Wilson 

" Pat (Calhoun, King & Spalding), r Peachtree n e cor Wilson 

" Patrick H, elk Court of Ordinary, r 170 Crew 

" Perry, c, plasterer, r 115 Houston 

" Preston, student, bds 108 Mangum 

" Robert, wks The Mutual Ptg Co 

" Solomon, c, butler G W Byingtoii, r Grady 

" Wiley, butcher, r 35 Hills ave 

" Wm, c, butler J S Bigby, r rear 290 Washington 

" Wm D, stenographer, bds 11 Washington 
Calhoun W L, Lawyer and Ordinary Fulton Co, court house, 

r 1 1 Washington 
Caligraph Writing Machines, Torbett & McCandless agts, ^ 
22 Kimball House, Decatur (See top lines) 2 

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. ( -*• ^'iZlfil'i?^' S 

OF NEW YORK. ( No. 10 Decatar Street. 

Callahan John J, mach W & A R R, r 33 Markham W 

" Augusta, (wid Wm), r 15 Jones ave M {Sfl 

" P James, tinner, r 307 E Hunter I> 

" Wm, cond G RR 5 1^^ 

Callaway Miss Abbie, teacher Girls' High School, r 143 Capitol ave > Qg 

" Augustus, c, lab, r 21 McDaniel i '"'2 

" Charles, f, wks E T V & G R R, r 15 Alice h W(8 

Callaway Edward, elk Kimball House, bds same jS-^H 

" Edward G, lab, bds 8 Jeanette m 8 

" Ellen, c, eating house 584 Marietta, r 158 Gray 09 O^ 

" Eugene C, triiv Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 143 Capitol ave H J^5 

" Evans W, wks Atl Paper Co, r 222 Glenn ^ ^ 

" Howard R, (M C & JF Riser & Co) r 28 Currier mj^ 

" James, c, lab, r 35 Fort 

" John E, eng H Crankshaw & Co, r 8 Jeanette Jfl 

" Joshua F, moulder, r 25 Bass C^ 

" Martin c, lab, r 7 Ella g 

" Nelson, c, driver, r5 Vine r^ 

" Robert C, elk W & A R R, bds 9 Houston 

" Miss Sallie, dressmkr, 170 S Pryor, r same 

" S Beecher, wood yard, 92 E Cain r 115 same ^ 

" S Clayton, (Lumpkin Cole & Callaway) bds 143 Capitol ave 

GEO. CROUCH I Monumental Arehitect 
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Callaway Thomas W, civil eng, r 95 Walton 

" Wm, lab, bds 8 Jeanette 

" Wm, r, lab, r rear 159 Ivy 

" Willie, news boy, bds 25 Bass 
Calloway Charles, c, wks Fenley Furn Co 

" Cicero C, c, wks Constitution office, r 186 Rhodes 

" Henry, wks Fenley Furniture Co 

" John, c, blksmith, r 186 Rhodes 

" John, r, packer Sou Bottling Co, r 42 E Harris 

" R, r, lab Atlanta Street R R 
- " Sherman, c, wks J J Flatten, Jr 

" Stewart, c, porter J Campbell, r rear 190 Calhoun 

" Wm, c, driver W R Jester, r 243 E Fair 
Calton Wm, wks Lewis Cracker Co, bds 49 Bell 
Calvan John, pairter, r 131 Chestnut 
Calvert Wm C, elk, bds 37 Poplar 

Calvoy Georgia (wid Peter), r Center s side, 4 e Peachtree 
Camack R C, bds 22 Houston 
Camel, see also Campbell 

" Wm, c, shoemaker 71 Waverly Place 

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Cameron Benj H, asst Tax Receiver, r 80 Crew 

" James, c, plasterer, r 178 Irwin 

" Wm H, wks Atl Cotton Mills, r 33 W Harris 
Camp, see also Kemp 

" Abner, lab, bds 11 Leonard 

" Arthur, solicitor, bds 108 Marietta 

" Benjamin A, farmer, r ;^^ Bailey 

" Columbus, r, wks Dobbs Lumber Co, r 32 Solomon 

" Daniel C (Duncan & Camp), r 37 Merritts ave 

" Felix, edr & bus mngr Piedmont Educator, bds 514 Peachtree 

" Green, brakeman E T V & G R R 
Cam.p James N, jjhysician 138 Chestnut, r same 

" James N, wks VanWinkle G & M Co, bds 2 Ponder 

" John, c, wks Metropolitan St R R Co 

" Joseph, lawyer 2^4 Marietta 

" Joseph J, truck farmer, r 200 Grant 

" Miss Lee, gen asst Capital Female College, bds 33 Bailey 

" Maston P, lab, r 138 Chestnut 

" Mathew H, lab, r 11 Leonard 

" Milton P, died Sept 26 1890 

" Mrs M E, r 192 Courtland 

" Nancy A, (wid George W) r 267 W Peachtree 

" Oliver T, elk Robt Dohme, bds 157 Gilmer 



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Camp Paul, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co, bds 2 Ponder 

" Reuben T, (Jeter & Camp), r Fairburn Ga 

" Thomas, bkkpr Joe S Nix, r 148 Rawson 

" Warner A, (Thompson & Camp), bds 157 Gilmer 

" Wm M, cond Pullman's Palace Car Co, bds 267 W Peachtree 

Campbell see also Camel 

" Benjamin, painter, bds 108 Mangum 

" Charles, carp, bds 108 Mangum 

" Charles, c, porter Ga P R R, bds 21 Edgewood ave 

" Cornelia A, (wid Wm H), bds 410 Courtland ave 

" C L, collector P F Collier, r Birmingham, Ala 

" Daniel, bartender B O'Byrne, bds Metropolitan hotel 

" Dualla (wid James), grocer 149 Luckie, r same 

" DC, special agt Amr Fire Ins Co, bds 312 W Peachtree 

" Edward A, tel oper, bds 159 E Hunter 

" Emma, (wid Charles) r 11 McAfee 

" Emmett, elk bds 186 W Peters 

" Henry, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 25 Victoria 

" Henry W, r, brickmason, r 123 Wheat 

" Herbert L, rec elk Langston & Woodson 

" Humphrey B, mach W & A R R, bds 42 E Mitchell 

" James, saloon 51 S Pryor, r 29 Fraser 

ATLANTA 111. CO.{M.^i°!ia^.'!g-^ 

Campbell James, c, bds 60 Rhodes 

" James H, elk R S Hilley, r 164 Calhoun 
" Jennie (wid J B), r 312 W Peachtree 
" John, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 97 W Pine 
" John, editor, rms 104^ Peachtree 
" John, c, drayman, bds 71 Waverly place 
" John, tailor Jerry Lynch, bds 140^ Whitehall 
" John B, bkkpr Jos Thompson, r 182 Spring 
" John B, printer Constitution, bds 74 Cain 
" J Bulow, bkkpr R O Campbell, bds 312 W Peachtree 
" Milus M, elk W & A R R, r West End 
Campbell Richard O, coal, coke and wood 5 Spring, r 312 W 
Peachtree 
Robt, c, painter, bds Capitol ave. South Atl 
Robt E, elk I N Ragsdale, bds 186 W Peters 
Silas, r, hackman, r rear 86 Wheat 
Thomas, c, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co 
Wm, blacksmith, r 25 Victoria 
Wm, elk E T V & G Ry, bds 88 McDaniel 
Campbell Wm J, mngr Constitution Job Office, r 410 Court- 
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Gea«r«I AmbI* Ocorela and Alabama. 
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Campbell Wm J, moulder, bds 25 Victoria 

" Wm L, cond Fulton Co St R R, bds 164 Calhoun 

" Wm P, cotton shipper S M Inman & Co 

" Wm W, motorman Fulton Co St Ry, bds 209 Boulevard 

Campfield Warren, c, butler C W Hunnicutt 

Canada Samuel, <:, lab, r 64 Humphries 

Candler, see also Chandler 

" Asa G (Asa G Candler & Co) r Edgewood 

" Asa G & Co (Asa G Candler), drugs, 47 Peachtree 

" John, r, lab, r 277 Rawson 

" John S, lawyer, 32^ E Wall, r Decatur, Ga 

" Milton A (Candler & Thomson), r Decatur, Ga 

" Milton A, Jr, seed agt, Sou Cotton Oil Co, r Decatur, Ga 

Candler & Thomson (Milton A Candler, Wm S Thomson), 
lawyers, 30^ Marietta 

Cannon Augustus, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 64 Gartrell 
" Charles, lab, bds Maple w side 2 n Magnolia 
" Cicero, lab, wks Manning Furn Co, r 151 Larkin 
" Ellen (wid James P), r 96 Loyd 

" George W, shoemaker 353 Marietta, r 4th 2 w of Ponder 
" Harry, c, restaurant 293 Calhoun, r same 
" Henry A, elk E R Barnes, r 23 Pitman al 



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'* Isham, c, wks Woodward Lumber Co 

" James, carp, r W Peachtree on Crawford place 

** James, lab, r Ezra 2 s of Moore 

" John N, r 6 McDaniel road 

" Mary A (wid Patrick), r 92 Loyd 

" Nahum, propr Cannon House, r same 

" Nicholas C, eng Fire Co No 4, bds 92 Loyd 

*' Wm J, drayman, r 5 Iswald 

" Wm R, asst City Clk, r 74 Ivy 
Canterberry J M, wks Gholstin, Haas & Guthman, r 18 Chestnut 
Cantey John (DeSaussure & Atkinson), bds 181 S Pry or 
Cantrell Aaron, carp, r cor E Ira and Moore 

" Callie F, elk The Fair, bds 25 N Forsyth 

" James, bds 29 Hills ave 

" James, c, driver J C Evins 

'' J Edgar, with W E Cantrell, bds 146 S Pryor 

" J W, flagman ET V & G ER 

" O H, elk W E Cantrell, r 71 Smith 

" Wm C, printer J P Harrison & Co, bds 22 Jones ave 

" Wm E, fruits. Wall, n e cor Peachtree, bds 146 S Pryor 



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Cape James A, elk Wood-Stearns-Beaumont Co, r 73 Davis 
" Wm, mach, r 55 Hunnicutt 
" Wm, shoemaker, bds W Peachtree near cor Emmelt 

Capers Frederick F, cond W & A R R, r country 

Capital City Bank, Geo W Parrott pres, C A Collier, vice pres, 
Jacob Haas cash, Whitehall, s w cor Alabama (Seep 12) 

Capital City Club, Livingston Minis pres, R B Bullock vice 
^' ' pres, Thomas Peters secty and treas (Tel 1053) 114 

*^^^ Peachtree 

^■i^ Capital Female College, Miss Leonora Beck principal, 28 
r^^ Capital ave (See p 35) 

Caplan see also Kaplan 
^M^ " Isaac, peddler, r 86 S Butler 
^^j Carbine John C, boiler maker, r 30 Mechanic 
SEh Carbolic Smoke Ball Co, home ofifice and laboratory, W W 
M«^ Reeves propr, rms 41-42-43 Gould bldg 

Garden D Frank, postal elk, bds 12 Wheat 
I ^ " D F, trav J B Daniel, r Opelika, Ala 
H— 4 Cardin A N, wks R & D R R, r Edgewood 
f"-^ " Benjamin F, wks R & D R R, bds 31 Ezzard 



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^^5 Carey, see also Cary 

, ,-, - -. *' Clarence, c. waiter Mrs A P Talmadge 

Q ^ " George, c, wks Loyd & Bro, r 43 Walton 

2 H " John, propr Atlanta Machine Works, r 268 Boulevard 

O W " Paul, bkkpr Atlanta Machine Works, r 268 Boulevard 

rt 9 " Sam, c, carp, r ir Rawson 

W n Cargile Andrew, c, driver John Ryan's Sons, r 299 Martin 

t" OQ " John, c, carp M & L H Cargile, rms 7 Ivy 

»0 " Lewis H, ^ (M & L H Cargile), r s end Connally 

* • ' " Mitchell, c, carp, r 279 Eraser 

\^^ " Mitchell, r (M & L H Cargile), r 189 Clarke 

^ ^ " M & L H, r (Mitchell & Lewis H), undertakers 7-9 Ivy 

" T J, t, wks Southern Furniture Co 

^_^ " Zebediah D, c, carp M & L H Cargile, r Tanners bet Cain 
^^ and Harris 

« Carlisle Anderson, c, oiler C R R, r Davis i n of Markham 

^O " Frederick D, engr E T V & G R R, bds 306 Rawson 

" I Reid, bds 306 Rawson 

^^2 " James, piano mkr, r 23 Yonge 

' James C, policeman, r 306 Rawson 










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Carlisle W H, stenogr Sou B & L Assn, bds 306 Rawson 
Carlton Benton C, jeweler 15 Whitehall, r 34 Calhoun 
C W, draughtsman Wheeler & Downing 
Eugene, r, carp, r Edgewood 
Geo B, bkkpr Standard Oil Co, bds 238 S Pryor 
Geo R, dispatcher E T V & G R R 
Hal, elk H C King, bds West End 
James, f, waiter Markham House, bds 15 S Calhoun 
James E, (McKeldin & Carlton), bds 39 Kimball 
James K P, (Carlton & Smith) CArnold Carlton & McCord), 

r 212 Crew 
John C C, (Carlton & Smith), r 2 Carlton 
John M B, with Stoney & Carlton, r 33 Poplar 
Joseph A, shipping elk Arnold, Carlton & McCord, bds 219 

Crew 
R H, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills 
Wm H, (Storey & Carlton), rooms 7 Vo S Broad 
W P, oper P:)stal Tel Cable Co, bds 82 Walton 
& Smith, (J K P Carlton & H D Smith) produce and com- 
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Carmichael Eugene C, mngr city circulation (s side) Constitution, 
bds 142 S Pryor 
Frank, fii'eman G P R R, bds n e cor Emmett and Hampton 
Fred, t', well digger, r Waterhouse near G R il 
Harry O, mngr city circulation (s side) Constitution, bds 142 

S Pryor 
James H, fireman W & A R R 
John W, physician, r 58 Gartrell 
Joseph B (O L & J B Carmichael), r 147 Marietta 
Oliver L(0 L & ] B Carmichael), bds 147 Marietta 
O L & J B (Oliver L & Joseph B), grocers, 181 Marietta 
Randall, c, carp, bds 50 Glenn 

Robert A, appr J P Harrison & Co, bds iic Chapel 
Robert N, mechanic, r 252 W Peters 
Wm M, meat, 442 Marietta, r same 
Woodson, r, wks Phoeni.x Planing Mill, r 168 Fort 

Carnell, see also Connell 

" John, elk 'I' H Hoge, bds 241 Ivy 
Carpenter Cicero H, upholsterer Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 9 
Berean ave 
" H Wayne, policeman, bds i E Fair 
" Jehu L, beef market, r 20 Berean ave 



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Carpenter Leander D, dentist 47^4 Whitehall, r 158 Rawson 
Robert H, architect, bds 158 Rawson 
" Thomas P, policeman, r 9 Berean ave 
" Wm H, foreman So Alliance Farmer, r 160 Crew 
" Wm R, beef market, r 18 Howell 
Carr, see also Karr and Kerr 
" Alex, wks UeLoach Mill Mfg Co 
" A A, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 
" Benjamin F, engr, r Bellwood ave n e cor Mean 
" Benjamin F, foremn So Box Fac, r Humphries cor Hightower 
" Brown, c, carp, r rear 142 Spring 

" Brown, c, porter Beck & Gregg Hdw Co, bds rear 77 Edge- 
wood ave 
" Bud, well digger, r Bellwood 
iu "t " Charles D, wks Sou Box Factory, bds Bellwood ave n e cor 
qI • Mean 

H • I*! " Frank, foreman So Box Fact, bds 305 W Peters 

• J' " George, r, wks Sou Furn Co 
jaO " George T, whols cigars and tobicco 46-48 E Alabama, 
< S 2 142 Spring 

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j^ S Carr James W, asst ticket agt E T V iS: G R R, bds 142 Spring 
CI • " Jane F (wid Elias R), r 310 Whitehall 
I |l " John, c, lab, bds 95 Markham 
. ^ . . " John, c, lab, r rear 194 Eraser 
^ " Joseph, r, lab, r Clark, cor Waterhouse 

" J C, died March 9, 1890 

" Nathan C, trav H A Boynton, r Covington, Ga 

" Robert, c, plasterer, r i^ S Terry 

" Seaborn, c, whitewasher, r 332 Washington 

" Taylor, peddler, r 11 Ella 

" Thomas, plumber Guimarin, Engles & Stockton, bds Bristol 
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Wm G, cashier Kimball House, bds same J^ 

Carragan, see also Carrigan rft 

" Frederick A, Ry mail clerk, r 220 Spring \^ 

eCarraway M C, agent P Lorillard & Co, 351-^ E Alabama, r J^ 

2 Ponce de Leon M 

Samuel W 1), foreman Christian Index ^ 

Ward L, bkkpr F W Miller & Co, bds 30 Garnett ^ 

Carribal Henry, carp, bds 65 Fairlie yS 

Carrie John T, conductor W & A R K ^^ 



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^-> Carrier A B, with F B Shepard, bds 22 Houston 
j^ " Robert, carpenter, r i Boulevard 

H Carrigan, see also Carragan 

jnv " Miss Maude, comp J P Harrison & Co, bds 102 Forrest ave 

"^^ Carrington Elizabeth (wid Osburn), rms 117 W Fair 
•*^ Carroll Miss Carrie (Carroll & Gentry), bds 232 Decatur 
^^ " Eugene H, ship elk J Thompson, bds 144 Ivy 

" George, c, furniture wagon, r 6 Diamond 

*' George P, grocer, r 309 E Hunter 
^jT^ " Jack P, bkkpr T C Mayson, r 154 Nelson 

*L " Michael J, mach R & D R R, bds 50 Waddell 

•<-> *' Nathan, c, lab, r loi Thompson 

K^ " Patrick, cond Ga R R 
J^ " Mrs Stella, elk J M High & Co ^^ 

" W Robert, elk Morris, Ewing & Co, bds 12 Hilliard *~* 

" & Gentry (Miss Carrie Carroll, Miss Lela Gentry), grocers ^■" 

232 Decatur |^^ 

XJ^ Carson Andrew, c, lab, r rear 30 Mechanic ^^ 

" Benjamin B, meat mkt cor Elliott and Foundry, r 284 W ^^ 
Peters " 

" Charles L, painter, bds 70 Davis 

" Foster, c, carp, r 226 Central R R 



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• Carson Henry, c, waiter T R Pause C/9 

*' James B, eng Moore, Marsh & Co, r 13 Logan 

•* Kinney, c, brakeman, rms 85 Houston 
^^ " Marcus J, carp, r 265 Luckie 

Try Carswell Alex, c, brakeman E T V & R R C-i 

-"- Carter A P, trav Adair Bros & Co, r West End " " 

-^^ " B F, Ry mail elk, bds 27 Garnett N)tj 

]M " Columbus M, cabinet maker 2 W Simpson, r 43 Earl 00* 

1-S " Ed, c, servant J M High, r rear 404 Peachtree ^. . 

■^ " Edgar V, (Rosser & Carter), r Park, West End ^[^ 

"^L " Edward, c, barber Robert Finley W^ 

-■^ " Rev Edward R, c, pastor Friendship Bap ch, r 175 Tatnall MW 

" Eli, c, lab S F Knapp, r rear 55 Luckie ^^H 

" Eli, c, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath W^ 

^- *' E A, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, r 26 Hilliard flj"* 

^^ " Frank, printer Journal, r Clarkeston t^»« 

X> " Frank, real estate agt, bds 365 Wheat HH 

J " Frank C, c, eating house 102 Decatur, r same t^" 

/jrS " Frank W, secty Sou Belting Co, r Boston, Mass 

^^ " George W, supt Atlanta Piano Mfg Co, r 240 W Peachtree CO** 

^^ " Handy, c, drayman Kenney & McDonald, r 277 Rawson J^,, 

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Carter Henry, c, -carp, r 275 Rawsoo ^^« 

" Henry, c, porter A F Pickert, bds Chapel ^^B 

" Isaac, c, porter P P Car Co, r 212 Elliott Bi^^ 

" Isaiah, c, packer Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, r 26 Martin _r_J\. 

" James, gasfitter Paul & Gullatt Mfg Co, r 68 Rock C^5 

" James D, bkkpr Kenny & Satzky, r 247 W Peachtree ^^_ 

♦' James M, engr G R R, bds 8 Terry fcP 

" James T (Carter & Evans), r 130 Courtland ave ^ 

" Jeff, wks Trowbridge Furn Co g^p_ 
" John, wks Trowbridge Furn Co ^^ 

" John, r, helper Winship Mach Co, r 176 Markham Cl^^ 

" John W, wks Abe Foote & Bro, r 196 Luckie ^^m 

" Joseph J, wks Fulton Co St Ry, bds 6 Daniel ^^B 

Carter Josiah A, managing editor Atl Journal, r Inman Park ^^J| 

" JosialT C, (Smith & Carter), r 365 Wheat "~" 

" Lewis, c, lab, r 5 Henry C^^ 
" Lock, c, wks Beaver's wood yard, r 155 Edgewood ave 
" Luke T, wks Sou Furn Co, bds 221 l)ecatur 
" Myra, (wid Jesse), bds 13 N Butler 
" Oliver, c, carp, r 302 Eraser 

" Peter, r, porter L L McCleskey, r rear 308 Peachtree » -^' 

" Richard, c, lab, r rear 116 Smith 9 ^ 

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OF NEW YORK. ( Xo. lo Pecatar street, y, fj* 

Carter Richard H, c, Ry Mail agt, r 239 Wheat ^'^ 

." Robert, watchman Sou Agrl Wks a ^ 

" Robert, r, carp, r rear no Ellis M"^^ 

Carter Thomas H, commr Sou Ry and S S Assn, Chamber of Pi S^ 

Commerce bldg, bds 268 Peachtree >3 

Virgil, student, bds 108 Mangum ll'S 

Walter B, (Linch & Carter), r West End [J nrt 

Wm, c, lab, r 1 1 Fain 2 ^. 

Wm, c, plasterer, r 61 Hiiliard "T^ 

Wm, c, wks Met St R R Co m 

Wm H, foreman job rms J P Harrison & Co, r Clarkston, Ga *"^^ 

Wm M, printer Constitution, r 209 Luckie 4 

W Colquitt, dep elk U S Court Custom House, rms 5 7 Wheat Jj-S 

Young, c, wks Lipes & Co, r 18 Johnson u^ ^ 

Carter & Evans, (James T Carter & Wm T Evans), real estate 

28 Peachtree 
Carther Dock, lab, r rear 189 Chapel 

" Dow, wks T Smallwood, r 2 Stewart's row 
CaPtwright, see also Curtright. 

" Arthur H, auction house 60 Decatur, bds 68 Fraser 
" Wesley, c, lab, r 252 W Fair 



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Carulhers Robt, lab, bds 332^ W Peters 

Carver Janie J (wid John) bds 281 Peachtree 

Carvin James, ^, wks James Alexander, r 149 Houston 

" Wm M, porter P P Car Co, bds 18 Warren Place 
Carvis Edward, r, lab, bds 43 Little 

" Green, c, wks E T V & R R, r 43 Little 
Carwell John J, painter, bds 35 W Simpson 
Gary, see also Carey 

" Alice D, teacher Morris Brown College, bds 161 Edgewood 

" Dennis, c, bootblack M H Bentley, bds 7 Beerman 

" Ellen, c, lunch stand 95 S Pryor, r same 

" Eugene, c, lab, r 7 Beerman 

" Eugene, c, barber M H Bentley, rms 20 S Broad 

" Jeff, c, drayman Beatie & Lampkin, r 180 E Cain 

" Jefferson A, c, painter, r 81 Humphries 

" Richard, r, bds 30 Edgewood ave 

" Wilson, r, r 95 S Pryor 
Case George W, mach, bds n e cor Walton and Harris 

" Mrs Lucy E, matron south hall, Atlanta University 

" Jackson P, brakeman G P R R, r Bush sw cor Gray 

" James M, wks Atl Bridge Wks, bds 20 Gresham 

" John H, carp, r 55 Henry 



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Case Joseph, wks Expo Cotton Mills, r North Atlanta 

" Michael C, trav, bds 16 E Peters 

" Rozia, student, bds 72 Marietta 

" Wm, r, lab, r rear 141 Calhoun 

" Wm, r, shoemkr, 180 Decatur, r 328 E Hunter 
Cash Augustus M, eng Atl Glass Wks, r Pope So Atl 

" C V, flagman E T V & G R R, r 2 Ella 
Cashman Peter C, mangr Piedmont Broom Fact, r 210 Luckie 
Cason Bosan, c, coachman J P Huntley 

" Dock, r 52 Bell 

" Edward M, police detective, r 298 E Fair 

" Horace L, trav A K Hawkes, bds Kimball House 

" John W, r 298 E Fair 

" J Newton, bkkpr Pittman & Co, bds 44 Church 

" R Mooney, asst yard mast W & A R R, r 270 E Hunter 
Cassell Publishing Co, D E Luther mngr, pubhshers 68^ 
Whitehall 

" Wm W, propr Ponce DeLeon Springs, r Ponce DeLeon 
grounds 
Cassels Luther M, trav Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Kirkwood 

•' Raleigh C, elk J R Mell, r Kirkwood 

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Cassidy Chas E, helper R & D R R, bds 38 Howell 
^H " George E, siipt Technol School, bds i Baltimore Place 

^T'' Cassin Alpheus P, city salesman M E Goldsmith, bds 231 Ivy 
MH " Cornelius P, Sr, r 231 Ivy 

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O" Cassirer Theodore, barkpr Hotel Weinmeister, bds 74 W Harris E Ht4 

W Castello Charles, elk J M High & Co, bds 23 Brotherton © " 

(5 " Mrs (wid ), bds 23 Brotherton > t^ 

rKCj Castle Frederick, mach, bds 174 Whitehall ^ P^ 

7^« Castleberry Columbus, carp M I.ipes, r 23 McAfee W ^0 

3* " John O, trav J Silvey & Co, bds 137 Crew gM 

' Martha (wid Merrill T), r Lee, West End PI ^ 

' Oscar, c, wks Foote's Trunk Fact, bds 354 N Hilliard HI OQ 
, „ ' Zach, (Sou Terra Cotta Works), bds Grant House 
2<j Castleman Humphreys, (Tel 222) stocks and bonds and fire 
^^ M ins agent, represents Royal Ins Co of England, London 
^H W & Lancashire of England, 13 E Alabama,r 436 Peachtree 
QQ <} (tel 658) (see back bone) 
'^ J Castler Irvin S, elk E L Morris & Co, r Coloden, Ga 

PI " J H, elk, bds Marshall House ■ 
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^M FIXTURES. ) 6- 12 COURTLAND AVE. (-MIRRORS.- 2. 

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J Caswell Robert, c, wks Atl Gas Light Co, r 97 Foundry 4. CD 

y. ^ " Wm, c, wks Atl Gas Light Co, r Louisa al * i* 

r^ J Catching Benjamin H, dentist 32^^ Whitehall, r 303 Capitol ^ m 

1-^0 " Walter, collector Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 29 N Forsyth Q^^ 
H^ k| Gate George W, bkkpr the Mutual Prtg Co, bds Whitehall Hotel CD 

^^ " Cater see also Cato ^ 2 

" Charles C, c, grocer 189 Wheat, r 212 E Cain ^ -• 

" Mrs R R, tailoress H B Elston, r 107 Marietta q,CQ 
" Thomas, elk Peacock & Legge ^ 

^ qI Cates see also Kates ^ p 

PjW .< Ne^t^ ^^ lab city ^g 

t^ U " Rufus B, wks Gholstin, Haas & Guthman, r 105 Stonewall ct- 

" Stephen M, carp, r Oliver, Edgewood 2 ^ 
" Wm P, blacksmith J L Austin, r Bowden near Peachtree ^ 

^n Catlett Forest M, floor mngr Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds Wp 

-^ 249 Washington CdVJ 

Cadey Miss Lizzie, dressmkr Mrs C A Robinson, bds 278 Jones P 0» 

" Richard, driver F E Block, r Linden ave nr Calhoun q" 

Cato, see also Cater i^ •?* 

" Andrew, r, lab, r 92 Larkin P 






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Cato Augustus, c, Jab, rms 21 McDaniel 

" Eugene, c, lab, bds 8 Lowe's alley 

" J R, elk Sou Express Co, bds 65 W Mitchell 

" Robert, ^, lab, bds 8 Lowe's alley 

" Wm, c, porter P P Car Co, r 236 Hilliard 
Caton Mary (wid Patrick), bds 44 W Peters 
Cattleberry Mack, r 18 Chestnut 
Cauble John T, tinner, bds 95 Calhoun 
Cave Henry S, secty The H I Kimball House Co, bds Kimball 

House. (Tel 156) 
Cavil Arch, r, wks P & G T Dodd & Co, r 192 Hilliard 
Cawhorn John, carp, r near cor Moore and Ponder 

" Wm, carp, r Ponder 5 n 4th 
Cawley John, pressman J P Harrison & Co 
Cawthon Albert C, wks Winship Mach Co, bds 81 W Simpson 

" John F (Cawthon & Bell), r 82 W Simpson 

" John H, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 81 W Simpson 

" Wm A, elk D O Martin, r 81 W Simpson 

" & Bell (John F Cawthon, Harrison T Bell), grocers, 282- 
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" John E, elk Maddox, Rucker & Co, r North ave, cor Spring 
Celim Joseph, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co 
Cennell Robert L, painter, r 30 Tumblin 
Center, see also Senter 

" George, fireman Met St R R Co, bds 585 S Pryor 
Central Bank Block Association, Chas Z Blaloek, pres ; Hy F 

Scott, sec; Edward S Pratt, treas ; 90 Peachtree 
Central City Fire Ins Co, of Selma, Ala, J N Moody, agt, 
20 Gate City Bank Building 

" Hotel, Mrs L M Weems, prop, 50)^ Decatur 

" Publishing House, Wilhelm & Preston, mgrs, ddy^ Whitehall 
Central Railroad of Georgia, L W Collier genl agt, 1 1 Kim- 
ball House, S Pryor 
Cerf Edgar A, elk Alex Kreisle, bds 42 Windsor 

" Harry F, trav Wellhouse & Sons, r 42 Windsor 

" Soloman B, salesman A Rosenfield & Son, bds 42 Windsor 

" Sophie, (wid David) r 42 Windsor 
Cessil Stuart, c, wks C R R, r 7 S Terry 
Cessna Julia, (wid Wm) r 50 Expo Grounds 

" Wm, wks Fulton B & C Mill, r 3 Factory lot 
Chadwick A J, printer Atl Newspaper Union, bds Windsor hotel 

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.Chadwick R A, elk E T V & G R R frt depot 
Chafer George K, bkpr J F Redd, bds 42 E Mitchell 
Chaffin James L, grocer, r 985 Marietta 

" John, vvks Van Winkle Gin and Mach Co 
" Macus A, carp r 668 Marietta 
" Mont, wks Van Winkle Gin and Mach Co 
Cliairs Richard, c, barber J Minor, bds 221 Fort 
Chaley Robt D, wks Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 182 E Hunter 
Challie Minerva (vvid Wm), r N Atlanta 
Challee Tilman, tinner, bdH N Atlanta 

Chamber of Commerce (tel 796), Rufus B Bullock, pres ; 
Paul Romare, treas ; H G Saunders, sec ; cor Pryor and 
Hunter 
Chamberlain Calvin, c, porter Milner Bros & Co, r 20 Hulsey 
" Charles M, foreman Ga Electric Light Co, r 41 E Simpson 
" Samuel, grocer, ne cor Walton and Harris, r same 
" Thomas, lab, r 124 Walker 
Chamberlin Edwin P, (Chamberlin, Johnson & Co), r r46 
Whitehall 
" Edward P, Jr, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 146 
Whitehall 
'Chamberlin E Kirby, vice prest Ruttan Mfg Co South 
" Frank A, mach Brosius M S M Co, r 87 Pulliam 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 

Rans Snccessfally Under Back Water. 24 S. Broad Street. 

,Chamberlin, Johnson & Co (E P ChamberHn, H S Johnson, 
E R DuBose, A J Walker, J A Robinson), dry goods, 
carpets, shoes and furniture, 66-68 Whitehall, 1-15 
E Hunter (See bottom lines) 
Chambers Albert, c, gardener, r rear 41 E Cain 
Alonzo E, elk D H Dougherty & Co 
Ed, molder J W Rice 

Edgar, helper Paul & Gullatt Mfg Co, bds 16 Tumlin 
Jackson P, carp Sou Agrl Wks, r 11 Plum 
James, with Thomson-Houston Elec Co, bds 55 Walton 
James E, printer Fulton B «S: C Mills, r 130 Ira 
James H, live stock 31 Ivy, r 81 Rock 
James R, carp, r Curran nr Emmett 
John T, engr r 315 Form wait 
John V, wks G P R R, r Curran nr Emmett 
Lewis, brakeman E T V & G R R 
Wm, coach mkr W K Booth 
Wm, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 16 Tumlin 
Wm M, engr ETV&GRR, r3i5 Formwalt 
W Thomas, blksmith Sou Agrl Wks, r 16 Tumlin 

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Chamblee John D, with C J Vaughan & Co, r 87 Grant ■ 

" Tillman, tinner J F Steinhauer 

" Wylie, c, porter P P Car Co, r 159 Chamberlin K^% 

Chambliss Edgar, elk, bds 57 Marietta ^mw 

" Soloman, c, lab, rms 81 Greens Ferry ave * 
Champt Emma E, (wid Thompson), r 73 E Harris 

Chandler see also Candler 

" Arthur, r, blacksmith, r 5 Tanner's al 

" Augustus, I, lab, r 26 Greens Ferry 

" David P, cond R & D R R, r 253 Decatur 

" Early, r, wks Mark Berry, r Newton cor Marion al 

" Gray, bds 45 E Mitchell 

" Jacob, c, drayman, r 390 N Hilliard 

" John E, policeman, r 213 W Fair 

" John M, lab, r 154 Martin 

" Nancy (wid Joseph A), bds 29 Calhoun 

" Rafford, c, lab, r 97 E Harris 

" Selina A (wid Thomas), bds 180 Capitol ave 
Chaney, see also Cheney 

" Charles, bds 250)4 Marietta 

" Wm O, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 34 Jones 



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Chapel Alexander, r, lab, r 74 Terry 

" Charles, c, lab, bds 13 Calhoun 

" Henry, r, carriagemaker, r 297 N Fort 

" Wm, wks Southern Furniture Co 
Chapman Alice, c, confectioner 266 Marietta, r same 

" Alonzo, c, porter J J Duffy, r Old Wheat 

" Ambrose J, bkkpr P & G T Dodd & Co, bds 156 S Pryor 

" Mrs Annie V, coal and wood 27 W Foundry, r 46 Hulsey 

" Brad, r, driver Jones & Rosser 

" Charles, r 46 Hulsey 

" Miss Delia, wks Atl Suspender & Mfg Co, bds 3 Dillon 

" Dorcas C, (wid Edward B), boarding 152 S Forsyth 

'■'■ Eucilla, (wid Jos), bds 248 Rawson 

" Howard, student, bds 377 Wheat 

" Jack, c, barber, r 265 W Mitchell 

" James J, elk U S Int Rev office, bds 92 Ivy 

" Jesse, c, driver Jones & Rosser 

" John, wks Plow Factory, bds 186 Foundry 

" Judge, lab Manning Furniture Co 

" Martha, (wid Alberry), housekeeper J C Linch 

" Mathew, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 18 Tumlin 

" Monroe E, elk Cheek & Co, r country 

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*.J " Wm, c, driver Smith & Simpson 

'pfe. ** Wm, c, lab, rms 113 Houston 
jjPQ^ " Wm H H, asst janitor State Capitol, r 55 N Butler 
*«^ M " Wn^ W, farmer, r 156 S Pryor 

I g 8 " , elk W H Brown, bds Mills, cor Marietta 

g,2p Chase Cornelius H, pres Atlanta Rubber Co, r 58 E Ellis 

•^O^ " Mrs Hattie W, preceptress Atlanta University 

'Sh 9 ** Richard B, South-Eastern Agt American Refrigerator 10 Q 

gyrf Transit Co, bds 151 Peachtree ® Jf 

J^ § " Robert S, lease closer New Home S M Co, r 79 W Cain O Qj 

m£ Chase Wm H, mgr Glen Mary Coke and Coal Co, bds Metro- -If j 

politan Hotel "' iG 

'— ' Chastain G Viola, (wid T A) boarding house, 79 S Pryor o ' 

" Jane B, (widow Peter) r 354 Jones h"^ 

'' John H, boiler mkr W & A R R, bds 100 Walton 



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KW " Nelson A, (N A Chastain & Co) r Emmett ne cor McMillan ? fu 
^ " N A & Co, (N A Chastain, Overton C Lewis; coal and 2 
aH wood, 390 Marietta • ^j 

OQ " Thomas A, elk, bds 79 S Pryor - ^ 

rn > Chasteen James E, r s side Lee's ave between Curran & State 
> Chatham Wm, carp, r near cor Calhoun and Blakely 
> Chatman see Chapman 
k3< m Chattahoochee Brick Co, capital $200,000, James W English 
^ 7^ pres, George W Parrott v pres, Richard S Rust, secty, 

^ brick mnfgrs, 55 S Broad, yard tel 12 18 4 calls, (see 

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¥ Chattahoochee Canal Co, Walter R Brown atty, 9 Whitehall 
in K^ Chauncey Wm, marble cutter G Crouch, bds 42 E Mitchell 
< < " Peter, <:, lab, rms 31^ Ivy 
/* ^ Cheatham Dr Albert T, (A L Holbrook & Co) r 50 E Cain 

C^j " D L, sec and treas The Sou Lumber Co, bds 50 E Cain. t- 

" Wm, c, coachman L J Hill, r rear 67 Washington ^ 

Cheek Mrs Margaret E F, boarding 61 W Mitchell \f 

" Samuel H, live stock, r 61 W Mitchell \U 

" Wm J, wks E T V & G R R, r 284 McDaniel 



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■tj- " John P, printer Mut Prntg Co, r 148 Nelson 

.--yv " Robt D Jr, elk Chamberlin & Johnson, r 183 E Hunter 

~^ Cherry Alfred H, c, office boy Drs Browne & Link, bds country 

J^ " Clarence, scale mechanic T M Taylor, bds 62 Johnson ave 

JJ^ " Geo H, carp, r 34 Orme 

" Julia, (wid Drayton), r 7 Cook's al 
-g-j^ " Martha, (wid C J), r 62 Johnson 

:*V " Thomas, helper W & A R R 

^J Cheshire Benjamin C, r w side Curran, bet Highland ave and Expo 
J^ " Charles R, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds west side 

■Jj^ Curran bet Highland ave & Exposition 

" C S, flagman G P R R 
Cheshire Elijah D, real estate agt and local treas Sou Bldg & 
Loan Assn, 49 E Hunter, r iii Garnett 
^jT " LaFayette C (Cheshire, Lynan & Co), r s e cor Emmett and 

J^ Hampton 

-■T^ " Lynan & Co (L C Cheshire, Harry Lynan), real estate, 24 

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" Wallace B, student, bds in Garnett 
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• ^ • ^ Chester Henry, c, driver Micklebery & McClendon, r 85 Jones al 

JEI^ " Wm A, engr A & F R R, bds 50 E Hunter 

j > Chestnut David R, carp, r 105 GuUatt 

«S| '* John, c, lab, r 444 Gregg 

S '' J F, flagman E T, V & G R R 

~ i Chevalier Wm P, book agt, r 27 Edwards S^ M 

jB^ Cheves Daniel S, printer, bds 5 W Mills * >► 

_^^ " Isaac X, sec & treas Parrott Lumber Co, bds 100 Walton COJJ^ 

J3 " John A, fireman G P R R, bds 5 W Mills ^ 

j^ " Mahala, (wid Allison), r 5 W Mills ^UU 

'^* " Thomas, c, shoemaker 59 McDaniel, r same tS 

Chew Miss Eva, (Glenn & Chew), bds Talmadge House ^<> 

>\ Chick Catharine A, (wid John), bds 222 S Pryor "Hw-j 

/w^ Childers Joseph H, dairyman, r s w cor Peachtree and Blakely ^H^ 

.^ Childress Christopher C, carp, r 311 E Hunter !'• 

JLv " H K Wylie, broom maker, r 31 Gartrell ^^P 

j^^ " James T, grocer 327 W Peters, r 8 Beerman P" 

JlJ^f " Wm A, physician, bds 664 Marietta F" 

A«A Childs Hiram B, eng Metropolitan St R R, r 2 Georgia ave 

~r "J Arthur, physician 30^ Marietta, bds 62 Wheat CD 

-^^ Chiles Daniel, c, lab, r rear 60 Wells H 



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Chiles John C, elk John Ryan's Sons, bds 46 Courtland ave 

" LA, driver F M Jack, r 314 E Hunter 
Chisholm Adolphus, r, hackman, r 242 Wheat 

" Albert F, r 64 B Fair 

" Alfred J, bds i68SPryor 

" Charles R, fish market, r 129 Chapel 

" Edwin, c, lab, r Bellwood 

" Henry, c, porter J L Johnson, r 24 Humphries 

" Jack, whitevvasher, r 176 Martin 

" Josiah P, elk U S Int Rev office, r 168 S Pryor 

" Mrs Myra, office lady Wheeler & Wilson, r 64 E Fair 

" Rebecca (wid Wm E), r 1685 S Pryor 
Chivers see also Shivers 

" Andrew J, lab, r near Bellwood ave 

" Robert C, c, lab, r 234 Richardson 

" Wm, r, wks W U Tel Co, bds 281 W Mitchell 
Choate Augustus E, salesman Sou Farm Tool Co, r 102 E Simpson 
Choice Richard L, c, city lab, r 15 Hills ave 
Chosewood Chas L, brickmason, bds 23 Badger 

" Jas P, trav salesman, r 3 Sampson V^ ^ 

Chovin Frank S, yard master Willingham & Co, bds 110 Mangum CO p 
Christenbury Wm S, (Swett & Christenbury), rms 47 E Hunter ^™ 

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Christian Alfred, r, wks T S Lewis pi 

Christian Claude T, (Christian & Sons), bds 229 S Pryor g ^ 

" Edward, r, waiter The Marlborough >v^ ' 
" Emily, (wid W H), r 89 Luckie 
" Henry P, c, janitor Gray St School, r 270 Mangum 

" H C, car coupler C R R ^^ 

Christian Index, Tucker & McMichael props and pubs, 39)^ — 

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Christian James E, (Christian & Sons), r 229 S Pryor C^d 

" John, c, candymkr G E Johnson, r 180 Eraser ^Tl 

" John A, trav Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r Oxford, Ala ^JSES 

" John W, elk Union Ticket Office, rms 201 E Fair mi 

Christian Julian O (Christian & Sons), bds 229 S Pryor mmin 
" J B, r, porter P P Car Co, r 78 Decatur ^ 

" Phillip M, bkkpr Arnold, Carlton & McCord, r 430 S Pryor ^^ ^ 

" Rufus, helper J F Steinhauer, bds 89 Luckie * O 

" Thomas C, coupler GRR, r83GRR Sg 

" Thomas J, driver Atlanta St R R, r 74 Yonge a ^ 

" Walter, elk Union Ticket Office, bds 84 Ivy 5 *~ 

" Wm, elk E W & J J Forsyth, bds 89 Luckie js g^ 

" Wm C D, watchman W & A R R •• § 

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J-Jjg § Christian & Sons (J E, C T & J O Christian), job printers, 
S.5,1 69 I., S Broad 

S^ ^ Christiansen Christian, carp Beutell Mfg Co, bds 26 Boulevard 
o^co Christie George, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 
■»>^ 9 Christopher Benjamin P, blksmith, r Hampton, 5 n Dillon 
• ^ '' Georgia, grocer, r 62 Pearl, Reynoldstown 
.tsfi " Wm J, wks G P R R, r 62 Pearl, Reynoldstown 
^ Christophine Frank, policeman, r 10 Spencer 
UJ " Samuel A V, elk Taylor & Galphin, bds 10 Spencer 

*~;;^ — ' Chunn Pink, c, shoemaker 184 Marietta, r same 
" Wm, c, barber, bds 50 Monroe 
" Wm, c, waiter Hotel Wemmeister 
" Wm A, trav H P Scales Tobacco Co, r Cassville, Ga 

^ 6 " Mrs, (wid ), dress maker, bds 366 Decatur 

^ J Church Charles H, coupler W & A R R, r 354 Mangum 
Q I " Edward, (Martin & Church) 

•^ " Edward J, wks W & A R R, bds 54 Davis 
" Wm, c, wks Atl Gas Light Co 
Churchill Augustus, mach Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 38 Bush 
" Georgia A, (wid James), seamstress^ r 25 Ella 
" Samuel, painter, r 25 Ella 
^ ^ Ciers David, r, lab, bds Violet ave. South Atlanta 



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Kimball House 
City Comptroller, J H Goldsmith, Chamber of Commerce Bidg 
City Directory Office, (Tel 796) H G Saunders Mngr, Cham- 
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City Marshals Office, J T Loyd, (Chamber of Commerce Bltlg 
City Offices, Chamber ot" Commerce Bldg 
Claiborne James H, bkkpr Jones & Rosser, bds 124 S Pryor 
Clair James, wks Glass Fact, bds S Pryor, South Atlanta 
Claridy J Olin, foreman Foote & Davies, r 56 Stonewall 
Clark Adam, c, coachman R D Spalding r rear 484 Peachtree 

" Addie (wid George) r 19 Gresham 

" Allen, c, coachman. W P Inman, r rear 338 Peachtree 

" Anistine, (wid Nathan) r 183 Whitehall 

" Ary, f, wks city, r rear 200 Fort 

" A A, eng W & A R R, r Chattanooga, I'enn 

" Benjamin, c, lab, bds 10 Bell 

" Mrs Carrie, r 149 Larkin 

" Charles, c, drayman, res Clark, near Waterhouse 

" C Holmes, bkkpr So Mut Bldg & L Asso, r 57 Cone 

" Edward W, c, Ry postal elk, bds 178 Butler 

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Clark Mrs Emma, r 17 Washington 

" Eugene, c, waiter Mrs S L Beckwith, r rear 143 Peachtree 

" Frank, c, coachman W R Jester, r rear 241 E Fair 

" George, c, lab, r 283 N Fort 

" George W, c, drayman, r rear 26 Park 

" Henry, elk Collins Brick Co, bds Marietta bey city limits 

" Henry, stone cutter, r Ponce de Leon Springs grounds 

" Henry, r, wks W & A R R, r 102 Magnolia 

" Indiana M, c, teacher Mitchell St school, rms 161 Markham 

" Isaac, c, lab, r rear 14 Monroe 

" Jacob, c, wks G R R, r 3 White's alley 

" James, c, eng Boyd & Baxter, bds 25 Parsons 

" James, c, lab, r 283 N Fort 

" John, c, hackman, r 71 Ga R R 

" John, c, lab, r 41 Parsons 

" John C, pres Clark Lumber Co, r 182 Peachtree 

" John C, Jr, student, bds 463 Peachtree 

" John P, piano tuner, r 50 Merritts ave 

" Lucius W, (Clark & Matthews) and meat market 196 Capitol 
ave, bds 46 Gartrell 

QUO\A/ O A Q r Q I ATLANTA MFG. CO. 

OrlL^^VV OAOtlOl 6-12 Courtland Ave. 

Clark Lumber Co, J C Clark pres, C J Haden genl manager 

71^ N Broad 

" Macon, c, porter Slatter & Conner 

'* M, c, cook S P Richards, r 7 Rasberry alley 

" Nelson, c, lab, rms 139 Markham 

" Richard H, Judge Superior Court, bds Markham House 

" Richard N, ins agt, bds 50 Merritts ave 

" R S, trav Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r Greenville Miss 

" Samuel, c, porter Sou Ex Co, r 52 Farmer 

" Sarah (wid James), r Marietta, Bell wood 

" Stephen, lab city 

" Thomas, c, coachman, r 76 Houston 

" Thomas, c, farmer, bds 283 N Fort 

" Thomas A, c, contractor, r 124 Butler 

" Thomas J, r Oliver, Edgewood 

" Tobe, c, lab, bds 11 Calhoun 
Clark University, Rev W H Hickman, pres ; s end Capitol ave 

" Wm, c, coachman J A Miller 

" Wm F, music teacher, r 20 Highland ave 

" Wm H (Clark & Shockley), r 15 Merritt's ave 

" Wm W, lawyer, 44 )4 Peachtree, bds 22 Houston 

" Zach, c, porter J R Hilley, bds 44 Randolph 

" & Matthews (L W Clark, T J Matthews), grocers, 1 14 Wheat 



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g^S Clark & Shockley, (W H Clark, W J Shockley), real estate agts, ^5^ 
Oe-< 51 S Broad Jjsj 

g ^ Clarke Rev Almon T, edr Sou Congregationalist, r83 McDaniel JJjJ^ 

EI!m '' Ao^^oda S, (wid Samuel E), r 23 Richardson ^^1 

,^9 << Miss Annie L, teacher Fair St School, bds 23 Richardson ~ 

'^S " Arthur B, bkkpr A M Bergstrom, r 198 Crew 

SS " Brooks, elk Atl Newspaper Union, bds 29 Richardson 

Mc^ " Miss Cora B, teacher Walker St School, bds 23 Richardson 

g gg Clarke Edward S, secy Atl Cotton Mills, r Rochester, N Y 

ggg " Edward Y, publisher Atl Presbyterian, and State, Town and 
-« g Co nty, 41 VV Mitchell, r same 

. — , — ' " Elijah, c, wks F A Pittman, r 118 W Harris 

, 1 " Ernest F, buyer P & G T Dodd & Co, r 198 Crew 

03 " George, c, driver J F Simons & Co, r 14 Parks 

03 " George A, (George A Clarke & Co), 53^ E Alabama, bds 
^J2 29 Richardson 

^^^ " George A & Co, (George A Clarke), fire ins, 53 E Alabama 

" Jackson, r, drayman, r 6 E Baker 

CSS " John, lab, r e side Orme bet North ave and Dairy 

CD " John E, elk King Hdwre Co, bds 1000 Marietta 

" John S, salesman T M Clarke & Co, r 504 Peachtree 

" John T, £, carp, r 41 Little 

AGENTS ROSIN DROSS KINDLING I ''"^".^StJiSAGf^v^E^p''''' 

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Clarke Joseph A, (Ackerman & Co), r 275 E Pine 
" Joseph A Jr, grocer 198 Marietta, r same 
" Julia, (wid Henry,) r Marietta bey city limits 
" Lee, c, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, r rear 25 Dora 
" Lemuel, c, drayman, r 50 Tanner 

Clarke Marshall J, Judge Atl Circuit, r 284 Washington 
" Morris, trav Wellhouse & Sons, r 292 Whitehall 
" Peter F, teller Cap City Bank, cash Germania B & L Assn, 

r 268 Boulevard 
" Richard E, supt Venable Bros, r 66 Ga R R 
" Robt, c, waiter Kimball House, r 96 Chamberlin 
" Robt C, (T M Clarke & Co), r 463 Peaohtree 
" Robert C, Jr, student, bds 485 Peachtree 
" Robert M, capitalist, r 29 Richardson 
" Samuel E, trav Morrison & Co, bds 23 Richardson 
" Solomon, city salesman Wellhouse & Sons, bds 292 Whitehall 

Clarke Thomas M (Thomas M Clarke & Co), r 485 Peachtree 

Clarke Thomas M & Co (Thomas M and Robert C Clarke, 
John A Fitten and Andrew P Thompson), wholesale and 
retail hardware 27 Peachtree 
" Wm, c, brickmason, r 59 Horton 

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Clarkson Frank E, supt Ga Phonograph Co. r Boulevard bet 

Morris and Rice 
Clary, see also Cleary 

Claspy James H, mach Sou Agrl Wks, r 183 Calhoun 
Clay Alma, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 

Miss Amelia, sten Wellhouse & Sons, bds 57 Marietta 

Bud, c, wks R & D R R, bds rear i N IJutfer 

Caroline (wid John), r Willow 

Clem C, eng, r 5 Boulevard 

George, c, bds 48 Edgewood ave 

James, wks Wm M Persons, bds same 

James H, tinner R & D R R 

John, r, lab, rms rear r>i8 W Peters 

Johnson, wks Phoenix Planing mill, r 335 Decatur 

Joseph E H, jeweler, 135 Decatur, bds 12 Hilliard 

Lee,^r, lab, r 48 Hills ave 

Master D, eng Union depot 

Samuel, wks Fuller & Akers, r Edgewood 

Susie M, (wid Jesse) r 5 S Boulevard 

Wm, fireman Ga R R, r s side W\lie, Edgewood 

Wm, c, lab, r 2 Kennesaw al 

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Clay Wm, <r, porter, r 48 Edgewood av 

" Wm A, barkpr E Barnes, r 126 Wheat 

'' W D, wks L H Hall & Co 

" Wm J, wks R & D R R, r Flat Shoal Road 
Clayton Alex, c, lab, r Blackmon bet Forest and Angier ave 

" Ara, c, bds 47 Chamberlin 

" Augustin S, reporter Atl Journal, bds 91 Marietta 

" Caroline M, (wid Wm W), r 91 Marietta 

" Crick, ^, truckman W & A R R 

" David, c, lab, r 57 Fort 

" Eugene, c, waiter, bds Blackmon bet Forest and Angier ave 

" Fuller, c, waiter J M Fain 

" James H, elk E T V & G R R, r 95 Ellis 

" Miss Jennie H, boarding 15 Wheat 

" John W, r 15 Wheat 

" J W, cond A & E St R R, bds 7 Randoph 

" Moses, c, drayman P & G T Dodd & Co, r 293 Wheat 

" Richard, c, wks R & D R R 

" Robert, c, waiter, bds Blackmon, bet Forest and Angier ave 
Clayton Robert M, city engineer, Chamber of Commerce bldg, 
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Syringes, Combs, Toys, Bands, Znatn, Sto. V. ATLANTA, - - QEOBQIA. 

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7 +j Clayton Serving Machine Motor Co, Chas A Loring secy " 

H g and treas, 235-37-39 Mcirietta ^^ 

▼■CQ " Thomas, c, lab, r 47 Chamberlin ^Mw 

f^ 0) " Thomas A, trav agt Central R R, r 68 Irwhi g 

^5 " Wm, wks Winship Mach Co 

S-a Clayton Wm H, supt Sou Express Co, r 91 Marietta 
2^ Clear Thomas C, c, brkmason, r 10 Rasberry al 
D -£ Cleary George W, blksmith W & A R R, r 24 Foundry 
^ ed Cleaves Mary W (wid Turner), r 30 Moore 
H ctf " Miss Mittie, dressmaker Mrs C H Robinson, r 30 Moore 
Cleland E S, fireman VV & A R R 

" George W, eng W & A R R, r 317 Courtland 
Clemens Angeline, lace cleaner, rms 45 Green's Ferry 
H Clemens Mary (wid James), r 43 Green's Ferry 
> — .^ — ' Clement Frank L, flagman R & D R R, bds 21 Calhoun 
^^^ Clements Alfred, tailor, r 126 S Forsyth 
"> " Robert, c, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 

Jjjjjj Clemmons George, c, coachman Hoke Smith 
^■■^ " James A, elk Pritchett &: Henry, r 302 Capitol ave 
OC " Simon, c, bds Old Wheat 
3CI " Annie, r Old Wheat, nr Jackson 
^MiM " John C, plumber J F Steinhauer, r 439 E Fair 
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Cleveland Annie (wid John), dressmkr, r n e cor Houston & Butler 
" D E, trav Freyer & Bradley, r Toccoa, Ga 
" James, c, lab, r 147 Blackmon 
" Jennie (wid Wm), bds 95 Jones 
J^ , Cleveland Thomas P, pastor 4th Pres Ch, r 38 Chamberlin 

" Walter T, c, elk Irvin Swanson, r 339 N Calhoun 
tl Clifford Miss Hattie E, teacher Atlanta University 
O "Ji " Wm N, principal Normal Department Clarke University 

^ Clifton Chemical and Phosphate Co, L DeGive pres, C C McGhee ^ § 
^ >. vice-pres, J A Alexander treas, L E O'Keefe sec and o ^ 

^ — general manager 6 W Wall » 

■^.5 " John R, carp, r 2 Sampson (K ^ 

'F m " Susan, (wid Richard), r 2 Sampson 3 ^ 

^ Q. " W™ ^'' carp, r 2 Sampson a 5"' 

"^ CO Oliiie see Kline 5 Cq 

W) Clinkscale Claud, printer Empire Printing Co, bds Myrtle House ^j ^^ 
.S^ Clinton John, meat market, r 104 ^4 Peachtree — ^ 

^ " Ottis A, carp, bds 35 W Simpson 2. 5 

^ Clonts Thomas A, salesman Tidwell & Pope, r 66 Georgia ave o ^ 

^ Close Cyrus, (C Close & Co), r Georgia ave cor Formwalt ?" - 



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I U U k i CHAMBERLIN. JOHNSON & CO. I I U 11 II 

loDD 1 'Tar/rory Gootis, Camets, Fnrnitnre & Sioes i lOuU 



JMLltclxell & I^&^t^l^&t^ 

LUMBER DEALERS, 313 MARIETTA STREET. 



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Cloffe C & Co, (C Close, E N Close), grocers 56 S Pryor 
" Edward N, (C Close & Co), r Georgia ave cor Form wait 
" Miss Mary, housekeeper Julus Dreyfus 
" W H, dist elk P O, bds 61 Marietta 
Clotfelter Robt L, elk A M Hollingsworth, bds 392 Wheat 
Cloud Andrew J Jr, wks Atl Newspaper Union, bds 316 Rawson 
" Henry, c, lab, r 149 Butler 

" Howell C, elk E & A C Beall, bds 143 Peachtree 
" John, c, brickmason, r 25 Vine 
" Robert, c, brickmason, r 6 Gregg 
" Sandy, r, grading contractor, r rear 106 E Cain 
" Wm B, r 182 Alexander 
Clowe Willard H, foremn Fire Co No 2, r 74 Martin 
Clower Charles A, foremn tinner J F Steinhauer, r 80 Howell 
" Edgar D, (Perkins & Clower), bds 106 McDaniel 
" John B, barkpr C J Johnson, r 200 Fort 
" Martha W, (wid Daniel M), boarding loi Decatur 
" Mary A, (wid Thomas L) r 93 E Harris 
" Thomas J, tinner J F Steinhauer, bds 93 E Harris 
" Thomas W, trav O'Connor Ellis & Co, r 26 Capitol ave 
" Wm, driver, Troy Steam Laundry, r 71 Jackson 
" Wm W, Cemetary policeman, r 426 Houston 
" Warren Marshall, elk John Ryans Sons, bds 26 Capitol ave 



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Coachman Kiel, <:, candy maker, H L Schlesinger 

Coakley Alexandria J, r Schofield between Hilliard and Fort 

Cobb Albert, c, lab, r 10 Bell 

Antony, c, truckman G R R 

Henry H, ins agt, r 213 Capitol ave 

Jack, c, porter Sou Ex Co, r 137 E Hunter 

James T, yard hand, Winship Mach Co, r 51 Foundry 

John, compositor Sunny South, bds 208 Houston 

John F, plumber, bds 51 Foundry 

John M, r, restaurant 194 Wheat, r same 

Leander T, lab Winship Mach Co, bds 51 Foundry 

Peter, rockmason, bds Maple w side, 2 n Magnolia 

Robert M, baggage master, bds 230 E Hunter 

Thomas, r, wks Fulton Co St R R 

Thos H, bkkpr Mickelberry & McClendon, bds 30 Calhoun 

Washington, c, cook J M Cobb, bds 194 Wheat 

Wm, c, lab, r 295 Rawson 

Cobbins Jerry, c, truckman A & W P R R 

Coble F H, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Cobler Frank A, foreman ET V & G shops, r 395 Whitehall 



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COMPLETE AaSORTMEHT AT BOTTOM PBICES. 

■nxox-zx-tozx'ai, • • ■ . SO '^J^laA.t^lxmXl St. 



inninCIIT mOIIDlUnrr prompt and liberal settlements. 

AbUUtMl moUHANbt tORBETT k McCAHDLESS, state Agents, 

lail*fmXMII%lllU»ie*C«rporfttios. i. 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

S COB 519 COG * ^^ 

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^^ Coburn Edward, c, wks Wm Walpert, r 69 Rhodes ' 



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Cochran Andrew, c, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co 

" C F, tel editor Journal, bds 42 Walker ^ 

" Charles J, bds 308 W Peachtree ^gd 

" Clifford P, elk Fulton Co St R R, bds 308 W Peachtree ^^ 

•^^ •' David, ^, wks R & D R R • 

" Demetrius, ganger and storekpr U S Int Rev, r 42 Walker 
Q " Dudly, c, wks Gate City Gas Co, r 16 Bell 

■p-y " Elisha A, policeman, r 308 W Peachtree 

H, wks Trobridge Furniture Co 
John R P, bkkpr J D O'Rear & Co, r 152 Nelson 
Joseph, printer Journal 
Lewis, elk J M Friend, bds 10 Jenkins 
Mary (wid Marion), r 433 E Fair 
" Sallie F (wid Charles P), r 123 Marietta 
-p^ " Samuel, wks Atlanta City Brewing Co 

-jr< " Wm A, carp, r 169 Jackson 

•Y^ " Wm B, messenger Sou Ex Co, r 24 N Moore 

Cocke W J, trav Bates, Kingsbery & Co 
Cocolo Can V, mach Winship Mach Co 



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For OLD RELIABLE MILBORN WAGONS 

Call at Atwater Carriage Co., 39 to 47 W. Alabama St. 



^v Cody Henry, c, carp, r 164 E Cain 

rp " Henry, c, wks S S S Co 

m " Markham L, (wid John), r 68 McDaniel 

•« " Morgan, c, wks Boyd & Baxter 

•w " Solomon, r, butler T J Simmons 

c{ " Wm B, driver fire eng No i 

Q Coe Robert, c, waiter Markham House 

-pi Cofer Irvin A, physician 160 Decatur, r 74 Hill 

at " Rev Merritt J, presidg elder Blue Ridge Dist, r 170 W Hunter 

Coffee John, lab, r 62 Johnson 

" Wm C, mess Sou Ex Co, bds 15 Wheat 

A^ Coffey Miss Annie V, with Miss S Holroyd, r 48 E Hunter 

^^^ " John, wks Tech School shops 

2^ " Maria, (wid John), r 48 E Hunter 

Coffin Walter G, printer Constitution, rms 150 S Pryor 
Cofield Anderson, c, carp, r Garibaldi bet Arthur and Fletcher 

"F^ Coggin Harry L, bricklayer, bds Ponder e side 5 n 4th 

T=1 " Harry W, brickmason, r Ponder, e side, 5 n 4th 

T^ " James L wks Ga Stove and Range Co, r e side Mean bet 

T"^ Murphy and Bellwood ave 

3; " Wm, brickmason, r near cor Calhoun and Blakely 

;^ " Willie T, mach H P Ashley, r cor Ponders ave 

^ and Moore 

H. G. KUHRT, No. 1 WHITEHALL ST. 

A Specialty Xade of Fine Imported Clears. 



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Coghlin J D, bds Kimball house 
Cohen see also Cone and Coyne 

" Abram, bds 1261-2 Decatur 

" Alec J, bds 289 W Peachtree 

" AS, grader Tread well, Abbott & Co, r 149 Ivy 

" Charles, Pres Atl Excel Co, bds 518 Pryor 

" Charles, tailor, r 16 N Butler 

" Edward B, grocer, 129 W Peters, r same 

" Miss Etta, registrar vital statistics, bds 161 Ivy ^^^ 

" E B, clerk John Ryans Sons ^^3 

" Frank J, mgr Sou Printers Supply Co, r 331 Courtland ^b^ 

" Jacob, c, coachman Dr F H Orme, r 183 Wheat ^"^ 

" James, r, lab, bds 22 Vine i^^W 

" Levi, 59 E Alabama, r 222 S Forsyth ^^j 

" Marion L, bds 161 Ivy ^^1 

" Miss Minnie, boarding 161 Ivy C^^' 

•* Moses S, bds 161 Ivy 

" Nathan E, lab, r 17614 Marietta ' '"^ 

" Samuel, tailor, r 100 Gilmer 5 ^ 

" Wash, f, fireman Atl Ice Co, bds 128 Elliott ^ *^ 

Cohn Jacob, solicitor J H H Williams, r 142 S Pryor ^ H^ 

" Wolf, (Schim & Cohn), r 112 Gilmer " CD 

THE MHTUAl LIFE INSDEANCE CO. j ^- ^^yjIZt^""" S I 

OF NEW YORK. (. No. 10 Decatur Street. j^** 

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Coker Charles D, with Dr J N Cook, bds Houston bet Jackson " (^ 
and Boulevard 



Elizabeth, (wid Franklin), bds J A South 



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Coker Frank M, pres Bank of the State of Georgia, r 66 Wash- J *^ 

ington (Tel 992) 
Coker Frank M Jr, Cashier Bank of the State of Georgia, 2 e*- 

bds 66 Washington 
Colbert Andrew G, car greaser C R R, r rear 115 Magnolia 

'' Benjamin, r, porter Potts i\: Potts, r Wheat nr Butler 

" Jake, c; lab, bds 161 Martin 

" J hn, c, lab, r 14 Logan 

" MoUie T, (wid Wm H), r 93 Stonewall 
Colburn Miss C F, teacher Storrs school, r 104 Houston 
Colclough Burnett C, salesman Tappan & Co, bds 25 N Forsyth 
Coldw^ell see Caldwell 
Cole Charles, c, wk.s Brady & Miller 

" Charlie M, eng W & A R R, bds 32 Orme 

" Clarke P, wks Atl Trust and Banking Co, r Ga ave s e cor 
Washington 

" Edmund I, grading contractor, r 32 Orme 

" Frederick G, hard wood finisher, bds 32 Orme 

GEO. CROUCH I Monuments, Headstones 
77 LOYD STREET. I and Statuapy. 




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Cole Fred W, asst mngr Atl Home Ins Co, bds Inman Park 

" George H, supt const Sou Bell Tel & Tel Co, r West End 

" Henry, c, butcher, r rear 423 S Pryor 

" Mary (wid Wm), r 306 Manguni 

" Matt F (Lumpkin, Cole & Callaway), r Nevvnan, Ga 

" Narcisse J (wid James M), bds 170 Crew 

" Nelson, c, carp, r rear 423 S Pryor 

" Robert, c, porter State House, r 275 N Calhoun 

" Spencer H (Cole, Gentry & Co), bds 37 Walton 

" Thomas, cond G P R R, bds 137 Luckie 

" Thomas P, painter, bds 306 Mangum 

" Wm, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 306 Mangum 

" Wm C, cond E T V & G R R, r 84 Nelson 

" Wm J, sup So Bell Tell & Tel & Tel Co, r 231 Washington 
Coleman Albert, c, switchman W & A R R, r Bellwood 

" Alex, c, lab city 

" Barney, bds 19 E Mitchell 

" Felix, ^, wks E E Goodlet 

" Frank B, ship elk Arnold, Carlton & McCord, r 437 S Pryor 

" George D, car insp G P R R, bds 126 Howell 

" Green, c, lab, r 180 McDaniel 

" Harry, wks city, r Fort, bet Pine and Linden ave 



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Coleman James I, Ry postal clerk, bds 80 Nelson 

" James M, eng R & D R R, r 126 Howell 

" John C, wks Gate. City Cofifin Co 

" John L, salesman, bds 25 Wheat 

" John M, produce 16 N Broad, bds 37 Walton 

" Mary F (wid Wm), r 130 Whitehall 

" Mary G (wid James), r 25 Hilliard 

" Mrs M V, dressmaker 62% Whitehall, bds 19 E Mitchell 

" Nathan, c, lab, bds 13 S Moore 

" Pleasant, r 126 Howell 

" Robert, Jr, mngr Sou Com Co, bds 143 Peachtree 

" S C, ^, lab city 

" Tennie M (wid Alonzo), r 251 Marietta 

" Thomas, r, drayman, r 61 Howell 

" Wm K, showcasemkr Atl Mfg Co, r 38 Howell 
Coles, see also CoWles 

" Eunice, c, teacher Gray St School, r Magnolia n w cor Maple 

" Helen, c, teacher Gray St School, r 15 Hull 

" James R, c, lab E VanWinkle & Co, bds 15 Hull 

" Jordan, c, wks T S Lewis, r 58 Edgewood ave 

* ■ Joseph S, c, carp, bds 202 Magnolia 

iQxeelsiop ^ gteam m [^aundpy, 

SpeclaltlMt BHIRTS, COI^I^ABS ANO CVFFS. 47 ]>eeatar St. 



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) SmJ Bstato Arent, No. 46 B. Hnater Street, 
V Sells, Rents and Ezehsngee Dairy, Fruit and 
J Truck Tarms in all Parts of Qeorgria. 



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o g. Coles Sanford, c, contractor, r 202 Magnolia 

S^ * Colesby Allen, c, lab, r rear 13 Porter 
|§ g /' Jacob, c, lab, r 7 Lowe 

§^ 0) Coley Frank, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, r 55 Glynn g hp4 

• S^ " Luther, elk D Steinheimer, bds Thomas rT 

t%^% " W F, driver Atlanta St R R W W 

g ^ -g Collas James, ^, waiter Markham House _ Vi Ji 

«'« £ CoUey John W, lab, r 23 Doray S W 

"^ " Wm, bds W 3d, 2 n McMillan O J*« 

""77 Collier Albert W, mach W & A R R, r 66 Cooper J p> 

O " Benjamin F, inspector R & D R R, r 11 Ezzard 

' Collier Charles A, vice-pres Capital City Bank, r 240 Rawson _, 

g^w " Charles H, helper R & D R R, r 281 E Hunter » M 

^ « " Claude L, elk W & A R R, bds 66 Cooper " ^^ 

CJ < " Dan, c, city lab 

J5 ^ " Edward B, ship elk Moore, Marsh & Co, r 33 S Moore 
o " Ella J (wid John), wks Lamar Drug Co, r 339 Mangum 
^2 J " Francis H, school tchr, r 274 Fort 

(O ^ " Frank W, c, barber J Minor, bds 116 Ellis 
*;5 g " Geo W, (Collier & Bro), r 202 Houston 

» < " Henry L, civil engr A & F R R, r 93 Nelson 

^ 0: " James B, c, porter Dr J S Lawton ' ^ 

f I INTERIOR FINISH I ATLANTA MFG. CO. +p 

CO . STORE. BANK AND OFFICE FIXTURES. ( 6-12 COU RTLAN D AVE ^ 

*^ O Collier James M, repair shop 53 Peachtree, r 274 N Fort ►Srm 

James R, (Collier & Bro), r 202 Houston i^lJ^ 

John, r 45 Nelson © ^. 

John, wks Sou Agrl wks M 

John T, elk Moore, Marsh & Co, r 347 Jones H«S 
John W, asst city tax col, bds 22 Houston 

Collier L Whit, genj. agt C R R, rms 57 Wheat g**^ 

Mirabeau L, mast mechan W & A R R, r 66 Cooper 'qJ i** 

^ F, H A Keppel mngr, subscription book publisher, ,^>-* 

158 Marietta *^rt 
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Matt W, elk Sou Ry and S S Assn, bds 71 Fairlie jK ^ 

Collier P F, H A Keppel mngr, subscription book publisher, 

Robert M, trav M C & J F Kiser & Co ^J* 

Thomas E, city physician 3d wd, office 234 Decatur, r 425 Qi)'^ 

E Fair g M 

Walter S, bkkp Black & Mcintosh, bds 45 Nelson " 

Walton, <", r 3 Jennings al Q*^* 

Wm J, guard convict camps O 

^ _ Wm M, r, wks Mark Berry, r Maple O * 

W^C " & Bro, (Geo W and Jas R), grocers 202 Houston ^ 

^^^ Collins Arthur, student, bds 10 Angier ave • 



Lumber, Laths, ShingrlM) 

Mouldings, Etc. 
38>^ S. BROAD STREET. 



CRESS LUMBER CG. 



lOninrUT HICIIDIUnCr "Rompt and liberal settlememts. 

AlfblUtN I INiUnANUt] tORBETT & IcCANDLESS, State Agents, 

Smplorwi LkUltty AmriM* Ottpontloa. i. 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

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2 Collins Brick Co, Samuel H Venable pres, W D Palmer v-pres, C td 
W , E Thompson sec and treas, oflfice Venable Bros & Col- 

Q ^ lins bldg Marietta cor Forsyth 






Ij III " Charles, wks Boyd & Baxter, r near Bellwood ave 

A U " Charles, r, coachman H Y Snow, r Butler bet Cain and Harris » Tj 

H QC " C, ^, blacksmith N C Spence p '^ 

» H " Delia, (wid Stephens) bds 415 Capitol ave Q J^ 

Q CO " Ed, drayman, r 13 Packard 3D ^^ 

r\ ^ " Edward, wks Expo Mills, bds 87 Expo Grounds. W j2 

Emma, (wid Charles) r 38 Alexander M ^^ 

Frank, wks Cuban Cigar Fact, r 119 Mangum q ^h 







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^ " Frank <r, lab, rrear 201 Luckie C ^^ 

jU H " Gideon, <r, driver Morris & Bro, r 44 Randolph 2 >^ 

~ 5 " Henry, c, butler J B Hawthorne 5 ^ 

^^ > " Rev Henry, f, r 31 Vine m^ 

^ . " James, watchman Trowbridge Furn Co, r 7 S Boulevard jg 

QS M " J^^^^s, c, lab, r rear 35 Wheat CO 

n*^ " James D, eng E T V & G R R, r 106 Windsor g HI 

" James D, pres Atl Exchange and Banking Co, r Mari- p ^ 

• etta, beyond limits p ^^ 

aK " James R (Miller & Collins), depty City Marshall, r 10 JJ ^ 

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^ ^ Collins John, carp, bds 60 Gartrell ^ ^'^ 

mij I " John, c, lab, bds n side Wylie, Edgewood 2 r^ 

•««j rt " John W, painter, r Bl.ikely, n s, 2 w Peachtree J ^^ 

^ A " Mary E (wid James F), r 117 Mangum ^ Ng 

l^ u " Oscar, eng Union Mill and Warehouse Co tf pij 

^ H " Tobe, c, wks Sou Furniture Co, r 78 Old Wheat = g 

o^ fl " T L, elk E T V & G R R, rms Chamberlin & Johnson bldg <» O 

§2: " T M, flagman ETV &G R R ^ t^ 

§ Q " Victoria B (wid Wm), r 170 Whitehall ^ ,.^ 

^ H " Wrn J, elk Miller & Collins, r 10 Angier ave O 5Eh 

l2 H " Wm R, bkkpr F J Stilson, bds 10 Angier ave T 

•»J ^ Colquitt Alfred H, U S Senator, r Edgewood j ^ 

>J " George, c, chair bottomer, r 14 Vine C ►t^ 

^ ^ Colter, see Coulter 2- S 

^ ^ Colton Harrie, c, lab, rip Martin <D ^ 

^ ? " John E, trav M C & J F Kiser & Co, bds Talmadge House •* ^5 

CSi * " Jo^^P'^' '"' ^^^ washer C R R f^ 



^ * Columbus Buggy Co, Sou Branch, J L Shuff & Co, 29 ^ 

>* W Alabama "j 

^ " James, coachman, Dr L H Jones r^ 

Q Colville Fulton, lawyer gy^ Peachtree, bds 67 N Pryor ffi 



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' tm^ Colvin John A, genl bag agt union depot, v pres Atl Baggage 
^^ & Cab Co, r 189 Washington 

e- , " John D, reporter Constitution, bds 189 Washington 
("v*^ " Laura (wid Francis), r 12 Corput 

^^ " Ralph, supt Ladd's Lime Works, r N Fort bet Currier and 

Forest ave 
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^ Combs Calvin, c, wks D A Beatie, r Fort ^^J 

^^ " Daniel L, plasterer, r 10 Delbridge ^^^ 

^^^ " Jacob R, r, dis elk postofifice ^^^ 

^^ " Sidney, r, r rear 216 Ivy ^^" 

Q " Wm W, wks W & A R R, r country ^™ 

_^^ Comer Jack, bundle boy John M Moore, bds 54 E Mills ^^fc 

^^^ " John, r, fruits 27,4.^4 Marietta, r Emma w^^ 

" L V, (wid John), r 131 Fort 

• " Ransom H, elk Haltiwanger Taylor Drug Co, r 54 E Mills 

XXI " ^^"'' ^' ^'■^^ ^'^^^ ^ Conklin Mfg Co, r Rome Ga 

Commercial Oil Co The, F R Logan genl mngr, 11 Means 
Commercial Union Assurance Co, (limited) of London, 

Torbett & McCandless agts, 22 Kimball House, Decatur r— 
(see top lines) 
Como Charles, wks Brown & King Supply Co, bds 183 Whitehall je 

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Is the Best. Sold One-half or all Cash or on Time. 24 !>i. Broad St. <S> ^\ 

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• Compton J R, capitalist, bds Marshall House g ^^ 

^Q " Lydia R, (wid P M), r 103 Capitol ave 1 ^\ 

^^ " Mary S, (wid Wm), r 69 Richardson ' Q 

^^H Comstock Charles D, wks Sou Box Factory, bds 2 Glenn J ^ 

a" Ella B, (wid James) r 2 Glenn ^ 

Conant Ellen W, teacher Storrs school, r 104 Houston -^ OJ 

mm^ Conavray see also Con-way K 

vW " Wm, mechanic, bds 146^4 Decatur H ^ 

"^^ Condon John, printer Constitution, bds 63 Formwalt ^ Q 

3^0 " Mrs Linnie, photographer 831^ Whitehall, bds 83 E Ellis ^ § 

" Philip J, watchmaker Maier & Berkele, bds National Hotel t" CD 

p " T W, printer Constitution P ^" 

^^ Cone, see also Cohen and Cohn t« e 

Q^ " Oscar, (T, wks R&D shops, r 22 Mosley H "H 

^^ " Wm B, elk W H Brotherton, r 52 Eichardson I ^ 

1^" Conger John T, meat mkt 119 W Peters, r 81 Chapel 02"^ 

•Jj " Tandy A, beer saloon 482 Decatur, r 49 Gartrell % 2 

p^ Conklin Charles A, propr Chas A Conklin Mfg Co, r 230 Ivy ^^ ^ 

^^ Conklin Chas A Mfg Co, Chas A Conklin propr, importers ^ SC 

^^^ tin plate, tinware, mfrs stoves and house furnishing "• ^ 

F*H goods, 69 Whitehall and 80 S Broad 5 ^ 



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t FDXPITS, PBW ENDS, Newel 
Posts, Turned Balustere and 



0ffle«,rKter7UdWu«k0iai,C«.UUehtUJilbafBaStL ISOROZX & TUKNED WORK 



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I. B. Williams & Sons' I Ati*?t* R^J'»'Br cd. 

1 16 Decatur Street, 

LlATHn ULXma AKS UOI LIATHXI. (.ATLANTA, . ■ • • GEORGIA. 

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Conklin Thomas A, r 174 Ivy 
CO " Thomas A, Jr, r 174 Ivy 



-■ ^j Conley, see also Connally, Connelly and Connolly \mS 

Qf ixi " George H, candymaker F E Block, bds 28 Hayden ^^ 



ODC " James C, carbuilder, r 134 Windsor 
^" *' Madison, c, lab, r rear 10 Ennis al 
-^ " Margaret M (wid Thomas), grocer 165 Davis, r same 
^ " Morris, Ry mail elk, r West End 
+1^1x1 " Mose, c, lab, r 24 Ira 

.vQ- Conn Henry J, driver Atlanta St R R, r 225 Decatur 
Ly.^ " Thomas G, city blacksmith, r near Bellwood ave 

Q— Connally, see also Conley, Connelly and Connolly 
, " Elijah L, physician 241/ Whitehall, r Ashby, West End 

^^ " James O, c, meat market 144 Decatur, r 144 Irwin 
N^ " John M, carp, r Bellwood 

M " Silas N, lawyer 245^ Whitehall, r 27 Cooper 

^1 " Thomas C, elk H Franklin, r Bellwood 

' — , — ' Connecticut Fire Ins Co of Hartford, Conn, Harris, Nutting & Co 
^^J agts, 3 Kimball House, Wall 

y^mm Connecticut Mutual Life Ins Co The, Cook & Brownell 
^^^ genl agts, 52 Capitol block 



Central Life MCo.r 



H. P. B1.00DW0RTH, Gen. Agt. 
EndoTTinent Polices at Life Rates. 
See Page 39. 



Connell, see also McConnell 

" Miss AUie L, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 204 Haynes 

" John, lab, rms 19 Ella 
Connelly, see also Conley, Connally and Connolly. 

" David, wks W & A R R, bds 150 S Forsyth 
Connelly Wm J, mngr Armour Packing Co, bds 10 W Ellis 
Conner, see also Connor and O'Connor. 

" Alexander, r, lab, rms rear 70 Markham 

" James M, carp, r 114 Eraser 

" Jane, (wid Thomas), bds s e cor Rawson and Cooper 

" Mary J, r, (Conner & Turner), r 155 Decatur 

" Moses, shoemkr 512 Decatur 

" Oscar, r, lab, r 127 Wheat 

" Robe-t H, (Slatter & Conner), r s e cor Rawson and Cooper 

" Walter, r 3 Berean ave 

" Wm H, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 114 Eraser 

" & Turner, c, (Mary J Conner & Martha Turner), eating 
house 155 Decatur 
Conners Walter T, flagman E T V & G R R, rms 28 Elliott 
Connewl James N, carp, r 220 Linden ave 

" Wm, cash boy D H Dougherty & Co, bds 220 Linden ave 
Connolly, see also Conley, Connally and Connelly 

Heavy Furnishings for Hoteis, Offices, Pul)lic Buiidings, &g 

OFFICE BESK0 A SPKCIAI.TY. CHAHBERI.IBr, JOHNSOM * <?4». 

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ITCHELL & PARKER, 

313 MARIETTA ST, 
Telephone 332. 



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CSS Connolly Arthur B, chief of police, r 245 E Hunter 

■^ '• Henry T, elk Peter Lynch, bds 241 E Hunter 

~^ " John F, bartender C P Johnson, r 55 Jones ave 

CS " John T, bartender D B Hollis, bds 68 Courtland 

^ " Miss Kate, bkkpr the Southern Farm, bds 245 E Hunter 

^^ Connor, see also Conner and O'Connor 

..^ " Harry L, elk C R R depot, r 193 Davis 

«3 " Mary A, (wid Edward), r 69 Thurmond 

_^ " Sol, coupler E T V & G R R 
. ( onnors G Watt, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 30 Church 

C'onrad George, wks Woodward Lumber Co 
. Conroy John W, wks Sou Furn Co, bds 79 Waverly pi 
W •' Martin M, r 79 Waverly PI 
L Constantine Francis L, r 58 Wheat 
J^ " Wm, student, bds 14 Warren place 
J^ '' \V F, collector P F Collier, r Savannah Ga 
y Constitution Job Office, W J Campbell mangr, 2d floor Con- 
^ stitution bldg, (Tel 698) 

J Constitution Pub Co, capital $100,000, Evan P Howell pres, 
K Wm A Hemphill bus mngr and treas, Robt A Hemp- " v^ 

(ij hill asst bus mngr and secty, Clark Howell, Jr, mngr ^ 

11] editor (Tel 714), 30 W Alabama bd 

I OB ^ 

I Continental Ins Co of N Y, Manry & Riley agents, 32^4 S Broad £ A 

, Convent ot the Sacred Heart, 228 Luckie g vr 

Conw^ay see also Cona"way 5 

^ " Weldon, contractor, bds 105 Gullatt p ^^ 

"^m Conwell Anderson, c, lab 167 E Baker 
h- K " Lee, porter Brunner & Browder 
CS Conyers Abda J, bds 89 Windsor 
^* " Bennett J, lawyer and special agt R & D R R Co, 64 Gate 

City Bank Bldg, r 89 Windsor 
^^ " C B, stenographer, bds 89 Windsor 
— ■ " Fannie H (wid Christopher B), r 89 Windsor 
t^ " James A, student, bds 89 Windsor 
^^ " Samuel T, accountant A & F R R, bds 89 Windsor 

Coogler Arthur B, wks E T V & G R R, r 11 Georgia ave 
!^5 " John T, painter, r 97 W Cain 

Cook Adeline (wid Samuel), r Hampton, 5 s Exposition 
<S " Allen, c, carp, r 47 Solomon 

-r* " Belle A (wid Ira W), record elk U S Courts, r 115 Ivy 
^ " Captain P, c, drayman T C Mayson, r Wheat 
" Charles, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 
" Charles, brickyard, r Bellwood 



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<jicn«ral AgenUt Oeorela and Alabama, 
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Cook Claud, baggage master E T V & G R R, bds R R ave, W E [3y 

" Claude, bds 247 Peachtree ^f\ 

" David A, bkkpr city tax assessor, r 31 Garnett ^/mI 

" David R, foreman Sou Agrl Wks, r 7 Hunnicutt ^Jl 

" Edgar L, bkkpr F J Cooledge & Bro, bds 22 Houston "J 
" Edward, elk A J Miller, bds 26 N Forsyth 

" Frank, messr M Rich & Bros }n^ 

" Frank H, trav J W & E C Atkins, r Oak, West End ' U 

" Frank G, wks E T V & G R R, bds Railroad ave, W E |i-^ 

" Frank S, (Faulkner, Kellam & Moore), bds 34 Powers U^ 

" Frederick, butcher, r Flat Shoals road ^^^ 

" Freeman, c, lab. r 73 Dover r "1 

" F E, (wid John), r 105 Yonge ^^ 

" George W D, (Winship Mach Co), r 247 Peachtree 1^^ 

Cook Hamlin C, (Dr H C Couk & Co), physician 55 i^ Peach- ' -J 

tree, bds 31 Garnett ^^S 

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For Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, Cholera 
Infantum, Teething and all relaxed conditions of the bowels. 

Manufactured by DR. H. C. COOK & CO., Atlanta, Ga. 



TP T iWM^ Stoct Carriaps, Ptiaetons, Bn^les, imi anil 

..IIL JJiillUljlJi FARM WAGONS IN THE SOUTH. ATWA1ER CARRIAGE CO. 



Cook Hamlin P, salesman A J Miller & Son, r iii Nelson 
" Henry, c, butler I W Avery 
" Houston F, wks R & D R R, r 35 Martin 
Cook Dr H C & Co, (H C Cook, C L DeFoor), manfrs and 
proprs Dr Cook's D D D Cordial, 55^4 Peachtree 
Jasper T, wks R & D R R, r 20 Boulevard 
John, tailor Eiseman Bros, r Loyd, cor Capitol ave 
John, c, brakeman G P R R, bds 11 Newton 
John A J, policeman, r 215 Cooper 
John B (Cook & Brownell), r 178 Alexander 
John E, trav, r 32 Walker 
Cook John S, rubber stamps, stencils and seals, 57 S Broad, 
(Tel 519), r 199 Cooper (See side lines) 
" John S, grocer, bds i Lucy 
Cook Jonathan N, vet surgeon, r Houston, bet Jackson and 
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Babies' Pictures|>g^ Prnniom Art Gallery, 

A SPECIALTY AT i 33>i WHITEHALL STREET. 

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m Cook Joseph, wks R & D R R, bds 9 Bell **^ 

^ " Joseph F, watchman R & D R R, bds 25 Hulsey ■■■§ 

n\ Cook Joseph S (Joseph S Cook & Co), r 83 Forest ave ^^J 
W Cook Joseph S & Co (Joseph S Cook), machinery and agents ^^m 

nMerritt's typewriter, 8 W Wall ^^9 
" Julius H, elk John Ryan's Sons, r 156 Whitehall 

" Leo, c, wks H C Stockdell ^ 

" Lewis, r Railroad ave West End Kl^ 
J\ " Lewis Jr, elk Patterson & Caldwell, bds Railroad ave W E 

^ Cook Gen Phillip, Secretary of State, bds Kimball House ^^^ 

^ " Powell, bds 1461/ Marietta ^^p 

n " Richard, brakeman E T V & G R R g^ 

|Hf " Robert, painter, bds 70 Gilmer > 

^^ " Robert, c, butler L E Blakeley, r rear 187 Peachtree ^^^ 

^^ '' Robert, c, porter Kenney & McDonald, r 37^ Kichmond ^^J 

^ " Tansy, c, r 16 Randolph ^^m 

fwi " Thomas, r, wks A & F R R, r 180 Eraser ^O 

Wl " Thomas E, wks Dobbs Lumber Co, r 24 Vine ^ ^ __ 

ndj " Thomas R, physician, r 117 Georgia ave 

" T P, bds Grant House 
^j " Wm, bds 103 Loyd 

^^ " Wm, c, brickmason, bds 133 Martin 



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flj Cook Wm E, elk John S Cook, r 199 Cooper ^ m 

Jlr " W Foster, rock contractor 55J4 Peachtree, r 157 Nelson * ►w 

^ "WE, fireman R & D R R, bds 530^^ Decatur .q 5 

Fl " Zach, plasterer, r 145 Wheat > mB 

nCook & Bro"wnell (John B Cook, Francis E Brownell(genl agts o 25 
The Connecticut Mutual Life Ins Co, 52 Capitol block -^ Ms 
Cooke Benjamin, c, lab, r 99 Cain jq ^3 

" Frederick J, journalist, bds 67 N Pryor W"* B 

«" Virgil L, c, mail carrier, r 70 Chamberlin ^^ 

" Wm A, genl adjuster Fire Ins, rms A & B Gould bldg 2 hi* 

^ Cooksev Miss Emma, sten Wheeler & Downing, bds 122 W Simpson a J25 

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Cooksy Jesse, r, city lab, r 39 Currier 

Cooledge Aurelian F (F J Cooledge & Bro), stenographer 

Superior and City courts, r 40 Merritts ave 
" Frank, trav salesman, bds 79 S Pryor 
Cooledge Frederick J (F J Cooledge & Bro), r 38 Merritts ave 
Cooledge F J & Bro, (Fred J & Aurelian F Coolege), paint 

and varnish mfgrs, also oils and window glass, 21 E 

Alabama 
Cooley Frank, ear driver, bds 480 Decatur 

GEO. CROUCH I Moii^nieJital Architect 
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m^ g Cooley Mark, lab, bds 35 Tatnall ^ 

-3^1 " Miss Susan E, preceptress Atlanta University \U 

§,"^3 " Wm, wks Atl Mach Works 

1^^ Coon J S, prof of mech engrng Ga Schl of Tec, r 3 Baltimore Blk 

o 03 *» Cooney Robert L, cash N Y Life Ins Co, r 23 Merritts ave 

jS a Coons Mil F, sec and treas Atl Jewelry & Novelty Co, r 229 

« eg 2 Washington 

'5^ Cooper, see also Couper 

^ " A Judson, trav salesman, r 100 W Baker 

> /7 , " C Hanford, stringer Atl Piano Mfg Co, r Edgewood S 



" Edwd, c, lab, r 13 Irwin a 

'' Edward C, bartender J H Cooper, bds 43 Courtland ave ^ 

•"i " Frank, c, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 20 Hull % 

* " Fred R, elk Recorder's Court, bds 432 S Pryor ' 

I " George W, carp, r 7 Eeds O 

Hunter P, physician, 2814 E Wall, r 123 Capital ave ■ 



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% " James A, printer Constitution, r 63 Form wait 3 

2 " James E, saloon, bds 43 Courtland 

I " James T, delivery elk W & A R R, r 90 Jones ave 

■5 Cooper John, sec and treas Dixie Lumber and Mfg Co, bd> 5 

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Cooper John, reporter Constitution, bds 155 Courtland ave 
" John A, carp, r 16 Fowler 
" John A, c, coachman C A Collier, r 264 Crew 
" John H, saloon, 7 E Alabama and 58 Decatur, r 43 ^ 

Courtland ave 

" John M, elk The Farmers' Alliance Exchange of Ga, bds 

100 W Baker 
Cooper John Tyler, elk commissioners Roads and Revenues, 

r cor Williams and Baker 
" John W, piano mkr, r Edgewood 
" Joseph, c, wks Sciple Sons 
" Mrs Lizzie, r 21 Mechanic 
" Mattie, (wid Wm), r 33 Victoria 

" Maxie, c, coachman Mrs R Peters, r rear 488 Peach tree 
" OUie, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 33 Victoria 
" Ozell Z, job printer i6j4 Whitehall, r 121 Chapel 
" Ralph, elk Jno M Miller, bds 90 Jones ave 
" Richard T, bkkpr Stewart & Bowden, bds 75 E Hunter 
" Rufus, c, tailor 37^ Peachtree, r same 
" Thos J, usher opera house, rms loi^ S Forsyth 

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is offering some Splendid Bargains in City and 
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c Cooper Thomas L, sec and treas George W Scott Mfg Co, q '^ 

"S'^ r Decatur Ga O p 

j2 is* " Timothy, r, wks C R R, r 35 Diggers PLifj 

« a a Walter G, reporter Constitution, r 153 Courtland ave ^-1^ 

tl " Wiley G, policeman, r 88 Walker ^ 

"S w aj " Wm, c, carp, r 198 E Harris O 



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„"2 E " Wm J, r 24 Calhoun J|i 

.1 ^ S Copeland Caleb G, lab, bds 153 W Mitchell g. 

8 g- « " Geo, c, wks Gas Co, r 176 Martin P H#- 

^-o*' " Lewis, c, bds no Haynes QP9 

So " Obediah, farmer, r 24 Savannah . , 

■ , _ , _ , ^ " Warren, i, helper E T V & G shops, r 37 Rockwell ^ 

, " Wm P, night watchman, r 3 S Boulevard _ ^ 

^5 " Willis, r, carp, r 46 Davis -q ^JT 

I[Jj> Copes George S, ship elk P H Snook, r near Bellwood > 77 

-^ " Jacob, c, lab, r Tumlin 2 n Wallace |" | ' ■ 

(^ ^ Coppedge James L, elk Wm Rutland, r 251 E Hunter ^ HH 

Jgr ^ " Wm H, brickmason, r McDaniel .let Gardner and Mary - ]^- 

HH pij Corbally John A, contractor and builder, supt public and g tji 

N^ H private buildings 98 Windsor, r same (See p 43) V) ^^ 

^v R Corbin Mary V, (wid Charles H), r 6 Eugenia •♦^ 

^ij P " Wm E, baggage master W & A R R, r country ►%. 

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^^ pil ("orbins Jerry, c, lab, r 25 Carter 

^5 fl Cordell Wm, c, barber, r rear 71 W Peters 

Cordon John G M (Haltiwanger-Taylor Drug Co), bds 155 Court- 

^^ I* land ave CO 

C/^ j| " Eichard G, artist Wm Lycett, bds 17 Park Place lj^ 

1^ V " Seth K, chemist Haltiwanger-Taylor Drug Co, bds 155 ^ ^^ 

rvj ^ Courtland ave g ^-^ 

tiH H Corlett P]dwin H, grocer 70 Capitol ave, r same 3D MJ 

S Corley Addie (wid Andie), r 52 Bell O ""J 

^ " George W, salesman, bds 134 W Baker q ^^ 
Georgia A (wid Wm), r 130 W Baker 
James C, cabinetmaker, bds 130 W Baker 









John H, mach Winship Mach Co, r 163 Randolph 3J ^^ 



John T, r 32 Chestnut 

Richard R, j^ressman Postell & Sexton, bds 163 Randolph 

T H, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

Wm L, brickmason, r 432 Houston 
Corliss Edward J, photographer Mrs L Condon, bds 17 Park Place 
pl^ ^ Cornelius H, c, wks Sou Furn Co 
hrt " James, c, wks Sou Furn Co 

tn " Morgan, c, lab, r State 5 n Wallace 



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QRE88 LUHBEB CO., 

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WDITINR MAPUINE **» "tends at tHe head." 
If nlllllU mAunlllCi Torbett a McCandless, 

Oeneral Agents Oeorf^ia and Alabama, 
23 Kimball House, Deeatar HU, Telephone 73. 






COR 531 COT t3d 

Cornett Ben, driver Atl St R R, r W Peachtree on Crawford place yin^ * 

" George, elk J W Starnes, bds 37 Chapel » 

, -j^ " George P, elk, bds W Peachtree on Crawford place ^""^ 

^.^ Corput Max V D, civil engr, r 49 Powrrs ^^ 

^ " Gus M, elk Bradstreet Co, r 49 Powers * ' _ ^ 

prH Correll Edward, with T R Pause, r 129 Courtland ave }~^ " 

C^ Corrie, see also Corry CS^< 

t^^ " Alexander J, mach R & D R R, r 68 Irwin — 

^D " Arthur, engr E T V & G R R, bds 9 Glenn ^^^ 

^X^ Corrigan, see also Carragan ^3- 

John, grocer 140 Whitehall, r 113 E Fair <-^ 

Joseph M, salesman M Rich & Bros, bds S Pryor s w cor |^ 

^ Richardson , 1 

^"^ " Michael, r S Pryor s w cor Richardson > ' I 
5Z5 '' Thomas F, (Simmons & Corrigan), r S Pryor s w cor Rich- ^^ 

py^ ardson ^S^ _ 
pr-'^ " Wm H, elk Ivobert Dohme, r S Pryor s w cor Richardson — 

pr^ Corry, see also Corrie. _^ 

[^ i " John A, trav Jos Smith, r Greensboro, Ga ^— ^ 

{-— 1 " Paul H, elk J M High & Co, bds 185 Courtland j=^ . 
<—— > Corsey Charles, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 

^^ Corson H H, trav Thomson -Houston Elec Co > Z3 






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.^ 1 illlU 1 Llliil U j 9>^ E. ALABAMA ST. ( CEMENTING i 

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»-^ Cort Frank B, eng, r 221 Highland ave \^^ 

.^-^ " John M, mach Fulton B & C Mills, bds 221 Highland ave >-^- 

^^ Cosby, see also Crosby. 
f— ^ " Isaac, c, waiter Redus & McAllister 

02 " John, wood yard 14 Leonard, r East Point 

■ " Jacob, I, driver Sciple Sons 

^S^ " Lizzie, (wid John), r 158 Simpson 

" Robert, c, horse shoer G H Irby Horse shoeing Co 

Cosey Frank, c, painter, r Sims bet Arthur and Spring ^ § 

Co8grove Wm L, Sui)t Gale City Gas Light Co, bds 182 Peachtree S ^ 
Cosper John, c, lab C R R. v 219 W Hunter © c^ 

Cosroy Henry, c, wks Atl Gas wks, r 6 Boulevard 

Costan Charles L, tinner Hunnicut and Bellingrath. r 11 Parker = a 
" Fred M, clerk J L Phelps, bds ic Parker J? g 

Costen Robert L, jeweler A F Pickert, bds 156 Loyd "" rn 

Costello, see also Castello o fj? 

'' Edward J, special agt W Woods White, bds 147 Loyd 
p— 4 Costley Wm A, policeman, r 169 W Fair g CD 

gp Costner J M, eng R & D R R = pi 

^^ Cothard Andrew, c, lab, r 148 Markham % H 

"■^ Cothron Gus, c, wks T S Lewis ' J" 



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I to Ecclesiast/ea/ ArcMHeeturt m all 
Its detaih. 44 Gould Building. 



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Cotley Mary A, r 278 Jones 

Cotman Walter R, elk Capital City Bank, rms 26 Church 

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Cotman Walter R, elk Capital City Bank, rms 26 Church *** 

Cotter Melvin S, wks W & A R R, r country 

" Wm B, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, r LaGrange, Ga 
Cottingham James D, milk depot 129 Whitehall, r 130 Whitehall ^^_ 
" Harry M, r 26 Currier ^O 

" Samuel, solicitor J P Stevens & Bro, r Talbotton Ga ^^? 

" Wm S, dairy and brickyard, r 205 Jones 
Cotton Carter, c, lab, r 90 Dover 
" Edward, c, carp, r 38 Grady 
" John, c, porter Joseph Smith, r near West End 
" John W, grocer 128 S Forsyth, r 8 Hood 
^.^ " Robt H, draughtsman G L Norrman, r i58Rawson 
^^ Cottrell W E, elk G R R 
{2Z^ Coty Richard, c, lab, r 307 Eraser 
t ^ i j Couch see also Crouch 

" Alexander L, bag master A & W P R R, bds 292 Spring 
^^^ " Elijah F, bailiff city court, r 57 Foundry 
^Zm^ " Francis J, typewriter Howard Van Epps, bds 57 Foundry 
g^ —^ " Homer, c, servant Jasper Smith ' " ^'" 

t^^ " Isaac L, dentist, 6j4 Whitehall, r 195^ Wheat Ci0\ 

S THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 1 2 

^^pj la Saperior to all Others. 34 SoBtb Broad Street. a CS 

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Couch Maxey G, collector J J Woodside, bds 2 McAfee 3 J» 

" Robert E, flagman E T V & G R R, bds 57 Foundry , H 

Couchman Henry, brakeman ETV&GRR ' Q 

Coulter Emily A, (wid Frederick F), r 47 Crew ^ 2j 

" James F, Mess Sou Ex Co, bds 47 Crew ■■ 

Couper see also Cooper ^ m 

" James M, capitalist, r 5 Ponce de Leon C 

Coursen Virginia C, (wid Isaac O), r 199 S Pryor H ^ 

Coursey James, carp, bds 65 Arthur ™ Ci 

" Charles, elk C H Ivy & Co, bds 12 Gray ^ S 

" James F, wks G H Holliday, bds 65 Arthur p CD 

" Margaret, (wid Joseph), r 12 Gray P •■" 

Courtney C E, carp Beutell Mfg Co t/j g^ 

" Ed, tinsmith H C Henagan, bds Hampton, cor Exposition _H ■*! 

_,^^ " John C, genl auditor W & A R R, r 24 Church 1 ^^ 




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■ " Louvenia (wid Henry), r Pratt, s e cor Taylor 
" Mary A (wid John), r 23 Savannah 1^ 

Cousins George, c, driver Ballard Transfer Co, rms 117 Markham ^ 
" Henry, c, drayman W H Bird & Co, rms 117 Markham ^ 

" Horace, c, lab, rms 117 Markham ^ 

nnBElO I IIBflBFn t^i% ( uamtcls, fromt doors, yehanda »n<t 

DOddS LUMBEK go. p^ro^^^S&sh, Doors & Blinds 

Office and Factory, Cor. Mitchell and Mangum Sta. I HARDWARE, 9LA88, PUTTY, ETC., ETC. 



RUBBER WET WEATHER GOODS! 



Atlanta Rubber Co. 

16 Decatur Street, 
Bitti.ShMi.acaaBm.Ottti.Zto. lATIiANTA, - - GEOBaiA. 

' 2 GOV 533 COX 

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^ — Covell Q Frederick, secy and treas Atl Rubber Co, r 7 



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^)"- Covington Chas, c, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 133 Cain W^u 



«! " George, c, wks W T Roye, bds 133 Cain 

ff\ " John, c, truckman Ga R R, r 252 Richardson * 

rtilil " Seymour, c, driver M H Dooly ^^_ 

2> " Wm, lab, bds n e cor Peachtree and Centre ^^1 

^^ Cowan Frank, wks Sou Agrl Works, r e side Mean, bet Murphy ^^ 
fj^ and Bellwood ave ^^^ 

""^ " Georgia V, (wid Wm S), r 61 Georgia ave ^^^ 

I ^ " James B D, wks F W Hart Sash & Door Co, r 120 Gullatt 
I ^ " Odus, c, city lab, bds 279 W Peters 
J_^.^ " Robt, r, cook Durand Rest, r 38 Fulton 

" Thos M, showcase mkr Atl Mfg Co, r 126 North ave 
Cowhern Wm, wks May Mantle Co ^^^ 

Cowing Judge, <:, drayman W & A R R, rrear 95 E Harris HPB 

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" John S, cotton buyer S M Inman &■ Co, bds 167 E Fair 
Cowley James H, live stock 24-26 W Hunter, r Inman ave bet 
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*T^ t) Cowsert Robt, elk, rms 92 W Eair 

^!^ bj " Thomas H, printer Thomas & Son, rms 92 W Fair ■ 

C/J H Cox Abram N, bailiff 28)4 Decatur, r 9 McAfee - — ' — 

' ■ ^ " Albert H, (Cox & Reed), r 19 Houston 3 ^ 

Allen, r, driver, bds 4 Arthur 9 '^^ 

^y H " Ann (wid James), dressmaker, r 26 Hayden cb g^ 

•^2 " Arthur C, elk R & D R R, bds 100 Pulliam r =^ 

" " Benjamin F, draughtsman Atlanta Eng Co, bds 70 Ivy ■" ^J 

Charles, mach hand W S Bell L & I Co § "^ 

^ " Charles, c^ drayman, r rear 241 S Pryor ^g S^ 

" Charles, c, rms 320 W Mitchell rn ^^ 

§< " Charles E, fireman C R R, r 63 Thurmond ' 

1^ ^ " Doc, r, drayman, r 2 Chestnut ave ' I^ 

— " Emily, ^, grocer 85 Tatnall, r cor Mitchell and Tatnall *" "^ 

" Fred, flagman E T V & G R R ^n 
" G Floyd, carpet layer John Ryan's Sons, bds 83 Capitol ave > ^3 

" Handy, wks Atlanta Bridge and Axle Co ^ e»- 

" Harry, driver Atlanta Steam Laundry, bds 10 Calhoun 0» J^ 

" Henry, c, porter A F Kuhns, r Clark a *** 

** Jacob, c, driver Bain & Kirkpatrick Co, r 72 Bradley > S» 

*' James E, agt G P R R, r 219 Marietta M KI 

" John, cond ET V & G R R r^ ES 

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Cox John, c, carp, r 304 Calhoun 

" John \\\ elk, r rear 66 Fairlie 
Cox John W, lawyer 4614 S Pryor, hds 181 Capitol ave (See 
card in classified lawyers) 

John \V, i\ grocer 320 W Mitchell, r same 

Jona, c, elk J Nix, hds 80 Nelson 

Katie (wid Wm), r 201 Ivy 

Lewis, c, drayman Duncan & Camp 

Lizzie, c. teacher Mitchell St school, rms 320 W Mitchell 
Cox Lucius M, mfg jeweler 47/4 Whitehall, bds Folsom's 



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BADGE WORK AND DIAMOND SETTING A SPECIALTY. 

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Cox Myers, c, lab Piedmont Pickle and Vinegar Works 

Robert S, sub carrier post office, bds 26 Hayden 

Samuel R, wks W & A R R, bds 16 Newton 

Sarah (wid Edwin), rms 123 Walker 

Sterling A, elk W & A R R, bds 308 Peachtree 

Thomas, c. lab, rms 66 Dover 

Thomas E, r, U S Storekpr and Ganger, r 304 W Mitchell 

Webster, elk S Wilkins, bds 159 E Hunter 

Westley, c, drayman, r 220 Clark 

Wm, r, barber, r 143 E Harris 

Wm, c, wks C R R 

Wm C, elk H T Head, r 159 Courtland 

Wm R, ship elk Clifton Chemical and Phosphate Co, r Clifton 

Willie, r, r 25 Thurmond 
Cox & Reed (Albert H Cox, John C Reed), lawyers, ii>< E Ala 
Coyen, see also Cohen 

" C'harles M, opr Tel Exchange, r 115 Nelson 
" James, elk C R R, r 148 E Hunter 
C >zart Hugh W, elk Bruner & Browder, bds 65 W Mitchell 
Crabtree Edward C, mattress maker, bds 30 Ella 

" Wm M, meat market 367 W Peters, r 30 Ella (Old Barracks) 

ETCHINGS AND STEEL ENGRAVINGSfTUQDMTniJ'C 

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"^-> Craddock Douglas, c, lab, r 140 Gray 

JL^ " Hunter, supt Chattahoochee Brick Co, r^iyg Courtland 

JJ " Jesse, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co 

-iqv " John, ins agt, bds 179 Courtland ^^? 

:^ " John, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co ^^ 

-■^ " Robt, c, grocer 589 Marietta, r 144 Gray 

I^j^ Craft, see also Croft 

" George H, civil eng 303^ Marietta, bds 10 W Ellis 

" Henry T, asst supt Rhodes & Haverty Furn Co, r 55 Fraser 

---j^ Craig Andrew C, wks P P Car Co, bds 19 Gresham 

"*-' " Barney, mach W & A R R, bds 19 Gresham 

XJ " Dee, r, wks E T V & G R R, r Arthur sw cor Ira 

JtlJ, " Frederick W, elk, bds 24 Houston 

■p^ " Georgiana Fenton, {wid Wm), bds 203 Rawson ^i^ 

" James A, pattern mkr W & A R R, r 140 S Pryor 

" James G, eng E T V & G R R, r 58 Gate City ^— 

" John L, bkkpr James Bank, bds 12 Gilmer P^2 

XT " Rev John N, sec Home Mis Pres Ch, r 182 Capitol ave ^^ 

J^ *' John N Jr, stenogr Constitution ofifice, bds 182 Capitol ave ^^ 

-pj^. " Joseph, c, porter, r rear 34 Church ~ 

"^^ " 'Madam Minnie, r 55 W Hunter 

" Walter C, elk Ad B & C Co, bds 140 S Pryor 



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Craig Wiley, r, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co, r 18 Mays 
Cramer Daniel, barber 2 W Alabama, r S Boulevard 

^"A " Frederick, pastry cook Kimball House, r 40 Lowe's al 

■w^-_. " Henry N, sewmach repr, r 25034 Marietta 

-^^ " Jacob, lab, bds 40 Lowe's al 

^A. Crandall Mr and Mrs Charles, milliner 58-60 Whitehall 

^J^/[ Crane B Sidney, treas Geo VV Scott Mtg Co, r Dectaur, (xa 

"^^ " Charles J, elk Sou Ex Co, bds 164 Haynes 

-|-^ " Charles R, broker, bds 57 W Mitchell 

"^^ " David, r, city lab, r 30 Bass 

-R " Isaac, wks G P R R, r Bell wood 

" Robert, wks Ga Electric Light Co, r 40 South 
" Sarah C (wid Benjamin E), r 59 Washington 

^^ Craner Miss Minnie, with Mr and Mrs Dr Rosa F Monnish, bds 

^^ juiic N Forsyth and Peachtree 

f^ Cranford George, c, lab, r 124 Tanner's al 
J " Walter, r, lab, r rear 59 Washington 

/y^ Crankshaw Charles W (Freeman & Crankshaw), bds Cap'l City Club 
" Hamilton (H Crankshaw & Co), r 121 Nelson 
" Horatio L, bkkpr H Crankshaw & Co), bds 121 Nelson 

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Crankshaw H & Co, (Hamilton Crankshaw, Leaver Richard- 
son, James C Bowden) contractors and builders, sash, 
doors, blinds and lumber, 175 S Forsyth 
Cranston Henry, (Cranston & Bartlett) bds 45 Capitol ave 

" & Bartlett, (Henry Cranston, Edward L Bartlett) wholesale 
commission, 41 E Alabama 
Crapp Frank, ins agt, bds Sharmon house 
Craven Alfred I, bkkpr St Clair Coal Co, bds 86 Wheat 
" Cornelia, (wid Alfred) r 86 Wheat 
" Willis, c, carp, r 21 Bass 
Crawf Geo, r, lab, r loi Martin 

Crawford Anderson, c, wks S S S Co, r Garden bet Little and 
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Ann, (wid N M) r 369 Houston 
Bird B, c, grocer, 226^ Wheat, r 323 same 
Delia, (wid Robt) r 31'E Mills 
Emma F, (wid James J) bds 75^ Whitehall 
F Alexander, elk W & A R R, r 16 Smith 
G W, coupler C R R 
H Bruce, trav, bds Metropolitan 
James, c, porter J B Daniel; bds 132 Markham 
James J, elk Jeter & Camp, r Capitol ave 



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Crawford James M, grocer n e cor Peachtree and Blakley, r same 
James M, physician 66 Marietta, r 213 Houston 
James W, meat market, r Blakley bet Calhoun and Peachtree 
John, c, lab, r 20 Hull 
John, elk M Rich & Bros, r 24 Formwalt 
John E, coupler W & A R R, r 31 Hill's ave 
John H, bds 213 Houston 

Joshua B, capitalist, r W Peachtree bey convict camps 
Miss Lillie M, teacher Marietta St School, bds 16 Smith 
Mrs Lucy A, r 124 S Pryor 
Mary, (wid Peter), rms 27 Cone 
Mathew, butler 218 E Cain, bds Blakley bet Calhoun and 

Peachtree 
Nellie, c, teacher Mitchell St School, bds 12 Chapel 
Remsen, asst city edr Constitution, bds 239 S Forsyth 
Richard, c, lab, r 3 Beach 
Sim, c, wks E T V & G Shops, r 6 Brown's al 
Wm, c. lab city, r 272 Old Wheat 
Wm H, teacher Gammon Theological School 
Willis, c, lab A J Moses & Co, r 41 E Harris 
Willie F, bds 24 Formwalt 

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Crawley, see also Crov^ley 

" Charles B, cond G R R 

" Horace, c, wks E R, r 190 Highland ave '^-^/^-^i^ 

" James W, coupler C R R, rms 154 W Hunter "7?""^ 

" Rev John, c, r Capitol ave, S Atlanta 

" John H M, elk Allen & Boylan, bds 19 N Moore 

" J T, flagman E T V & G R R 

" Robert, elk H Jacobus, r 30 S Moore 
Cree Arthur Edgar, asst bkkpr John Ryan's Sons, bds 49 Luckie 

" James H, r 49 Luckie 

" Miss Libbie, sten Atlanta Lumber Co, bds 49 Luckie 
Crenshaw A C, wks R & D R R 

" Charles B, bkkpr New Home Sew Mach Co, r 30 Walnut 

" James L, painter 43J2 S Broad, rms 10 S Forsyth 

" John W, r 47 Forest ave 

" John W, wks R & D R R, r Waterhouse, Edgewood 

" Robert L, fireman R & D R R, bds 2 Todd 

" Thomas, (W & T Crenshaw), Dem of Oper Dentistry 
Dental Dept Sou Med Col, bds Hotel Weinmeister 

" Wm, (W & T Crent^liaw), Dean Dental Dept Sou Med Col, 
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Crenshaw Wm T, (Tel 31), represents Phenix Ins Co, London 
Assurance Corporation, and Genl Sou Agt for Fidelity 
and Casualty Co of N Y, Accident, Guarantee and Plate 
Glass, British and Foreign Marine Ins Co of London, 
and Remington Standard Typewriter, Kimball House 
sw cor Decatur and Pryor, r 47 Forest ave 
" Wm & Thomas, dentists 241^ Whitehall 
Crescent Steam Laundry, B P Myers prop, 74 Peach tree 
Cressy True, wks Ga Stove & Range Co 
Creswell Jas L, v-pres Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r Toledo, O 
Crew Benjamin B, (Phillips & Crew), r 33 W Harris 
" Elijah, c, plasterer, bds 8 Diamond 
" John H, c, plasterer, bds 3 Boaz 
" Wyatt, c, eating house 184 Decatur, r 214 E Cain 
Crew^s, see also Cruse. 

" Edward C, tinner, bds 152 Whitehall 
Crichton Eugene C, prin & prop Crichton's School of Short- 
hand 4gj4 Whitehall, r 119 Forest ave (See side lines) 
" John P, r 195 Courtland ave 

" Logan M, physician ioij4 Whitehall, r 195 Courtland ave 
" School of Shorthand & Correspondence, E C Crichton prin 
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Criddell Joe, street sweeper 

'■ Wm, f, lab, r Edgewood 
Crim Charles E, mach Van Winkle G and M Co, r 242 Decatur 
" Wm M, conductor, r 349 Hill 
" Wm M, mach E T V & G R R, r 173 Foundry 
Crimes, see Crymes 

Crissey Edwin, U S navy, r Park, near Ashby, W E 
Crissler Daniel, c, wks Cen R R, rms rear 264 W Peters 
Crist A H, tel opr W U Tel Co 

Crist Max Z, dentist 64 ^/^ Whitehall, bds 132 S Forsyth 
Crocker G Bernard, wks Atl Iron Foundry, r Windsor, n e] cor 
Stevens 
" Wm W, with L A Mueller, r 165 Ivy 
Crockett Berry, c, city lab, r 32 Horton 

David A, eng Atl Newspaper Union, bds 23 Henry 

Frank, c, bellman Kimball House 

George W, peddler, r 5 Lowe 

James P, grocer 530 Decatur 

Robert, trunk mkr Abe Foote & Bro, bds 5 Lowe 

Wm B, c, porter, bds 32 Horton 

Wm J, trunk mkr Abe Foote & Bro, bds 5 Lowe 



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Croft see also Craft 

" Aaron, c, driver, r 14 High 

" Aaron Jr, c, bds 14 High 

'■ Thomas A, butcher, r Bellwood ave 

" Wilber, c, lab, bds 14 High 

" Wm, c, butler, G V Gress 

" Wm, <r, r 22 Randolph 
Crogman Wm. H, vice pres Clark University, r same 

Crolley see Crowley 
Cromley see Crumley 

Cronheim Augusta, (wid Samuel) bds 278 Whitehall 
Cronheim Herman, ins agt. Fire Life and Accident, 53)^ E 

Alabama, r 61 Richardson 
Cronheim Solomon, (Benjamin & Cronheim) r loi Whitehall 
Cronny John, bkkpr Sou Spring Bed Co, bds 13 Washington 
Crook Thomas, c, lab VanWinkle G & M Co, r 256 Mangum 

" Thos M, wks W & A R R 
Crookshanks Alex W, trav agt, r 192 S Boulevard 

" George C (Moyers & Crookshanks), bds 33 N Forsyth 
Crop)) Eliza J (wid James), bds 284 Capitol ave 
Crosby, see also Cosby 

" James T, carp, r 123 Marietta 



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c3 Crosby Walter R, bkkpr Venable Bros, r 148 E Fair 

^S^ Cross Mrs Agnes, dressmaker, r 102^-2 S Broad 

.^1 " John W, carp, r 41 Chapel 

^>a Crossley Carlos S, carp W H Hall, bds 30 E Mitchell 

i-1-r " John T, timekeeper Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 395 Mangum 

^^ Crosthwait Henry C, sped agt Standard Oil Co, r 90 Windsor 

c=> Crouch, see also Couch 

I ' '' Crouch George, marble works 77 Loyd, r same (See bottom 

/i > • " George W, grocer Gate City, cor Rockwell 

, " James H, elk G W Crouch, bds same 

r~1 '' James M, carp W & A R R, r 115 Nelson 

^^ " Wm T. foreman L H Hall & Co, bds rii Marietta 

I [ Crout Burrell, (, wks Fulton B and C mills 
Crow C K, stock dealer, r 58 Waverly 
" E Newton, carp, r 401 W Mitchell 

eaa> " Jefferson, carp, bds 970 Marietta 

^ 1 . 1 " John W, wks Sou Furn Co, r 389 old Wheat 

Ci<2 " Levi J, wks Atl Furn Mfg Co, bds 98 Curran 

ocj " Samuel J, wks E T V & G R R, r 98 Curran 

^^ " Walter A, physician, r n w cor Oak and Lee, W E 

■-. -J " Wm, trunkmaker A Foote & Bro, bds 401 W Mitchell 



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" & Stanford (Young S Crow, Benjamin Stanford), meat § 

market 222 Decatur W 

Crowden Bark, elk E T V & G R R frgt dept, rms Chamberlin & r/.§ 

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Crowder James, c, wks R & D R R, r 12 Randolph ^^>< 

Crowders Robt, {, lab, rms 22 Liberty H^\^ 

Crowell John W, mach hd Manning Furn Co, bds 11 South ow^ 

Crowford, see Crawford §"g 

Crowley, see also Craw^ley ^qH 

" George, lab, r rear 109 W Harris gOs^ 

" Harry J, with Thomson-Houston Elec Co, r 291 Peachtree ^t^P 

" Henry C, tinsmith 160 Decatur, r 26 Rockwell d^W 

" J S, wks Fuller & Akers ^Wp 

" Wm D, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, bds Folsom's Restaurant Wob' 

Crozial Christopher H, eng E T V & G R R, bds 91 Smith ^^ 

Crozier George C, c, waiter 95 E Cain ^ 

" James, engr W & A R R, rms loi^ Whitehall 
Crumbley James A, wks Louis Gholstin, r 221 W Fair 
Crumbley Floyd H, c, Grocer 234 Wheat, r same 
Crumley Catherine, (wid Daniel), r 38 Emma 



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Crumley Joseph, blacksmith, bds 47 Courtland 

" Wm M, (Beck & Gregg Hdw Co), r 36 Forest ave _ 

Cruse see also Crews ^^\ 

*' John S, carp, r Bellwood ave ^^^ 

" Laura, (wid John), dressmaker, bds 2 Dairy ^^_ 

Crusselle Edward, stenograper Atl Nat Bldg and Loan Association, ^n 

bds 362 \V Peachtree ^^^ 

" Guy H, asst bkkpr Const Pub Co, bds 362 W Peachtree mJ 

" James A, brickmason, r 79 Howell m 

" Thomas A, brickmason, r 31 North ave 

" Thomas G, contractor, r 362 W Peachtree 

" Wm F, genl bkkpr Constitution Pub Co, r 35 Merritts ave 
Outchfield Floyd, f, gardener Mrs J T Grant, r 72 E Baker 

" King, c, carp, r 103 Forest ave 
Crute Charles T, sawmkr Winship Mach Co, r 197 Powers 

'■ Frank, printer, bds 27 McAfee 

" Fred J, job printer Constitution, bds 27 McAfee 

" Jesse, cash boy, Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 27 McAfee 

" Roanah, (wid John), r 27 McAfee 
Crymes Wilburn D, cabinet maker, r 22 McDonald 
Cuban Cigar Factory, Carter Colquitt pres, R E Mitchell sec 
and treas, J L Nicholes mngr, cigar mnfrs, 40 Old 
Capitol bldg 

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Mwuam Maee«Hftill9r Under Back Water. 24 S. Broitd Mtreet. ? ^^ 

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Cuenton David, c, lab, rms 156 Larkin 

Cuesta Angel L, cigar mnfr i}4 Edgewood ave, bds Hotel Wein- |^ >• 
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" Cigar Stand 2 Marietta ^ 

Culberson Alonzo, c, mess W U T Co, bds 163 Eraser U 

" Charles, c, wks T S Lewis "tt 

Culberson Hubert L, lawyer 32 J^ E Wall, r Gordon, WE J 

" John P, elk G W Bishop, r 205 Houston 

" John P Jr, exp agt C R R, bds 205 Houston 

'• Margaret H, (wid Augustus B), r Gordon, W E 
"Culbertson Henry, wks Fulton B & C Mill, r 46 Factory 
CuUam Beulah, r 58 Horton I ^ 

Cullen Matthew W, elk Sou Ry & S S Assn, bds Hotel Weinmeister ^ ^ 
Culleng A B, foreman Atl Mach Wks * » 

Cullinan Edward P, carp, W&ARE, r3i5 Mangum 5^^ 

" Robert E, stenographer E C Spalding, bds 315 Mangum eg ^ 
Cullum James fireman G R R ^ 

" Michael, wks G R R, r 49 N Butler 

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OD Culliim Wm A, wks R & D R R, bds 49 N Butler ■ 

P*^ Culpepper Alexander H, candy mkr F E Block, r 46 Powers M^^ 

•^^ " Miss Florence, teacher Davis St School, bds 85 Crew ^## 

•^=; " Geo W, salesman J M High & Co, bds 85 Crew J^^ 

C^J " Jesse W, sec and treas, Atlanta St R R, r 520 Peachtree 

CQ " Noah S, bkkpr and solicitor Manry & Riley, r 85 Crew hh 

CO " R S, mach R & D R R, bds 87 Loyd ^J 

^^^ Cultivator Publishing Co, Geo W Harrison sec and gen ^^ 

^^^ mngr, props Sou Cultivator and Dixie Farmer, 32-34 

^^^ W Alexander 

^^^ Culver Cornelius, c, flagman G P R R, r 81 Cain 

^^^ " Walter A, contractor, r n e cor Ashby and Sells ave, W E 

,— . Cumbra W G, helper R & D R R ^H 

"^ . Cummings Anderson, c, driver, D T Howard, bds 126 Washington ^P^ 

ct "§ " Fred, with Hoffman & Co, r Washington ave, bey limits ^^^ 

i^ CO " Fred, r, porter, bds 11 S Calhoun ^^1 

-g = " George, r, lab Atl St R R, r 133 Old Wheat ■ ■ 

^ L. " Henry, c, plasterer, r 33 Reed 

^ '' James B, grocer, S Pryor at dummy round house, r Bell- 

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' James E, saloon Wall cor Pryor, r Grant cor Millidge 
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1^^ Cummings Laura S (wid Cass), boarding, 24 Luckie ■ 

g^_ " Orange, c, cook W S Armstrong, r rear 130 Washington r--" — < 

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^^^ " Wm B, asst foreman Fire Co No i, bds 142 Crew 

^^ Cuneo P J (Cuneo & Jones), bds 25 Wheat 

— " & Jones (P J Cuneo, B F Jones), tckt brokers, Markham Ho g S* 

Cunningham. Alexander T, genl agt Mutual Life Ins Co of <=^ "^ 

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C^^ " Charles, fireman Metropoliton Street R R Co 

' " Charles H, fireman W & A R R, bds 75 Alexander g? 

^^-, Crawford, c, lab, r 286 McDaniel ^ 

Q5I " Emily (wid John T), r 13 E Fair 

' " Frank, c, porter Aaron Haas, r 172 E Ellis _A 

Frank J, wks Southern Box Factory , ^ a ^s_/.,/ 
Fred, bds 8 Beerman iL/y''K'v---) 

George C, c, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co, r rear 5 Jennings 
George W, carp, r 75 Alexander 
Harvey C, boilermaker, bds 88 McDaniel 



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" John, trav King Hardware Co, r Decatur Ga ?° S. 

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• >, . "J Thomas, wks Wellhouse & Sons, r 13 E Fair 

co'f = Cunning-ham Malcolm (Kempton, Delkin & Co), bds 361 

jgj^ ^ Capitol ave 

•^ " Robert B, elk Atl Nat Bank, bds 52 Capitol ave 
R E, policeman, r 52 Capitol ave 
Sallie C (wid James G), dressmaker, r 188 Whitehall 
Samuel, c, (Cunningham & Maddox), r 63 Eockwell 
Thomas G, col Merchants' Bank, r Decatur Ga 
Wm, c, waiter Kimball House, r rear 156 S Prvor 
Wm, fireman E T V & G R R, bds 279 Windsor 
W W, elk Atl Nat Bank, bds 52 Capitol ave 
& Maddox, c, (S Cunningham and J R Maddox), grocer.s 
* 119 Wheat 

J 2 I Curbo"W, see also Kierbo^v 

^ «.S " D Newton, carp V inship Mach Co 
*^ Curby Wm, c, cook, r 25 Holcomb al 

■_ ^ . Curdy M, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

Cureton Alonzo, c, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r33i N Fort 

>" Charles, c, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
" John, helper Jarvis Buggy Co, r 63 Boulevard 
(I) " Wm, r, lab Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r rear 212 Haynes 

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KfP Curlee Martha, (wid Joseph O), rms 100 Chapel ^ \W 
rj Curlette Miss Margery, teacher Washington Sem'ry, bds 50 Walton ~ 

Or tf) Curley Columbus, stone cutter Patterson Bros O ^^ 

^^^ " Wm, c, lab M Barwald & Co " ^ 

PQ h3 Curran Albert V, oper W U Tel Co, bds 90 Rawson □ 

1-3 " Clyde, elk J B Redwine, bds 90 Rawson ^ 

< " Edward D, bkkpr W R Philips, bds 90 Rawson JP 

vQ X " John M, tinner, r 98 Rawson ^ 

^ " Joseph, hoseman Eng Co No 4, bds 7 Pulliam ^ 

-u f-i Currier Charles E, cash Atl National Bank, rms 31 Fairlie C 

UU i-i " Henry M, repr Estey Organ Co. rms 42 Church ^ 

n\ X Curry Albert, c, lab, r 85 Humphries ^\ 

UJ > " Alex, c, lab, r 32 PJiggers )tf 

> " Augustus, c, chair repairer, r 190 Houston pL 

N " Columbus, woodworker N C Spenee ^ 

[Ij 01 '< Rev Hardy, c, grocer 164 Eraser, r same A 

" Richard, c, office boy A G Hobbs, bds 202 Fort \J 
QJ " Richard, c, truckman A & W P R R, rms 93 Tatnall 
^w Curtis Alfred L, elk W M Curtis, bds 264 W Peters 
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JTI Curtis Benjamin F, wks Fulton Co St R R, r 123 Walker 
A " Benjamin P, wagon mkr 149 W Peters, bds 123 Walker 

H " Eliza A, (wid Wm), boarding house 24 Houston 
Jg^ " James A, carriage mkr 28 N Broad, r 152 Jackson 

" Wm A, carp, r Bellwood ave ^^ii^ 

" Wm K, r 31 Nelson ^^^^ 

" Wm M, druggist 21 W Mitchell a-nd 266 W Peters, r 264 same ^^2 
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J3^ " Aleck, <•, butcher J A Pardue C3 

Try " Benjamin F, mach hd W S Bell L & I Co, r 144 Gilmer ^"^ 

-^^^ " Benjamin F, sergt police, r 11 Calhoun ^J^ 

-^^ " Charles, c; helper J W Rice C^3 

N" " t)aniel, mach hd W S Bell L & I Co, r S Boulevard 
X " George, porter A G Candler & Co, r Edgewood 

AjA " Parks, c, butler A H Locke, r rear 19 Linden 

■YY " Thomas M, c, porter Perdue & Egleston, bds 11 Trenholm 
"^-^ " Walter, carp, r 151 Gilmer 

jX. " Ward F, city salesman Milner Bros & Co, r Edgewood 
JB^ " Wm, c, driver A G Candler & Co, r Edgewood 

Cushman Thomas, blacksmith W H Roche, bds Gate City Hotel 
^^ Custom House, Marietta cor Forsyth and Fairlie 
W' Cuthbert Charles, c, butler Mrs Emma Bell 

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-■i^ Cutler Charles A, cabinet maker, bds 126 Edgewood 

:^^ " John M, agt Mallory Steam Ship Line, 41 S Broad, r 28 Ch 

-■-' Cyrus Thomas, c, cook Kattenhorn & Vignaux 

AjA T~~\ /^~\ IV T ' ^ I ^ cease to remember that Blue is now at 73 

,3;^ I J V_y i^ 1 Whitehall Street. Fine Watch Repairing a 

JtV specialty. Good goods, low prices, easy payments 

^^k. Dabney Henry, c, wood Elliott cor Rock, r 146 .\lexander 

J[^ " Jonas, c, lab, r 400 Old Wheat 

^1 " Wm, r, gardner Pat Calhoun 

'^^ Dade Coal Co The, Jos E Brown pres, Elijah A Brown sec and 

treas, rm 6 Brown block 

^^ Dagget Henry, c, lab, bds 177 Fort 

rTr\ " Hunter, <:, lab, r 177 Fort 

-_- Daggett Richard, c, waiter the Marlborough 

-*-V Dagnall Elbert W, pattern maker, r 1 2 Hightower 

.^^L Dahlgren Ira S, bds 366 W Peachtree 

jj^ " John A, sten Atl Cotton Seed Oil Mills, bds 366 W Peachtree 

Airs " Mary, (wid Charles), r 366 W Peachtree 
" Rowan F, bds 366 W Peachtree 
Daily see also Daly 



I^est gtool^ Imported 

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Babies' Picturesj J^*^^ Premium Art Gallery, 

A SPECIALTY AT ( 333^ WHITEHALL STREET. 

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Dailey George W, wks E T V & G shops, r 1 1 Middle 
" Samuel E, wks R & D R R shops, r 59 Windsor 

Daily Henry P, elk Keely & Co, bds 8)4 W Mitchell 
" Phillip J, peddler, r 226 W Fair 
" Wm, c, wks J T Hogan & Son 

Dale Walter R, wks Boyd & Baxter, r Jackson, Bellwood 

Daley Daniel, carp C R R * 0(B 

" Nancy (wid Lee), r 233 Decatur ^^ 

Dallas Benton, c, city lab, r 82 Porter ^^^ 

" Burt Yj, collector Geo J Dallas, bds Gordon, W E ^^3 

Dallas George J, real estate, 43 S Broad, r Gordon, W E C^3 

" Henry, c, lab, r 74 Bradley ^"^ 

" Henry, r, wks R & D R R ' ^^ 

Dalton James, painter, r Bellwood ^^j 

D'Alvigney Caroline (wid Noel), r 186 S Boulevard ^^i 

" Charles, dentist, r 186 Boulevard C^O 

" George H, fruit stand Grant's Park, r 18 Reed . _ 

Daly, see also Dailey C., 1 

" Ellen (wid Patrick), r 10 Brotherton O I 

" John H, trav M C & J F Riser & Co, bds 149 Loyd • § 

" J H, cutter J A Anderson, bds Kimball House o* m 

" Kate (wid Martin), r 149 Loyd SS*" 



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Mo. xo Decatur Street. 



Dame Miss Mary A, teacher Spelman Seminary 

Dameron Augustus, office boy J C Kimball, bds 206 W Peters 

" AS, coupler Cen R R 

" John D, salesman Hirsch Bros, r 214 Haynes 

" Oney S, wks Cen R R, r 14 Cooper 
Dampman George E, asst foreman E T V & G shops, r 142 Smith 
Dana Miss Amy H, teacher Spelman Seminary 
Danforth P A, elk Jeter & Camp, r Fairburn~Ga 

" Wm R, wks E T V & G shops, r Gate City, bet Rockwell 
and Berrell 

" (refused information) elk F E Block 
Daniel, see also McDaniel 

" Abler G, solicitor Sou Alliance Farmer, r 37 E Mitchell 

" Alexander, c, lab, r 112 Williams 

" Andy, (\ lab, r 112 Sampson -— 

Daniel Bros, (L J & Charles) canaries parrots and monkeys, ^ C^ 

cigars and tobacco, fruits and confectionery 15 Marietta -o r-f 

" Charles, (Daniel Bros), bds 76 Courtland ave > ^ 

" Charles, c, wks Van Winkle Gin & Machinery Co " O* 

" Columbus, c, lab G P R R, r near cor Wallace and State » o^ 
Daniel Cornelius J, wall paper and furniture, domestic sewing "" ^ 
machines 42 Marietta, r 82 Forest ave -* '~^ 

GEO. CROUCHjCarving in Marble, stone 
77 i.oyd St., opp. Catholic cbiircta.l and Gpanito a Specialty. 




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■lliyifll I U5>^S.Bi«dStSMpag«69 J • Private Building^s. . 

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rf^ S Daniel David, carp, bds i8 Chestnut ^ 

■a w a " Drewry R, collector J J Woodside, bds 31 Ella bi( 

ft'S'S " Elizabeth, (wid Filmore H), r 20 Hills ave ^ 

i^ia " Frank, c, blacksmith Thomas Thurman, r 56 Ripley 

« a " Fred, bds 20 Hills ave 

«S S " George, c, porter F D Bush, r 42 S Butler 

'"'•iSi " Giss, c, porter Lumpkin, Cole & Calloway, bds 24 Wells 

■3 " Grant, c, wks W & A depot, r 172 Adam 

^P * " Green B, milliner M Kutz, r 9 Randolph 

vJii^ Daniel Isham, (J C & I Daniel), bds 67 N Pryo- 

■>. " James, c, barber P D Walker, bds Wheat 

Q " James, r, wks R & D R R, r rear 105 Gullatt 

Q) * Daniel James C, (J C & I Daniel), r Gordon, W E 

bp =a " J;imes C, cond C R R, r 72 Mangum M 

Job, r, lab, bds rear 28 Mangum W ^ 



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Daniel John B, (Tel 211), whol and retail druggist, 30 E Wall, r V > 
52 W Harris ^ K^ 

" John F, lawyer 21}^ 'E Alabama, r Lee, WE T^ r 

" John H, r, barber H A Rucker, rms 57 Decatur RM 

'' John P, cond C R R, r 22 Bartow fj^ 

" John T, contractor, r 78 McAfee ffl 



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Daniel J C & I, (James C & Isham Daniel), boots, shoes, leather 

and findings, 32 Whitehall ^ 

" Larkin, r, carp, bds 68 Jones jj 

" Leonidas J, (Bushnell & Daniel &: Daniel Bros), bds 76 > 

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Leonard, (f, lab, bds 27 Welton Place O 

Marshall, c, wks A C Ladd & Co, res 46 Nunally's al r ^ 

M H, died Apr 21, 90 w co 

Neal, c, wks G P Ry z i" 

Oliver, c, porter S M Inman & Co . ° ^m 

Ottis, (wid Moses H) bds 1 1 E Peters O m 

Paul, c, lab W & A R R r to Green . 2 ^ 

Peter c, driver, r rear 28 Mangum m co 
Preston S, student, bds 62 Wheat 
Robert J, farmer, r 62 Wheat 

Royal J, meat market, 235 W Peters, r 125 Walker ® 

Rufus c, driver Brady & Miller, r 40 Sugar al 3" m 

Samuel B, fireman Fire Co No i § *§ 

Thomas, c, wks E S Nace ® S, 

Thomas E, cashier Atl St R R, bds 25 Wheat CO 






Tobe, c, lab Expo grounds ^ 

EXQEL5I2R STMn MUNDRT 

Ctoods CaUed tor And ]»eUT«rcd. 47 Bccatar Street. 



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Daniel Wesley, c, lab, rms 238 W Hunter 'iSW 

'• Wiley, c, porter W B Buchanan, r Chapel EkH 

" Wm, c, lab, r rear 10 Glynn 2*^ 

" Wm C, elk Daniel Bros, r 76 Courtland 5^ 

" Wm M, c, carj), r 259 Eraser 5'2 



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^S " Willis, c, (Daniel & Mathews) r 259 Magnolia 1^^ 

Oh " ^^'yly. ^» lab, r Fortune bet Morris and Highland ave '"SZ 

^W <. w D, lab, Manning Furn Co |s2 

wH " Wm H, policeman, r 630 Marietta • s^J} 

Pj " Zion, teacher, rms rear 28 Mangum % 

rKc4 " & Mathews, r, (Willis Daniel and Abraham Mathews) black- ^"T^ 

l*^S smiths, 167 Marietta M 

^ Daniell John S, with United Underwriters Ins, r 320 Whitehall 

^ 4 Daniels Mrs Eliza O, teacher Spellman Seminary ^ 

MJ " Fletcher, c, waiter Kimball House, r 3 Gas al ^E{ 

§ " Fred, wks Sou Furn Co 

\g^A " George, c, lab, bds 19 Johnson 0, U^ 

v2 « " Henry, c, wks Southern Box Factory <o gV 

^H " Peter, c, lab, r 379 W Hunter y) HH 

QQ <j " Sanford, c, lab, r 44 Teitlebaum al ' O 

■■^J " Wm, r, wks J Parker g hH 

1 " W B, elk John Ryan's Sons O " 



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^ Q OHOW OAwLLOi ei2 Courtland Ave. W ^ 

^ H Dann Emma (wid Benedict), r 90 Pulliam ^ ^^ 

<j Danoosky M, tinner H Franklin m 7/J 

^j Dansby Robert, c, drayman, r 28 Schofield . 

Zfi^ " Thomas, wks Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co Op 

v/-2a " Turner, c, carp, r 238 Wheat ^ 

f^j» " Wesley, c, broom maker, r Oliver. Edgewood ^\ 

\^r " Wm, c, coachman D N Speer, r rear 486 Peachtree ^^ 

P5nj " Wm, c, hackdriver, r 354 N Hilliard O 

C^ «■ Dantzler John E, elk John Ryan's Sons, rms 33 Wheat ^. _^ 

^ ' " Darby C L, died June 26. 1890 ^ 

^ : " Frank, elk C R R, bds Markham House ^ 

^^ Pi " Mary, (wid Wm), r 10 Corput ^ 

tj Q " W J, cabinet maker J Osier *i^t^ 

h* ' Q Darden Eugene, c, lab city j»s» 

^^ " J Knight, waiter Folsom's restaurant, r 237 Wheat S"C/) 

" Wm, c, lab, r rear 303 Washington -^Cj 

Dargan James, c, wks city, r bet Forest ave and Pine S-"^ 

Darnell, sec also Donnell sir "^ 
Darnell S A, U S Attorney Custom House, bds Kimball House * j-h 
Darracott, see also Derricott 
" Joscpli P, elk Keely Co 






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Moulding, £te. 
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Strong, Reliable and Liberal Co.'s. I 



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Strong, Reliable and Liberal Co.'s. I 22 limlsall Eouae, Secator St. Telephone 72. 



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Darracott Paul, elk C C Rodes Jr, bds 124 E Hunter 

Dashiell Robert E, elk D Morgan 

Daurn Jacob, carp, r 22 Borne 

Daus Adolph., saloon 46 and 123 Decatur, r 54 V2 S Broad 

FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. 



Choicest Drausrlit and Bottled Beer. 



V— Decatur, Cor. Calhoun, Atlanta, Ga. 

Davener Alfred, c, lab, r 4 Orme 

Davenport Alexander, c, lab, r 20 Lowe's al 

" Calvin, c, porter M M & W H Gardner, r 25 Clifford 

" Em^son, c, lab, r 6 Kennesaw al 

" .George G, wks Fulton B and C Mills, r 65 Fort 

AGENTS ROSIN DROSS KINDLING I ""M^ilStfiS^G^ov^E^R^"' 

CHEAPEST AND BEST. ( o>i e. Alabama st. • p. o. box 145. 



Davenport Isaac, c, lab, r 99 Larkin 

" Jones C, Ry mail clerk, bds 416 Whitehall 

" John, c, lab, rms 2 Kennesaw al 

" Martha (wid Wm), r 89 Luckie 
Dares J L, prof English and Greek, M P M A, bds Edgewood 
David Erastus C, grocer 249 W Mitchell, r 36 Davis 

" Zach, c, carp, r Martins alley 
Davidson, see also Davison 

'" Asbury, watchman Atlanta St R R 

" B, with J M High & Co, bds 37 Walton 

" Henderson, c, lab, r 136 E Harris 

" James, r, lab, r rear 311 Courtland 

" James, r, lab, r 136 E Harris 

" John S, meat mkt 85 Windsor, r 30 Richardson 

" Robert G, elk S C Glass, bds 112 Luckie 

" Thomas D, Jr, bkkpr Wood Stearns Beaumont Co, bds 426 
Whitehall 

" Wm H, night wchtmn Folsom's Hotel, r 11 W Mills 

" Wm M, mach, r 214 Cooper 
Davies Miss Daisy, tehr Fair St School, bds 296 Whitehall 

•' F Bartow, tchr, bds 296 Whitehall 

HUNNICUn & BELLINGRATH I SANITARY plumbers, 

36 and 88 Peachtree street. ( oteaiTl 3,110 UftS MlTerS. 



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^^1 Davies Marvin M, (Foote & Davies), bds 296 Whitehall *f* 

^** " Mary E, (wici Rev F Bartow), r 296 Whitehall §■■ 
■^ " Miss Sallie E, tchr West End Academy, bds 296 Whitehall ^^ 

O Davis Abraham, c, lab, r 177 Chapel ^^^ 

" Albert, c, lab, r 208 W Hunter ^^ 

Albert L, printer Ad Newspaper Union, r 30 W Mitchell ^^ 

Alexander, r, lab, r 202 W Hunter ^^F 

Anderson, c, waiter Kimball House, r 123 Houston ^^J 

Anderson, c, wks E T V & G shops, bds 313 Eraser ^^m 

Andrew W, lumber 61)^ E Alabama, r 35 Larkin mh 

Archibald H, lawyer 241^ S Broad, r 13 Baltimore place ^A_, 

■ Arthur, mach, r 28 Expo grounds ^^^ 

M0^ " Augustus, wks Dobbs Lumber Co ^^^' 

^0j " Augustus, f, hackman, r 13 Granger ^^^ 

A T, mess Sou Exp Co, bds Marshall House ^H 

Benjamin, coroner, r 73 E Fair ^^^ 

Benjamin C, tchr, r 131 S Pryor «^b 

Booker, c, buUer C C McGehee, r rear 497 Peachtree ^^M 









Gary S, student, bds 23 Brotherton 

Cecil, c, lab, r 327 E Hunter 

Charles C, cond W & A R R, r country 



O i*! " Charles W, wks Van Winkle G & M Co g. \J 



§ f THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL f £ 

(l.ate(s(IinproTed.) liastsSO YearsorMorelnReg^uIarVse. 34 S. Broad '^ \J 

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O Davis Rev Christopher C, r 27 Tatnall ^ ■*" 

^ DC " Coke, mess M Rich & Bros 



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Daniel, barber J W Eubanks, r Decatur ^ Q 



N " Daniel, c, blacksmith R & D R R shops, r 235 Wheat ® 



O *" " Daniel, c, lab, r 85 Larkin 

^ " Dan, r, lab, r 6 Daniel -J^ (0 



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Daniel, f, porter Maddox, Rucker &: Co, r 194 Richardson 

Daniel, c, lab, r rear 325 Courtland ^ 00 

Daniel, c, shoemaker 126 W Mitchell, bds 204 Elliott '^ ^ 

Dave, c, lab Exposition grounds Jj O 

David, c, wks Gholstin, Haas & Guihman, bds 85 Larkin V O 

David B, c, janitor Moore's Business Colg, r 194 Richardson ^ 

Dink, c, lab, bds rear iii Courtland t^ 
Dudly, c, brickmason, r 54 S Terry 

Earl, c, waiter, r 160 N Butler | CO 

Early, c, gardener, r Randolph bet Houston and Johnson ave op S 

Edgar, c, barber M H Bentley <x> jp 

Edward M, eng r 49 Bush '^ "H 

Elbert, c, brickmason, r 155 Clarke o^ ^ 

Ellis, (Ellis Davis & Co), r Rockmart Ga ^ 

Mrs E A, wks American Match Co -a d 



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Cor. Mitchell & Mangrum Sts. Tel. 1046 I Moul 



Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

Interior and Exterior Flnisli. 

Mangrum Sts. Tel. 1046 I Kouldlng^. Ornaments, Etc. 





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Syriagti, Combs, Toys, Bands, Erasers, Eto. 



Atlanta Rubber Co. 



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*^ Davis E H, vvks Technological School Shop 

o) " Fay, c, brickmason, r 145 E Harris 

^ " Frank, c, lab, rms 17 E Hunter 

g " Fred, news agt, bds Bristol House 

■*^ " George, printer, bds 35 Larkin 

"g " George, c, cutter Ga Ice Co 

0) " George, c, wks A Nash 

c " George, c, lab, r 326 E Hunter 

2 " George W, bricklayer, r Grove i n Exposition 

^ " Hattie O, (vvid James), r 55 Walton 

5 " Haynes H, flagman, G P R R, r 11 Mills 

" Henry, c, lab, r 12 Thurmond 

" Henry, c, wks Union depot, rms 3^2 Ivy 

" Henry, c, wood and coal, r Newman's al 

" Henry W, elk The Lowry Banking Co, bds 221 S Pryor 

" Henry W, with H C Hudgins & Co, r 20 Capitol ave 

" Hiram G, carp Pittman & Co, r 2 Little 

" Horace, c, cook J L Phelps 

" Isaac, c, lab Atl St R R 

" Jacob, c, brickmason, r 52 S Terry 

" Jacob C, foreman Met St R R hands, 316 Form wait 

" James, c, wks W&ARR, riygE Baker 



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Davis James, carp, r 74 W Harris 

" James, horseshoer G H Irby Horseshoeing Co, r 128 Rhodes 

" James, c, barber A Nash, r 85 Houston 

" James, c, city lab, r 62 Howell 

" James, c, lab, r 66 James 

" James, c, lab, r Flat Shoals road 

" James, c, lab, bds 138 Houston 

" James, c, wks W & A R R, r 179 E Baker 
Davis James A, (Jas A Davis Water Wheel and Machry Co), 
r 76 Capitol ave (See center lines) 

" James A, (Mason & Co), r W Peters 

" James B, carp, r 314 Luckie 

" James A J, wagon mkr 28 N Broad, r same 

" James H, plumber Paul & Gullatt Mfg Co. r 170 W Hunter 

" Jeff, wks Rose & Co, r 415 N Calhoun 

" Jefferson, wks Sec of State, r 73 E Fair 

" Jerry, c; porter Sou Ex Co, r 40 Richmond 

" Rev Jesse, c, r 55 Gate City 

" John, butcher, r 636 Marietta 

" John, c, but'er r 313 Eraser 

" John, i', gardener, r 92 Randolph 

1f%f%t% ( OLDEST AND LARGEST HOUSE in the SOUTH. 1 d A A A 
Uuki CHAMBERLIN. JOHNSON & CO. lIxUII 

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Davis John, c, lab, r 20 Alexander 

" John, c, i)orter G W Avant, r 109 Williams 

" John, r, wks Atlanta Paper Co, r 175 Rawson 

" John H, r, lab Atl & W P R R, bds i Thurmond 

" John M, lab, r i Carter 

" John N, patternmaker Houchin & Moor, rms 82 S Forsyth 

" John P, salesman, r cor Oak & Pearl, West End 

" Joseph, elk W H Brown, bds Williams 

" Joseph, c, barber, A Nash 

" Joseph, c, lab, rms 52 Lowes al 

" Mrs Jos H, bds 103 Richardson 

" Joseph M, wks Oakland cemetery, r 69 Grant 

" Joseph M, Jr, wks Trowbridge Fur Co, r 69 Grant 

" Joseph R, co'^tractor, r 100 Pine 

" J Thomas elk Folsom's restaurant, r 289 Luckie 

" J L, conductor Metropolitan Street R R Co 

" JO, trav Harralson Bros & Co, r Newnan, Ga 

" Lee, ^, lab, r 14 Parks 

" Lee, c, lab, r 55 Boulevard 

" Lewis, r, rms 165 Chapel 

" Lizzie J (wid Jonathan), r 76 Capitol ave 

" Mrs Louise, dressmakr, 30 W Mitchell 



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18 WHITEHALL STREET. 







Davis Loveic B, carp, bds 2 Ella 

" Lucius, c, carp, bds 175 Rawson 

" Malcolm Z, carp, bds 35 W Simpson 

" Mary C (wid J C), r 27 Luckie 

" Mary E (wid Benj B), i" 143 Capitol ave 

" Mary E (wid James), r 53 E Harris 

" Mary J (wid Samuel), r 316 Formwalt 

" Middie E (wid Thomas^, dressmaker, r 12 Glynn 

" Miss Minnie B, elk Maier, & Berkele, bds 27 Tatnall 

" Missouri N (wid E M), bds 30 Kelly 

" Morgan A, bkkpr H C Hudgins & Co, r 23 Brotherton 
Davis N Wilson, civil eng 24 14 S Broad, r 24 Houston 

" Orange, c, grocer, 151 W Peters, r same 

" Richard, c, wks R & D R R, bds 6 Daniel 

" Robert, c, broom maker, r Blackmon bet Forest and Angier 

" Robert A, painter, r 2 Dairy 

" Robert P, elk Keely Co, bds 152 Whitehall 

" Robert T, c, driver Keely & Co, r 247 Crew 

" Robert W, wks E T V & G shops, r Gate City bet Rockwell 
and Berrell 

" R M, wks Woodward Lum Co 



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AnninriiT moiini line r prompt and liberal settlements. 
AublllbN I IHbUnAHbt] TORBETT & McCANDLESS, state Agents, 

XmplOTOM LtoUity Ajrennw Corpontioo. i 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

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I' Davis Samuel, died Jan 6, 1890 

13! " Samuel D, i, porter J A Anderson & Co, res 231 W Hunter 

IE " Sherman, i\ grocer, r 47 Chattahoochee 

lES " Sidney, c, lab, r 7 Gas alley 

3^ " Stephen H, harness 46 Peachtree, r 39 E Cain 

" S M, carp Beutell Mfg Co 

" Thomas, c, driver Herren's Hack Line 

S " Victor R, salesman J P Stevens & P>ro, bds 25 Wheat 

I^ ' " Vincent, bricklayer, r Jackson Bellwood 

lES " Virgil, c, lab, res 98 Larkin 

I '* Walter, pressman C P Byrd, bds 35 Larkin 

i^T " Warren, c, lab, res 102 Hogue 

G" " Wesley, carp, r 27 Fowler 

" Wm, lab, bds 78 Hogue 

" Wm, c, carp, r 226 Jones 

^3 " Wm, <;, carp, res 6 Granger 

E " Wm, c, lab, r 67 Brady 

10 " Wm C, student, bds 27 Tatnall 

" Wm J, receiving teller Lowry Banking Co, bds 318 S Pryor 

' Wm L, carp, r 32 Beach 

' Wm Z, eng R & D R R, r 331 E Fair 

' Wils, c, blacksmith, r 22 Trenholm 






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__, r r il U U 11 U (X U llil 1 U Gall at Atwater Carriage Co., 88 to 47 W. Alabama St. 

^^ Davis Woody, r, lab, r 21 Holcombal 

^S " W A, lab Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co 

•E " W C, express agt, bds 97 Loyd 

S " W E, with C E McCandliss, r Monticellu, S C 

S " w G, tel opr W U T Co 

^2 " Rev, {-, pastor Antioch Bap Ch, bds 74 Foundry 

S Davison, see also Davidson 

" R Lee, cabinetmkr Atl Piano Mfg Co, r 20 Pratt 
Davisson John W, canvassing agt R G Dun & Co, r 296 Boulevard 
Dawes Miss Sarah E, teacher Spelman Seminary 
Dawson Alexander, druggist 365 W Peters, r same 

" Charles, r, wks Gate City Light Co, r Pittsburg 

" Edward, c\ drayman Moore, Marsh & Co 

" Edward J, c, lather, r 348 Martin 

" Elizabeth (wid Reuben), r 18 E Cain 

" Gus, r, restaurant, r 215 Foundry 

" Homer, engr W & A R R, r 183 Haynes 

" James, c, cook, r rear 29 Wheat 

" Jeff, c, lab, r i George 

" J E (O'C'onncr, Ellis & Co), bds Kimball House 

" J Henry (Moore, Marsh & Co), r 18 E Cain 

H. G. KUHRT, No. 1 WHITEHALL ST. 

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Dawson John H, c, elk T R Dawson, r 

" McCallum, elk W & A R R, r 174 Haynes 
" TuijS K, c, grocer 139 W Peters, r W Foundry 
" Wm, with D Morgan 
" Wm C, trav M & J Hirsch, r 18 E Cain 

Day Charles, c, butler J L Purson, r rear 145 Capitol ave 
'' Edmund, c, eoffinmaker D T Howard, r 18 E Mitchell 
" Edwin F, elk J T Hagan, r 94 Gillett 
" George W, c, fireman G P R R, r 4 Maple 
" James, c, eng Atl Excel Co, r old Barracks 
" O L, bkkpr S W Day, r 132 GuUatt 
" Robert L, bkkpr Malsby & Avery, bds 80 Nelson 
" Samuel W, fish and oysters i E Alabama, r 132 Ckillatt 
" Thomas J, elk S W Day, bds 168 S Pryor 
" Wm, c, lab, rnis 35 Porter 

" Wm E, c, shoemaker A J Delbridge, r 78 Richmond 
" Wm G, blksmith, r 48 Crumley 

Dealock Jesse, r 277 E Hunter 

Dean Charles M, eng ETV&GRR, r9i Smith 
" Charles N, cond G P R R, r 86 Plum 
'' Filmore, c, lab, r 337 Fraser 
" George, c, lab r Grant, bet Clark and Jones 



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OF NEW YORK. ( No. 10 Decatur Street. 

Dean George A, bds 84 Plum 

" Henry, c, wks E H Thurman, r Hunter 

" James A, elk J M Friend, r 24 Calhoun 

" John W, fireman C R R, r 158 W Hunter 

" J A, switchman G P R U 

" Mary (wid John), r 84 Plum 

" Newton, wks J G Thrower 

" Samuel C, student, bds 22 Houston 

" Thomas A, elk A McKerrell, bds 84 Plum 

" Walter, foreman Sou Agrl Wks, r 49 McAfee 

" W J, fireman C R R 
Dearing Alfred L, messenger Sou Ex Co, bds 36 Georgia ave 

" Henry C, printer Journal, bds. 14 Schofield 

" Mareella, (wid Alfred L), r 36 Georgia ave 

" Paul W, elk A S Howard, bds 36 Georgia ave 
DeArmond S H, pass cond ETV&GRR 
Deas Harry B, manfrs agt 245^ S Broad, res loi Richardson 
Deavours Robert, eng ETV&GRR, r 254 Ira 
DeBelle Robert F, bkkpr M Rich & Bros, r 64 Wheat 

" R B, elk J M High & Co 
DeCamp Edward H, printer Constitution, bds 68 McDaniel 



GEO. CROUCH J Monuments, Headstones 
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pPpW jflixon & Iiindsey,} 

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'J Estimates, Plans and Specifica- 
tions. Manufactories, Mills, 
Stores and euery kind of build- 
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agyo Decatur Isaac C, c, hackman, res 238 W Mitchell 

«B8fl " J^'^'^i^s D, c, lab bds 238 W Mitchell 

■^ - - " Wm J, <:, wks Fincher & Fincher, bds 238 W Mitchell 

Dechaum Andre, chef Kimball House 
ntf^MW Deckner James J, cabinet builder, r 114 Humphries 
dS^-i> Decoursey J C, driver Atlanta St R R 



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oS Dedge Graham, ofifice boy Atl Lumber Co, bds 175 Simpson 



^'loa " Rufus L, carp, r 175 Simpson 

J§c5WW Dedmon M D LaFayette, carp, r n \v cor Haynes and Henry 

""^ Deese W V, wks L H Hall & Co, bds 350 Luckie 

-+-• DeFoor Charles L, (Dr H C Cook & Co), bds 73 Walker 

^ q5 " James A, grocer 231 W Peters, r 73 Walker 

V|j I " John C, elk J A DeFoor, bds 73 Walker 

^ s " Charles, c, wks G P Ry 

^ I Dege Chas F, elk John Ryan's Sons, bds 92 Ivy 

O &, Degg Mrs Mattie, milliner Mrs B C Frye, bds 39 Plum 

y 2 DeGive Julius L, bds 35 Irwin ^ ^ 

J 1 " Laurent, prop DeGive's Opera House and Belgian Consul, *§ ^ 

» * 37^^ Marietta, r 35 Irwin 2. ^-^ 

n" *> " Paul L, asst mngr Opera House, r 35 Irwin S" Q 

^" I " Opera House, Laurent DeGive prop, Chas A Howard treas, JJ ^T 

<; ^ 31-37 Marieita S 3 

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DeGraffenreid Marshall, ins agt, r 43 Houston 

DeGroat Walter, contractor, r Martin n e cor Haygood, S Atl 

Deihl Albert H, mach, r 26 Spring 

" Albert L, trav Ga Soap Co, r 57 E Peters S 

" George A, mach W & A R R, bds 26 Spring "^ 

" Joseph D, Foreman Bradfield Printing Co, bds 26 Spring 5 
Deine Andrew H, wks Atl Brewing Co, r 118 Decatur > 

" Edward, driver J J Springer, bds 118 Decatur T 

Dejarnette Mrs G H, private school, 19-21 W Cain _j ^^ 

DeLamater Clilon G, (wid Lucius) r 70 Tatnall 2. Q 

Delaney George W, r, mess U S Int Rev Ofifice % ■ ■ 

" Ira, elk Elkin-Watson Drug Co, bds 70 Tatnall J 

" Calhoun, mess Postal Tel Cable Co, bds 40 Pratt 3 ^^ 

" Cyrus M, civil engineer, bds 29 Powers ., fU 

" George W, c, wks Budden & Son, r 226 W Hunter w 

" Thomas N, clerk Ga R R, r 40 Pratt • 0^ 

Delay Daniel A, elk R & D R R, r 5 Antoinette f^ 

" Francis Q, r Curran near cor Emmett \^ 

'• James M, carp R & D R R, r 21 Badger Q 

" Jefferson, night watchman, r 5 Antoinette # 

" Jonn F, fireman W & A R R vj 

Q^jceelsior ® gteam # I^aundrj/*, 

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Sells, Bents and Exchanges Dairy, Fruit and 
Truck Farms in all Parts of Georgia. 

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Delay Roland J, night watchman, r 26 Pitman 
" Wm E, wks A & W P R R, r 24 Fitzgerald 

DelBondio Charles, sten R M S, bds 24 Houston ^^ 

" Wm L, elk B C DeLeon, bds 24 Houston 2 SQ 

Delbridge Allen J, c, shoemaker 22 Whitehall, i" 319 Wheat ^^ ^^ 
(See adv p 41) 
" Charles L (C L & T J Delbridge), bds Kimball House q, r^ 

" C L & T J, (Charles L & Thomas J) paper 17-19 W Peters 3J pQ 
" George W, Proctor and Prof Obstetrics Ga Eclectic College 

phys Tij4 Peachtree, r 37 Poplar 
^' Robert C, elk C L & T J Delbridge, bds 37 Poplar 
" Thomas J (C L & T J Delbridge), bds 45 Capitol ave -. ^ 

Deleetalave Co, 75^ Peachtree ^ \^ 

DeLeon Benjamin C, mdse broker 83^2 S Broad, bds Kimball House n 7/} 
" Paul, c, brander S M Inman & Co "* 

Delk General T, stock dealer, r 126 McDaniel 
" Wm P, elk J R Gregory, r 221 E Fair 

Delkin Antone L (Kempton, Delkin & Co), r 323 W Peach 
tree 

Delleshaw, see also Dillesha-w 

" Caroline (wid Edward), r 86 N Terry 

" Thomas D, watchman Ga R R, r 51 S Terry qj 



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Dellingham Mary (wid Mathew), (Dillingham & Jackson), r 37 N 2^<5 

Pryor ►^'?^ 

" Mrs V, bkkpr the People's Installment Co, bds 439 E Fair CD . . 

" & Jackson (Mrs M Dellingham, Miss M E Jackson), dress >-* ^ 

Cr# makers, 37 N Pryor h^S 

DeLoach Alonzo A, pres, sec and treas DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r ^fS 

59 Luckie g*^ 

1 12 " Homer A, v prest DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 43 Alexander ^ ►^ 



i- " J 1), opr Sou Bell Tel & Tel Co 7a - 

^ DeLoach Mill Mnfg* Co, Alonzo A DeLoach, pres, sec and 
treas. Homer A DeLoach, v pres, mnfrs saw and grist 
I*] mills, water wheels, etc. Highland ave, nr R & D R R 



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DeLong John, bailiff, r near Bellwood ave p *<! 

f/^Q Delphey Augustus, pressman Thomason & Son, bds 11 Terry CO W 
0) " Emily (wid Augustus), r 11 Terry 

y " John H, pressman Constitution, bds 11 Terry Q*** 

tc Demarest Glascow, c, carp, bds 194 Richardson O 

" Louis, c, carp, r 194 Richardson O • 

Dement Albert, painter, r Flat Shoals road ^ 
Demons George, c, cook, r 52 Bell 



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AljblLlbN I INbuKAHljt] TORBETT k McCANDLESS, state Agents, 

Empleyen UMOttr iouuM Corperatloa. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

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f\ Demos Glascoe, c, carp, r 370 E Fair 

0^ Dempsey Frank, c, waiter Markham House 5^ 

, ri " Reuben P, conductor W & A R R, r country — ^ 

" Robert M, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 21 Borne CO 

" Robert M, Jr, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 21 Borne S h^ 

" Wm, carp, bds 56 Gate City O 

" Wm S, elk D H Dougherty & Co, r 165 Luckie 2 ^ 



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A Mj vvm o, ciK LJ n jjougnerty ot v^o, r 105 i^ucKie ^ 

0^ Deneen John, grocer 265 W Peters, r same 5 ^^ 

2S Denham Edward, lab, bds 2 Culver >• h^ 
.0 " James, carp, r 2 Culver 

jj 1^ " Sarah (wid Robert), r 2 Culver W t^ 

J Denk August, bkkpr, r 3 Factory ^ J^ 

35 ^ Denman George B, trav agt, bds 120 S Pryor — JJ^J 

flj ^ Dennard Benjamin U, carp, r 167 Ira 2 ^j 
^ " Junior W, wks E T V & G shops, bds rear s e cor Gate City J m 

fd ^ and Berrell CO ry^ 

«*• W " Lee, wks Atl Iron Foundry, r 146 Ira q ^j 

" Martha (wid Benjamin), bds 17 S Terry O 

" Wiley J H, fireman W & A R R, r 69 Spinks al r \J^ 

0* " Wylie F, flagman W & A R R, r 140 W Baker [I Q 
Dennett John R, wks E T V & G shops, r Gate City, bet Rock o ^ 

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^ Denning John V, carp, r Capitol ave, S Atlanta ^ 

•*»J I Dennington Elva S (wid Walter), rms 25 Walnut 5! ^Q 

^ iJ " Lewis, dyer G Bates & Co, r 25 Walnut J O 

^ Q (« -p ^^ j.j.g^y. jTj-gyer ^ Bradley, r Seneca, S C T J35 

p^ M Dennis Alexander, weaver Atl Cotton Mills, bds 14 Newton E. ^^ 

^ " Mrs A H, r Exposition Grounds ^ ^^ 

Ca " Culling C, r 246 Marietta X Jl^ 

^ >i " David L, wks E T V & G R R, r 7 Fortress - ^^ 

^ P " Frank L, steno B M Moody & Co, r 26 Wheat O »— ' 

^ " George, ^, wks E T V & G R R, r Railroad , O ^ 
**J fl " Green, wks Atl Cotton Mills, r 26 Hulsey 

^ ^ " Green, c, mech, r 350 Wheat Z >-^ 

J " Rev Henry C, c, r 205 Fort ^ J3j 
^5 '* Henry L, harnessmaker J S McLean & Lemke, r 408 C R R <^ f2^ 

^5 " Horrace M, wks Atl Cotton Mill, bds 246 Marietta % 

Q " James W, horse trader, r Curran, 2 s Emmett " C/5 

^ IB " John, brickmason, r 161 Foundry ^^ 
^ " John, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills 



I4J " John, c, porter Kimball House ^j 

^ " Joseph, wks Expo Mills, bds Fxp' ' 

Joseph, c, driver Brady & Miller 



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^ " Joseph, wks Expo Mills, bds Fxpo grounds ^m 

^ " Tosenh. c. driver Bradv & Miller ^^ 



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" _< Dennis Joseph L, printer and pub Sj/C Marietta, r 104 Pulliam 
c^ " Linton, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

^^ " Major, c, wood cutter, r 4 Austin al ^^ 

pr*^ " Monroe, brick layer, r 5 Lavvshe al ^^J 

" Monroe G, brick mason, r 3 Plum ^^ 

^" " Richard, i\ candy mkr F E Block, r 77 Magnolia ^J< 

^^^ " Scott, elk, bds Curran 2 s Emmett ^^S 

^ " Thomas, switchman E T V & G R R, bds 213 Cooper ^^1 

^^ " Virgil J, brick mason, r 61 Foundry ^^^ 

* **~^ " Warren, c, lab, r 18 Curtis al ^^^ 

^^ Dennison Chas H. foreman A Foote & Bro, r 11 Hightower 

^^ " James M, spring bed weaver, bds 301 Formwalt 

^^ " Joseph A, blacksmith, r 301 Formwalt 

" Napoleon B, c, lab W & A R R, r 339 Jones 
" Wm J, spring bed weaver, bds 201 Formwalt 
Denny Arthur H, ship elk Dobbs, Wey & Co, bds 52 Capitol av 
Denson Joseph M, lab, r 13 Expo grounds 
Dent John W, carp W & A R R, r 10 Spring 
-^ " J S, r, mess W V Tel Co 

^H " Wyley C, c, barber A Nash, r 194 E Harris , — • — , 

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^ I<ii tbe Best. Sold One-balf or all Casta or on Time. '<tf4 9$. Broad St. (t> ^S 

, Denton James A, elk Nelson, Morris & Co, bds 152 Whitehall J? ^ 

r^ " Richard W, car builder, r 132 Windsor ? mi| 

JJ^ '• Wm A, elk Nelson, Morris & Co, bds 152 Whitehall • Q 

^M Derbyshire Joseph, (Thos Kirke & Co), bds 11 Wheat ^ ^ 

^H Derden John H, carp, r 4 Stevens Z 

^i Derieth Julius, c, lab, r 33 Bell ^ CA 

Dernell Charles F, trim Weitzell & Fitzgibbon, r 35 Courtland av H 

Derrick Clark H, with Redus & McAllister, rms 19 Haynes H f/y 

" James A, trav New Home Sew Meh Co, r Nashville, Tenn W C9 

Derricott see also Darracott ^ ^ 

" Antony, c, (Mason & Co) r rear 22 W Mitchell |h g 

^ " Bareus. <-, gardner, r 3 E Baker t* r" 

5^ " George, c, porter I Phillips, r 65 Winships al ^ ^ 

Q^ " John H, c, porter George Muse, bds 64 E Baker H ■" 

^^ Dervey Richard, c, carp, r rear 170 W Hunter 'i ^ 

■^^ DeSaussure Douglas B, elk Atl Nat Bank, bds 221 S Pryor 02-'^ 

^^ DeSaussure George R (DeSaussure & Atkinson) cash Sou g" O 

^^ Banking and Trust Co, bds 221 S Pryor m^ 

^3 " John M, asst bkkpr, Langston & Woodson, bds 221 S Pryor p as 

" Mary R, (wid Henry K) r 221 S Pryor <^ ^ 

" Richard C, teller Sou Bnkg and Trust Co, bds 221 S Pryor 9] ^ 

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DeSaussure & Atkinson, (George R DeSaussure, H M 
Atkinson) Ins, Fire, Life and Accident, 7-9^^ Peachtree 
Dessau Fannie, (vvid Abraham), bds 146 Jackson 
Detreville Robert G, elk C R R, r 114 Smitli 
DeVaughn Dr, bds 70 Ivy 
Devereaux Frank I, mach R & D R R, r 33 Fulton 

" Henry, c, wks Kimball House 
Devine see also Divine 

" Andrew J, c, (Maddox & Divine), res 288 Decatur 
Devlin Arthur, r, wks E T V & G R R, bd, 151 W Peters 
Dewald George A, mdse broker, room 4 Gate City Bank Bldg, 

res Marietta Ga 
Dewberry Benjamin F, eng R & D R R, res 38 Johnson ave 
Giles, plumber, res 64 Mangum 
James, carp, bds 1 1 Liberty 
John, wks Kimball House, bds 14 Todd 
John, wks G W Welch, r 434^^ Marietta 
J Oscar, wks Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co, r Hampton bet 
Highland ave and Marietta 
" Wm L, mach VanWinkle G & M Co, bds 45 E Simpson 
DeWolf Walter S, bus mngr Sou Alliance Farmer, r 154 Courtland 
Dezell Thomas, c, wks Technological School, r 38 Hayden 



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Endowment Polices at Life Rates. 
See Page 39. 



Dial Richard, wks L H Hall & Co, bds 178 Luckie 
Diaz F R, cigarmkr A L Cuesta, bds Hotel Weinmeister 
Dibble Miss Cornelia T, school teacher, bds 320 Courtland 

" Wm J, mngr Mutual Lumber Co, r 320 Courtland 
Dick Mrs Rebecca, bds 147 Marietta 
" Robert, machinist, r 280 Windsor 
" Samuel K (S M Inman & Co), r Houston, Texas 
Dicken Kate S (wid LaFayette) (Bostwick & Dicken), r 108 Decatur 
Dickens Wm H, elk F P Singleton, bds 6 Lucy 
Dickerson, see also Dickinson 

Clara (wid James), r 62 Rock 

George, wks Atlanta Machine Works, r above 298 Decatur 

James, c, truckman W & A R R, r 132 N Butler 

James H, c, porter M Kutz, r 126 N Butler 

John, c, helper Winship Mach Co 

Landrum J, wks Boyd & Baxter, r 11 Ponder 

Sarah (wid Augustus), r 43 Jenkins 

Thomas E, liquor dealer, r 81 Plum 

Thomas W, watchman R & D R R, r s s Ga R R, Bdgewood 

Tyler, r 6 Antoinette 

Wm, wks Expo Mills, r 15 Exposition Grounds 

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S i S Dickert Augustus C, carp, r 42 Dillon 

j^*^ " Curtis L, mach R & D R R, bds 58 Jackson 

f- * " David M, bkkpr DeLoach Mill Mfg C, bds 58 Jackson 

S ' S " George F, tel opr R & D R R, bds 58 Jackson 

gT^^ " Henry, wks Cotton Mill, bds 42 Dillon 

■^*' " Jeff S, elk R & D R R, bds 58 Jackson 

(- . " Wilson H, elk W B Jackson, r 58 Jackson 

oca Dickey Anna E (wid Robert E), r 162 Thompson 

^. . - " Charles N, lab, r N Calhoun, nr Blakely 

1^^ I Dickey James L, gen frt agt W & A R R, r 289 Peachtree 

K^ " John R, Golden Transfer Co, cashier W & A R R, bds 264 

W . Peachtree 

hI 1(2 " Patrick, r, carp, r 29 Stonewall 

Q L! " Thomas, bartender A S Marshall, bds 289 Peachtree 






^ ;_, " inomas, oarienaer .'\ .3 iviarsnaii, uus 209 rcacnucc ^ 

^ ^ " Wm, c, wks A Foote & Bro J Q 

Pt^ J» " Wm A, carp, r Flat Shoals road A 

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J " Charles D, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 148 E Hunter 
K Dickinson John F, treas Sou Belting Co 45 Decatur, r 31 W 2 

tt Harris (See adv page 15) 

Q] " Levi J, elk H Wolf, bds 22 Church 



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Dickinson Martha V (wid David), r 58 Hood 

" Thomas H, salesman Atl Rubber Co, bds 143 Peachtree 
'"'' " Wm, c, wks Gate City Gas Light Co 

^^3 Dickson, se- also Dixon ^ ^u 

^^^^Z^ " Asbury, c, carp, r 217 W Mitchell • '^ 

^il-j^ " Benjamin, c, carp, r 53 Martin 
mt ^ " Charles, c, drayman, r rear 78 Luckie 
m m " Emma J, (wid Wm), boarding 155 Marietta 

" Felix, r, gardner, r rear 290 Washington 
B ^ ' "^ " Harriett, (wid Geo), r 179 Ivy 
*- * " Henry, canvasser Sir • Mfg Co 
B ■ ■ " Henry, r, lab, r 2 ""I • t! 

5 I "2 " James M, pressmai) ; nal, r 17 Hood 
" " John E, physician, ir . .55 Marietta' 

^^^ " Joe, c, driver H Hirsch 

" Joseph, c, porter S M Inman & Co 
I^^J " Robert, c, drayman, r 102 Larkin 

Tazwell T, city salesman, Langston & Woodson, r 369 

Whitehall 
Thomas, wks Oakland Cemetery, bds 160^2 Decatur 
Wm, t, butler J H James, r 65 Bradley 




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jl-> Dickson Wm, c, wks A Foote & Bro, r 179 Martin 

•AjjA (< \Yj-j-, £^ cabinet maker J Neal, bds 21 Hood 

jj " Wm M, with S M Inman & Co, r 378 Peachtree 

-»TS Didschuneit Ernest, lab, r Wilson near Bellwood ave 

•~^ Diemecke Paul, bookbinder Foote & Davies, bds 108 Marietta 

-^2. Dill Blanton, c, shoe maker, rear loi E Harris, r 200 Calhoun 

I^ '• Wm F, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 24 Williams 

Dillard Abram, c, musician, bds 254 Richardson 

jQ^ " Alfred, c, wks So Furn Co, 1 317 W Mitchell 

.jp^ " Benjamin, elk A M Robinson & Co 

^-y " Emanuel, c, gardener, r 40 Rawson 

!^ " John, c, lab, r 89 Martin 

-^f^ " Dr T, collector Scott & Liebman, r Clarkeston Ga 

(J^- " H, r, wks Southern Furniture Co 

^^ Dille George, salesman Standard Oil Co, bds 51 Wheat 

Dilleshaw see also Dellashaw 

^^ " Thomas, wks R & D R R, res Grant near Gullatt 



Dilley D O, printer, rms 146 Mangum 

Dillon Alexander, c, lab, r 7 C R R 

Dillworth Eliza J, (wid Junius), res 25 Markham 
"X Dimick Loderick M, propr Arlington Hotel 67 Marietta. 
Q (See page 59) 

S TBI! 1 iRPrBST Stocl Carriages, Pistons, Bnggles, Spring m 

t:^ lllii UiIIIUIjIJX faum waqonb in the oturH. atwater carriage co. 

3B^ Dimmock Wm R, (Dimmock & Wallace, Mitchell & Dimmock), 
j§| r 8 Wheat 

Dimmock & "Wallace, (W R Dimmock J M Wallace) whole- 

^5Jj sale grocers and com mer, (Tel 485) 9 S Forsyth f 

Dine Andrew H eng, r i\2>y^ Decatur , 

J^ Dingier George W, carp, r 217 McDaniel 

^a Dinkens Charles A, c, porter Wolf & Johnson, r 172 W Hunter ^ 

'^^ " Marie, r iii Spring, Handy Terrace ** 

-■^ Dinovvski Marion, tinner, r 226^ Wheat ^ 

Iv- Directory Ofl&ce (Tel 796), H G Saunders mngr. Chamber of r^ 

^^ Commerce Bldg ~. 

-»a^ Dismer Wm, carpet-layer John Ryan's Sons, r 277 Calhoun ^ 

Dittler Alex saloon 97 Whitehall, r 79 Pulliam ;j 

" Ferdinand, elk Alex Dittler, bds 79 Pulliam fi) 

^Sl Divine, see also Devine 

\^ " Kinsman C, physician loi}^ Whitehall, r 24 Houston 

jr " Michael J, printer C P Byrd, r 290 Spring 

^~^ " Virgil O, printer, bds 290 Spring 

^ Dixie Company The, Alex P Hull editor and propr, 15-16 
v^ Constitution Bldg (See adv, page 53) 

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Dixie Doctor Co, Medical Journal, 2)4 Marietta. (See 
adv, page 35) 
Dixie LiUmber & Mfg Co, W L Traynham pres, John Cooper 
secty and treas, C B McGaughey mngr, lumber mnfrs, 
141-163 Thompson 
Dixon, see also Dickson 

" Daniel, butler Mrs C H Strong, r rear i Baltimore place 

" James, wks Ga Stove & Range Co, bds 35 Expo grounds 
Dixon John Y, mngr Singer Mfg Co, r 42 E Baker 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 5 Newton 

" "R Fred, cutter Hirsch Bros, bds Grant House 

" Seaborn, c, gardener, r S Boulevard 

" Mrs Tabitha, bds 37 Tatnall 

" Warren P, ship elk F E Block, bds 108 Capitol ave 

" Wince, r, carp, r 75 GuUatt 

" Witt P, painter, bds 261 E Hunter 
Doane John A, r 185 S Pryor 
Dobbins Charles, c, wks W J Keeling 

" Charles T, bkkpr J A Mason, bds 164 W Peters 

" Chuck, wks L H Hall & Co, bds 11 Ponder 

" Dock, c, lab Sou Agrl Wks, bds 36 Mays 



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Dobbins J Mack, driver Adanta St R R, bds 185 Luckie 

" S, engG R R 

" Warren, c, drayman B & C Mills, r 52 Factory 
Dobbs Aaron, c, mason, r 191 Richardson 

" D J, fireman W & A R R 

" E Max, elk R O Campbell, bds 167 W Mitchell 

" Eugene, bkkpr Merchints' Bank 

" Hiram L, fireman W & A R R, r 62 Alexander 

" James, c, r 85 Tatnall 

" James I, col Singer Mfg Co, bds 9 Orme 
Dobbs James M (Dobbs Lumber Co), bds no Mangum 

" Jeff D, trav Dobbs, Wey & Co, bds 15 Wheat 

" John, lab, rms 19 Ella, old Barracks 

" John, c, wks Atl Newspaper Union, r .12 S Bell 

" Joseph, r 40 Factory 

" Joseph, c, musician, r 53 Edgewood ave 
Dobbs Lumber Co (James M and Walter E Dobbs), lumber 
mnfrs, mnfrs and dealers in long leaf yellow pine lum- 
ber, sash, doors and blinds, builders' hardware, mantels, 
interior and exterior finish, moulding, etc, cor Mitchell 
and Mangum (See bottom lines) 

GEO. CROUCH fMoniunental Aidiitect 
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Dobbs Peter, c, driver R O Campbell, r 121 E Harris 
" Samuel C, elk Asa G Candler & Co 
" Sanford, wks E T V & G R R, r 287 Whitehall 
" Sidney, c, driver C G White & Co 
" Susan, (wid Lindsy), bds 125 W Baker 
" Thomas, c, peddler, r 14 Tolbert al 
" Thomas W, mach hd W S Bell L & I Co, bds 19 Greens Ferry 

Dobbs Walter E (Dobbs Lumber Co), bds 167 W Mitchell 

Dobbs, Wey & Co, (Zachariah T Dobbs & Henry B Wey), 
crockery, glass and queensware, 45 Peachtree 

Dobbs Zachariah T, (Dobbs, Wey «S: Co), r 215 Houston 

Dobson Harry, wks Expo Mills, bds Expo grounds 
" Wm, wks Expo Mills, r Expo grounds 

Doby Sarah R, (wid Martin P), bds 54 N Forsyth 

Dockett H E, fireman W & A R R 

Dockens Henry, c^ driver, r 8 Mangum 

Dodd Asa M, wks C R R, r 90 Davis 
" Charles, c, drayman, bds 108 E Fair 

" Charles W, shp elk P & G T Dodd & Co, bds 99 Washington 
" Green T (P & G T Dodd &: Co), r 99 Washington 
" Gus T (Shropshire & Dodd), r 99 Washington 
" Harry, paper hanger A E Wolf, r 107 Luckie 



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Dodd John D, elk A Abraham, r 10 Martin 

" John W, cond E T V & G R R, r 43 Smith 

" Mary L (wid Samuel), bds 20 Rock 

" Philip (P & G T Dodd & Co), r 242 Whitehall 

" P & G T, & Co (P and G T Dodd, E F Clark, H J Smith, 
A J Chapman, J M Skinner, N J Wooding, J D Rogers) 
whol grocers, 32 E Alabama 

" Thomas C, bill elk P & G T Dodd & Co bds 99 Washington 

" Wesley, c, drayman, r 108 E Fair 

" Wm L. wks R & D R R, r 21 Savannah 

" W H, paper hanger C J Daniel 
Dodge Edwin H, foreman Atl Mfg Co, r 51 Calhoun 

'' Miss Francis A, teacher Spelman Seminary 

" James B, night yd master, G R R, r 24 S Moore 
Dodge Robert P, yd master G R R, r 62 Eraser 

" Wesley A, student, bds 42 Stonewall 
Dodge Rev Wm A, ed and propr Way of Life, 42 Stonewall, 
r same 

'• W H, wks Ga Elec Light Co, bds 128 Thompson 
Dodgen Warren A, carp, r 4 Warner av 
Dodgin Thomas, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 123 Jones av 

G«5ceelsiop # gteam m [^aundry, 

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Dodson I) W, (l)odson & Smith) bds 286)4 Marietta 
Henry, lab, r rear 214 S Pryor 
James F, elk Stewart & Ryan bds 108 Marietta 
T G, driver Atlanta St R R, bds 480 Decatur 
\Vm C, printers supplies, 23 E Mitchell, r 128 Crew 
& Smith, (D W Dodson & Robert C Smith) grocers, 288 
Marietta 

Dogan Isaiah, c, lab, rms 54 Castleberry 

Doggett Ann, r 55 Howell 

Doherty, see also Dougherty 

" John, bkkpr W Erskine, r 19 Warren place 
Dohme Robert, grocer 88 Whitehall, bds Kimball House 
Doke Anderson, c, safe & mach mover 20^4 W Ala, r 178 Martin 

Dokes c, carp, r 126 Houston 

Doles J R, teacher math M P M A, r Edgewood 
Dollar Annie L, (wid John) r 259 W Mitchell 

" Jesse H, wks G C Cofifin Fcty, bds South, near 4th 
Dolly George, c, porter E S Gay, r 226 Capitol ave 
Dolphus Ora O, piano mkr, bds Martin, South Atl 
Domer Peter J, supt A B Steele Lumber Co, r Chauncey, Ga 
Domini John, fine Wines, George Sword's Country Corn 
Whisky, Cigars and Tobacco 206 Marietta, r 139 W Baker 



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Donahue, see also Donehoo and Donohoe 

Mrs Alice, confectioner 1 481/0 Decatur, r same 
" Frank A, painter, r 132 Wheat 
" Mary (wid P J), r 138 Wheat 
" Patrick J, painter, Thompson se cor Hunter, r 130 Wheat 

Donald, see aUo McDonald 
" A, wks L H Hall & Co 
" John, painter N C Spence, bds 13 Gray 
" Samuel, r (Williams & Donald), r 43 Gullatt 
" \Vm C, painter, r 13 Gray 
" W D, wks L H Hail & Co 
" Young, f, lab, r 206 Martin 

Donaldson Charles K, carp, r near cor Calhoun and Blakely 
" EG, steno Hoke & Burton Smi'h, r country 
" John M, overseer convict camp, r Center s s, near Peachtree 
" John W, lab, r near Bell wood ave 
" Joseph C, carp, r near cor Calhoun and Blakely 
" Mary (wid Reuben), bds 120 Calhoun 
" Reuben A, carp, r Centar s side near Peachtree 
" Silas H, boss chain gang, r Center s side near Peachtree 
" Thomas J, supt Fulton Co Pub Wks, r 720 Peachtree 



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C^ Donaldson Wm H, guard convict camps 

^^ Donavan George R, bkkpr Capital City Bank, r 304 Formwalt ^^^ 

'^^ Donavan John A, mngr R G Dun & Co, bds Kimball House CO 

**^f^ Donehoo see also Donehue and Donohoe ^^^ 

^^ Donehoc Elijah F, Restaurant 16 Whitehall, res West End •— ' 

rv^ " E A, depty sheriff, r country r^a. 

^/^ " James E, physician 397 Marietta, rms same 2^ 

! f % " Marion, driver, res 200 E Harris 

l^^^ " Patrick, ])ainter, rms 6ij4 S Broad \^' 

\ I n Donkle Isaac, died August 22 1890 ^!^ 

Donnelly Frank X, asst bagg agt Union depot, r 98 Crew »— ^ 

rTTl " James J, broker 17^ E Alabama, r West End ^T""^ 

■*^^ " John P, music teacher and organist. Old Capitol bldg ( 1 '^ 

C^ " James J Jr, elk M O Dept P O, bds W E P» 

►^„^ Donohoe, see also Donahue and Donehoo. CS 

J Michael, packer Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r i Love ^ '* 






_ — Donovan Thomas, flagman E T V & G R R 

I ! Doolan James, vvks Ga Stove and Range Co ^^ 

Dooley Charles J, carp May Mantel Co, bds 28 Elliott jn'^ 
" James, vvks Phoenix Planing Mill, r 326 Jones 

" Martin H, road master W & A R R, r 133 Mangum ^^ 

" Martin J, painter E T V & G R R, r 28 Elliott c«^ 



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Dooley Mrs S C, city bill poster 12 Loyd, bds 11 Wheat , '^ 

" Wm, r, lab R & D R R, r I Haggard's alley fl^ 
" Wm F, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 65 W Mitchell t^ 

Uoolittle Mary (wid Nelson), r 31 Nelson OO. 

" Mary F (wid E H), r S Boulevard ^^ 

" Robert L, eng Met St R R, r S Boulevard A -H 

f~^ Doomas James, c, brakeman ETV&GRR ^ a* 

^^ Doonan Francis, eng Sou x'Vgrl Wks, r 143 Luckie ^ g 

f— ^, " John J, elk Ga R R, r Formwalt, s w cor Glenn y 3 

oi " Michael, bkkpr P McCallig, bds io6}4 Peachtree » ^ 

^P Dorman John B, grocer 1 1 Buena Vista ave, r same 3" 
' ^j-j Dornan Mrs Margaret (Mrs Dornan & Murray), r 42^^ Whitehall = S 
^_^ " cSc Murray (Margaret Dornan, Eliza Murray), dressmakers OB ^ 

^— j 42)4 Whitehall ^ SB 

f^ Dorr Allen, printer Evening Journal, bds 73 Mangum O c/9 

'5-J " Eben, bds 73 Mangum r 

"OjQ " James W, r 73 Mangum X CP 

^Z3 Dorran F, wks Sou Agrl Works § 1— 

'53 Dorris Wm, c, brakeman ETV&GRR, r Hollins o rri 

^ J Dorroh A R, mess Sou Express Co, bds Markham house ^ ^ 
f"^ Dorsett John E, blksmith, r 29 Hills ave "" 



HUNNIGUn & BELLINGRATH! 



3« and 38 Peacbtree Street. (.Stoves and 



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DUddS lumber GOih/'y.vr/ Sasb, Doors & Blinds 

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. " M" E, trav Potts & Potts, r Macon, Ga ■■■ 

^^^ Dorsey Aaron J, r, cook, r 12 Johnson Row 
^^^^ " Anthony, c, gardener, r 10 Ponder's alley 
^^•^ " Cargan, c, lab, r rear 74 Walker ^^^ 

" Floyd, r, brakeman E T V & G R R, r 180 McDaniel TQ 

^^^ " George, r, truckman W & A R R ^^^ 

I^El " Gilbert, ^^ lab, r 108 Bell 
^^^ " Rev Henry H, r 370 Jones 
""•Jh " Herbert, c, waiter Mrs T W Tucker 
^■^ " John L, wks G P Ry, r 4 Emmett 
jj^^ " John M, wks G P Ry, r Expo grounds 

" Joseph, c, lab, rnis 15 Roach 
^* S " Lewis, c, carp, bds rear 194 E Harris 
^^^ " Mack C, c, carp, r 40 Howell 
^^~J " Rufus, c, engineer, r 287 N Fort 
**-C Dorsey Rufus T (Dorsey & Howell), r 203 Capitol ave 

" Walter, wks Fenley Furniture Co, bds Expo Grounds 
^^Z] " Wm, wks Southern Agricultural W^orks 
^■■H " Wm H S, trav Griffith Bro, 39}^ Peachtree, r 17 Logan -" ' "' 

^^ "^ Dorsey & Howell (Rufus, T Dorsey, Albert Howell, Jr), law- o f\ 



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, — ■ — , Doster Charles, wks Atlanta Furniture Mfg Co » ~ 

p ^ " F Christopher, printer, bds 160 Haynes 1 ^i 

^ H " Gus, <■, porter Duncan & Camp ^ ft 

O p5 " James D, |)rinter Bradfield Printing Co, r 160 Haynes (O ^ 

rt 9 " khoda A (wid Thomas), rms 185 W Peters ^ ^ 

" S " Robert H, printer, bds 160 Haynes ^Ci} 
t* (Ji " Sarah E (wid Wm T), rms 160 Haynes 



^ " Wm J, carrier postoffice, r 140 W Fair 3 CO- 

Douay David A, elk Keely Co, r 12 Formwalt -jjh S^ 



^^[0^ " Louis B, trunkmaker, l)ds 12 Formwalt JD 

^ — ^ Dougherty, see also Doherty r ^ 

^^m^ " Charles, paper hanger C J Daniel, bds 4 Spencer ^ 

L, -^ " Daniel O, (John Silvey & Co), r 342 Peachtree CO C^ 
^'" ^ Dougherty David H, (D H Doughertv & Co), r 211 Peachtree 1^ ^ 

- Dougherty D H & Co, (D H Dougherty, R C Glass), Dry | 00 

C/2 Goods Whol & Retail, 39-41 Peachtree rr ^ 

George A, paper hanger C J Daniel, bds 4 Spencer a ^ 

James, canceller P O, bds i Dairy t-^ — H 

John O, bkkpr, r 19 Warren place 

Mary E, (wid Daniel), r 31 Gilmer 



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4iO Dougherty Richard, beer saloon 428 Marietta, r i Dairy • 

j*qP " Robert, mail elk P O, bds i Dairy 

A\n " Wm, wks Sou Agrl Wks bds i Dairy K^M 

«^ " Wm, ^, wks W & A R R, r 55 Hill ^^^ 

I- " W Frank, elk T L Swift, bds 99 North ave " 

CO Douglas Hamilton, (Haygood & Douglas), ray Capitol ave 
^LU " Peyton, elk Bradstreet Co, bds 715 Peachtree 
H^ " Peyton W, State mngr Fidelity Life Ins Co, 31 S Broad, r 
^Q Cobb CO 

H_| " Robert O, elk M C & J F Riser & Co, r 715 Peachtree 
Douglass A S, mngr city office Fulton B & C Mills, bds 92 Ivy 
H~ " Mrs Corinne, prin Girls High School, r 27 Capitol ave 
^ " Edward B, elk John Ryan's Sons, bds 196 Whitehall 
^-^ " Herschel L, elk R & D R R, bds 78 Courtland ave 
\JJ " James M, contractor, r 261 Luckie 

^^ " John, driver city 

^ " Lee (J M High & Co), bds 45 Capitol ave 

Cj " Robert F, mach, r 48 W Mills 

Q " D F, ^, Ry mail elk, bds 47 Tatnall 

Dover Mary (wid Wm), r Monroe bet Fortune and Randolph 
Dow Richard, trav agent, r 302 Peachtree 
Dowd Elizabeth (wid Thomas), r 79 McAfee 
" elk J M High & Co, bds 22^4 W Mitchell 
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Dowdell Mitchell, c, butler Joel Hurt, r 304 E Hunter ^^ 

Dowdy Benjamin W, wks Fulton Co St R R, bds 293 Highland ave .. ^- 

Q^ pi] Dowers Frank, wks Boyd and Baxter •' ^ 

»-_^ n. Dowling John D, elk Sou Ry and S S Assn, bds 39 U Whitehall ^ ^ 

h-^ " Joseph J, bartender Wolf & Johnson, bds Folsom's rest ^_^" 

pLj eO " '^^^^' ^^^"' ^^^ 42 E Mitchell " ' "3 

H " Wm J, reporter Bradstreet Co, r 56 Houston ^ ro_ 

Dowman Albert E, book binder Foote & Davies, r Edgewood H ,^ 

. p " Charles, supt G W Scott Mfg Co, r Edgewood. ^ ^- 

^J <j " Joseph, wks G W Scott Mfg Co, r Edgewood ^ «=s 

Downard Wm H, pressman J F Lester & Co, r Expo Cotton Mills S S' 

Downing Ann, (wid John) r 207 E Hunter , M*^ 

" Harvey B, trav agt, r 46 W Cain p 3 

Downing Walter T, (Wheeler & Downing) bds 207 E Hunter «=^ 

'• Wm, printer, r near cor Emmett and Curran w «™ 

Downs Geo M, editor and prop Sou Fancier and propr Pied- ■ ^~Z 

mont poultry yards, r 67 Ivy 53- 

PQ Downs Joseph, c, carp, bds 17 Calhoun ^ 

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Downs Mary A, (wid ) r 67 Ivy 

Dox Charles E, spec agt Phoenix Ins Co, bds 371 Calhoun 
Doyle Elizabeth, (wid John) bds 293 E Fair 

" Frank C, j^attern mkr Winship mach Co, bds 100 Walton 
" George S, pattern mkr Winship Mach Co, r 168 Luckie 
" Hank, hostler Sou Express Co 
" James J, bkpr biis 293 E Fair 
Doyle James S, diamond setter F J Stilson, r Gordon, W E 
" John T, elk, bds 293 E Fair 
" Martin, c, coachman Mrs S C Crane 
" Peter, carp, r 233 W Fair 
" Thomas M, elk W & A R R, r West End 
' ^ " Toomer, jeweler, bds n w cor Haynes and Henry 
I jj " Wm, wks Union depot, r 156 Loyd 
H SE. " Wm, c, barber King & Speer 
UJ r " W S, elk The Fair, bds 251 Peachtree 
Q£ ^2 Dozier Augustus, c, grocer 182 Decatur, r same 
H «■* " AW, picture copying, 16^2 N Forsyth 

2 * " Cornelia A, (wid Henry C), r 58 Washington 
J 5 '^ " David, c, city lab, bds 280 Hilliard 

^ ra^ ■' Graham P, ship elk Chas A Conklin Mnfg Co, bds 141 
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*[• 5 Dozier Green, c, shoemaker 284 Decatur ^ 4 

\ % " Henry, c, lab, rms 18 Gemunden p r^ 

' — . — ' " Homer W, depty col U S Int Rev, r 23 Currier O ^' 

^^^^ " James, c, bds 280 Hilliard z ^. 

^^^ " John E, bds 13 Houston P F^ 

™*^ " J Edward, insp Sou Bell Tel & Tel Co, bds Arlington Hotel 
^2J* " J Stapler, with United Underwriters Ins Co, bds 47 Garnett 
fc'^j " Lucius A, salesman Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 27 North ave 
^^C " Moses, c, wks E S Nace 
OCm " Theresa C (wid James T), r 141 Mangum 
CCI " Wilson, c, lab, r 195 Chapel 
" Wm H, lab, r 67 Humphries 

^St Drai S P, expert Sou l.ighl and Fuel Gas Co 

^ Draine Stephen P, cond Ga R R ^ 

^.^ Drake Adeline S (wid W G), r 291 Peachtree ^ 

■BSS " A A, trav Tidwell & Pope, r Thomaston Ga 

itiJ Drake Benjamin S (B S Drake & Co), r Abbott, cor Sells ave, 

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/-■A estate and renting agts (Tel 359) 5 W Alabama (See 

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REAL ESTATE AND RENTING AGENTS, 

XT 5 West Alabama St., - - ATLANTA, CA. 

-^^ Vity Property, improved and unimproved Acreagpe property as 

"JE^ inve8tm(>nts. Mineral and Pine l^nnd^t. Water-powers, Track 

-i^-v and Fruit Farm<t. €on<stig'nmentM Solicited. ^^^ 

-^ Drake Charles, brickmason, r Pearl, Reynoldstown ""^ 

\M^ " Edgar, elk Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 50 Church ^^ 

!JJ " E A, yardmaster G P R R, bds 47 E Simpson CD 

■j^ " Flewellen L, agt 111 Central R R, bds 10 W Ellis [nJ 

" George, bds Pearl, Reynolastown " 

" Henry, vvks Fulton B & C Mills 

" H Lee, elk B S Drake & Co, bds Abbott, cor Sells av W E 



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Office and salesrooms 39 to 4-7 W. Alabama Street. 



Drake Jacob R, tile setter, r 50 Church G/^ 

" John J, carp, r 3 Jones *i.^» 

" Nancy S, (widow Josiah) r 64 Rock C^» 

" Samuel, r, grocer 242 Wheat, r 179 Houston G^^ 

" Samuel W, blacksmith, r 3 Rockwell ^ 
-M " Wm, r, lab, bds 6 State 

A. " Wm W, elk Thos M Clarke & Co, r Spring, n w cor Hunict {0 c_ 

J^/f^ Drakeford Edward, c, blksmith N C Spenre OD ' 

-t:* " Frank c, grocer 165 Eraser, r 37 Fulton ^hp 

__^ " James, c, lab, r 30 Bradbury al ^ K^ 

-tV " Perry, <r, brander S M Inman & Co W^ 

JH^ " Wm, c, blacksmith 1 homas Thurman, rms 13 Ivy '^ 5 
Draper, Moore & Co, (W W Draper, W A Moore, E W Marsh H K 

Sr, R L Barry), whol shoes, 18 Decatur H fC 

" Robert D, student, bds 30 Cone pl^"* 

JS " Wm M, student, bds 30 Cone t^** 

U " W W, (Draper, Moore & Co), r 30 Cone ^ 

Y Dreifus, see also Dreyfus ^ * * 
" Herbert L, (Atl Suspender & Mfg Co), bds 151 Loyd 
Drennal Samuel W, lab, r 4 Magnolia 



JS Drennon Charles, plumber Wingate & Mell, bds 65 Foundry 

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Drennon Louisa, Twid Elijah), r 65 Foundry 

Dresden The, Louis A Mueller prop, crockery, (tel 180), 2 S 

Pryor 
Dresilian Thomas W, bkkpr Stewart & Talbert, r 353 E Jones 
Dreyfus, see also Dreifus 

" Henry, mfgrs agt 6 Kimball House, r Georgia ave 
Dreyfus Julius, sec & treas Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill, r 344 

Peachtree 
Driscol John L, stenogr 20^^ Peachtree, r same 
DriscoU Cornelius, tailor Jerry Lynch, bds 42 E Mitchell 

" Joseph, elk Sou Ex Co, bds 164 E Hunter 

" Larry, c, candy mkr Hooks & Stallings, r Martin 

" Timothy, city st foreman, r 164 E Hunter 

" Timothy Jr, ladderman H & L Co, bds 164 E Hunter 
Driver James L, bkkpr Brunner & Browder, bds 65 W Mitchell 

" Joseph, c, bellman Kimball House 
Driver Julius C, (LeSueur & Driver), bds 11 Wheat 

" Thomas, c, wks Clark LT^niversity, r 231 Gate City 
Droege J Albert, master trains E T V & G Ry, bds 57 Marietta 
Drucker Aaron L, bkkpr Bluthenthal & Bickart, r 7 Castleberry 

" Sol L, elk John Ryan's Sons, bds 7 Castleberry 



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Drummond Allen, c, mortar mkr J G Thrower, r 115 Ella 
" George C, (Tolbert, Drummond & Co), bds 11 Wheat 
" John, c, drayman, bds 115 Ella 
Dryer Robt, c, r 171 Fort 
Dryzer Louis, peddler, r 126^2 Decatur 
DuBose Edwin R (Chamberlin, Johnson & Co), r 417 Peachtree 

" Harry K, bkkpr McKeldin & Carlton, bds 22 Church 
Dubose J W, elk, bds 15 E Mitchell 
Ducans Richard, c, lab, bds 4 Raspberry alley 
D ckett Israel E, engnr W&ARR, risiW Baker 
Duckworth Henry R, r, barber 125 Haynes, r 38 Gemunden 
Dudley Mrs Emma, r 20 Victoria 

" English M, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 341 Haynes 
Dudley Frank J (Yellow Pine Lumber Co), bds 426 Whitehall 
Gilbert, coupler VV & A R R 
James, elk T J Grubb, bds 20 Victoria 
James B, molder Winship Machine Co, bds 341 Haynes 
John, lineman Sou Bell Tel & Tel Co, bds 103 Plum 
Sarah E (wid George), r 341 Haynes 
Wm, c, drayman Sciple Sons, bds 16 Monroe 
Wm M, asst U S Sig Corps, bds 26 Forsyth 



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<jW-2^ hries cor Glenn UJ 

S^coo Duer James H, physician, r 65 E Fair 

^0!>r* Uuffee Mary (wid W J), rip Baltimore place 

S^ ' • " Wylie,. restaurant, r 496 Marietta 

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a^n, ', " James, elk M Rich & Bro, r 57 Fraser 

^Q , , " James, c, drayman Shropshire & Dodd, r 84 Butler 

"W©i* " James J, grocer, 75 Peachtree, r 23 E Mills L^tSl 

9*00 " Mrs Joanna, dressmaker, 140^ Whitehall ^j i 

^-^^ " John H, wks D Wood & Co, r 134 Fraser 2 K 

iS " Stonewall [, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills rl ^ 

--7>~: " T, flagman E T V & G R R 

H § Dugar Beatrice, (wid Alexander), r 68 Pine 

Z ^^ " Delano H, eng, r 60 McAfee 00 

^ " Duggan John T, wks A Foote & Bro, bds 6 Gartrell 



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Thomas W, shoemaker, r 6 Gartrell ^ ^ 

Dugged Joseph A, r, res 5 Bradley M Ly 

Q w " Wm S, (T, school teacher, r 5 Bradley ri^ 

^ Dugger James M, bkkpr Neal Loan & Bnkg Co, res 284 Whitehall H 

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Q. H " Charles H, (Spiegler & Duhme), r 36 Gilmer • 

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"- W <' Mrs Mary, dressmaker 36 Gilmer, r same 

^' <l Duke Albert F, c, coal & wood 135 Smith, r S Pryor bet limit 

^ ^ " Dalton, r, driver A F I^uke, r 8 Eugenia 

pq ^ : •' George A, contractor, r 59 W Simpson c 

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<J dp5 " Richard, c, woodsawyer A F Duke r 

§ I o9 " Richard F, carp Winship Mach Co, r 21 Edwards > "^ 

M<j^3 " Walter F, elk W & A R R, bds 47 Ellis 

§0 ,g " Wm, C-, painter, r 303 Fraser 

Wm C, policeman, r 293 Cooper 2. o^ 

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^W ,H •' David W, carp, r 7 Henry 3 

P^^ " Grant, plasterer, r 14 Randolph 3 



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W I mW " Mary (wid Ranson), r 112 Marietta .^ g 

W iHg " Paul, c, wks J B Merritt, r 10 Randolph == 

p woo " Peter, ^, lab, bds Edgewood ^^ 

§ <§ " Richard, c, wks Atl Cot Seed Oil Mill, r Edgewood r* 



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Dukes Robert, c, wks city, r 14 Randolph 

" Robert T, wks Tripod Paint Co, r Pearl, Reynoldstown 

" Robt W, plumr Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, rms 93 Stonewall 

" Wm, c, lab, bds Edgewood 

" Wm, c, porter John Ryan's Sons 
Dulls J Augustus, chief elk R & D R R, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

" Samuel R, elk Ga R R, r 20 Edgewood ave 
Dumas James, ^, wks E T V & G R R, bds 151 W Peters 

" James H, elk R C Black, bds 73 E Mitchell 

" James T, dairyman, r s w cor W Peachtree and Emmett 

" John, c, farmer, r 86 Walnut 
Dumebecke Wm, cabinetmaker, r 388 Houston 
Dumfrey Wm, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
Dumphy John J, wks Atl Furn Mfg Co, r 7 W Third 
Dun see also Dunn 

DunR Q& Co, John A Donavan, mngr, 36^ E Alabama 
Dunaway Charles, shoemkr W D Manning, bds 42 Jones ave 

" Fannie, (wid Wm) r 146^ Marietta 

" Wm H, mach, Winship Mach Co, r 31 E Mills 
Dunbar A S, eng R & D R R, bds 258 Decatur 

" G W, eng R & D R E, bds 258 Decatur 

" S R, (Hicks & Dunbar) bds country 

" Wash, lab, rms 224 Chapel 



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Duncan Adolphus, c, driver, J S Smith 

" A David, wks J N Moore, bds 18 Borne 

" Bolin, eng Constitution Publishing Co, r 157 Mangun 

" Cicero, showcase mkr Atl Mfg Co, r 10 Fowler 

" Daniel H, trav H P Scales Tobacco Co, bds Weinmeisters 

" David, c, driver, r Angier ave bet Blackmon & Fort 

" Donnelly S, plumber Wingate & Mell, bds 57 W Mitchell 

" Kb B, wks E T V & G shops, r 17 Fortress 

" . James W, wks Fulton B & C Mill, r 4 Factory lot 

" Jerry, r, driver, bds rear 50 Walker 

" John. c. roofer, bds 124 Blackmon 

" John S, elk. A A Nolan 

" John W, physician loi^ Whitehall, r 230 Eraser 

" Joseph, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

" Martha B, (wid Wm), bds 48 Merritts ave 

" Mary E, (wid John), r 174 Peachtree 

" Miles, brickmason, r 226 Linden ave 

" Rial, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 510 Decatur 

" Richard, c, lab, rms 235 Chapel 

" Robert J, mach Atl Mach Wks, bds 200 Capitol ave 



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Duncan Robert L, boarding 144 and 146 S Pryor 

" Robert L, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 436 S Pryor 

" Susan E (wid George W), r 159 Mangum 

" Wm, gasfitter Guimarin, Engles& Stockton, bds 159 Mangum W^t^ 

" Wm, carp, bds 339 Decatur Swg 

" Wm H E, foreman shops Technl School, r 367 W Peachtree sSqW 

" Wm S (Duncan & Camp), r 439 S Pryor yj^e^ 

" & Camp (WS Duncan, D C Camp), whol grocers 77 Whitehall W2g 

Dunham Monroe, c, fireman Collins Brick Co, r W3d 2 s McMillan * 

" Peter, c, wks C R R gSj 

Dunlap Anderson, c, lab, rms 94 Green's Ferry ave Oh( 

" Andrew, c, lab, r 142 Markham gW^ 

" Ben, c, lab, bds 142 Markham ^ SJ 



Joel B, bag master R & D R R, r 201 E Fair 

J V, elk Atl Nat Bank, bds 15 E Mitchell 

Philip S, elk John Ryan's Sons, r 10 Highland ave 



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C/2 •• Edgar, bkkpr Atlanta Guano Co, bds 260 E Cain ggj 
^^^ " Henry C, engr G P R R, r 120 Calhoun 

Hugh C, foreman Empire Prntg Co W 

James C, r 260 E Cain m 

^^'^ " James T, sol agt A & F R R, r 252 E Hunter f 



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'SS^ " Thomas J, grocer 25 Windsor, r same Ik o 

^=3 " Wm H, wks ETV&GRR, r9 Georgia ave ' j^> g 

g^ " Wm W, cond A & W P R R, r 42 N Moore • « tJ V ^§ 

7— -j Dun man Reuben, c, lab, r rear 102 Courtland —V..../ SdWH 

^5^ Dunn, see also Dun g^H 

*~ " A L, trav Bluthental & Bickart, bds 241 Whitehall "gg 

' i?^ " Augustus S, carp, r rear W -^d 2 n McMillan QW^ 

>-i " David C, eng Fulton B & C^Mills, r 80 Yonge ggSd 

^ * " Edwin, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 10 Schofield 5q3 

gg " E Claude, traffic chief W U T Co, bds 51 Wheat gog 

. "— ~| " Fannie (wid John), r 3 Antoinette Wt^^ 

«— ^ " George, c, truckman C R R, r i8 Chapel dSw 

r=^ " Ishmael, cond W & A R R, r country gfelp 

»^ " James, c, wks A & F R R frgt depot, r 18 Chapel Was' 

ps:^ " James B, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 23 McDonald ";^ 

™P " James H, cond W & A R R, r country . ^ 

^g " John, c, lab A J Moses & Co ' E 

• i [ " Joseph, c, lab, r 7 Kennesaw al ^ 

g^sj " Laura C (wid ), boarding, 22 Houston E. 

r">"^ " Lewis, c, rms 7 Kennesaw • ^__^ 



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Specifications, Superintendence, Ventila- 
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Dunn Oscar, c, wks Ga soap Co, bds 32 Gemunden 

" Walker, mach Clayton Motor Co, bds 152 Whitehall 

" Wm E, SLipt Trowbridge Furn Co, r 114 Gilmer 
Dunn Will J, machinery, 75 S Forsyth, bds 53 Luckie 

" W H, died May 12, 1890 
Dunning Charles E, elk Moore, Marsh & Co, r 87 Ravvson 

" Harry K, elk Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 87 Rawson 

" Matilda (wid Hugh), r 266 Mangum 
Dunning Volney, genl mngr, M V Sullivan receiver, 16 S 

Forsyth, r 87 Rawson f/mm^ 

Dunningham Israel, c, carp, r 26 Ira ^^L 

Dunson A L, bds 8 Bradle- ^^^ 

" Walker, elk Atl Trust and Banking Co, bds 124 Crew ^^fc 

Dunstin A, carp Beutell Mnfg Co ^^^ 

Dunwoody Henry M, trav H P Scales Tobacco Co 

" Jeff D, dept coll and chf elk U S Int Rev, r 92 Ivy 

" John, insurance agent, r 92 Ivy 

" John E, with D Morgan, bds 92 Ivy 

" Thomas, c, lab, r 66 James 
Dupree Charles, c, porter Nash & Co .- * »» 

" C W, pres American Match Co, r Gainesville, Ga o^ 

" Doc, r, wks E T V & G R R, r McDaniel ne cor Roy pQ 

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Runs Snccessfnlly Under Back. Water. 24 S. Broad Street. ® \^ 

Dupree George, c, wks Fulton Co St Ry, r-2 7o Highland ave g ™J 

" Gus, c, driver W E Hoyle, r rear 75 Form wait 1 ^\ 

" Henry, r, brickmason, r 225 N Fort ^ ft 

" Henry, c, porter J W Simpson tO h' 

" John, c, lab, r 20 Lowe's al ^ ^ 

" Lawyer, c, gardener, r 5 Chestnut ave *% M 

Durack Elizabeth, (wid John), bds 266 E Fair H 

" Joseph J, stereotyper Journal, bds 266 E Fair g CO 

'Durand Henry R, restaurant Union depot, r 211 Crew 'X S 

" John, (•, whitewasher, r rear 135 Cain J3 3 

" Mrs Mary F, r 46 Ellis V O 

" Samuel A, ins adjuster, r 46 Ellis ^ 

Durant Edward M, reporter Constitution, r 12 Cooper W O 

' " Eliza C, (wid Wm L), r 12 Cooper H "H 

" Harry R, printer Constitution, r 12 Cooper I ^ 

" Maynard, proofreader Constitution, bds 12 Cooper CcS 

Durden Crosby D, driver Atlanta St R R, r 17 Orange % ^g 

" Eugene, c, drayman, r 7 College '-d "^ 

" Thedore F, c, house mover, r 380 Courtland c§ ^ 

Durham Charles, elk, rms 143 Walton 

" Daniel P, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 141 Mangum 



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bds 143 Peach tree 



Durham Henry, r, wks Van Winkle Gin & Machine Co 

Isaac, wks Manning Furniture Co, bds 2 Tumlin 

John, wks Atl Furn Mfg Co, r 5 Dillon 

John, c, carp, r 3i9Haynes 

Wm, wks Atl Furn Mfg Co, r Moore n e cor Tumlin 

Matthew, drayman, bds Moore n e cor Tumlin 

W E, wks Fenley Furniture Co 

Wm M {Durham & Durham), 
bds 143 Peachtree 

Mrs W M (Durham & Durham), 

Wm J, mach, bds 20 Bartow 

& Durham (W M and Mrs W M Durham), physicians 55 Vo 
Peachtree 
Durr Joseph, r, wks J M Stevens, r ^6 Park , 

" Wesley, wks Sou Agrl Works / 

Durrer Crawford, c, lab, r 212 Orme 
Durrett Reuben B, elk B M White, bds '78 Courtland 
Dutto Thos, blower Atl Glass Works, r S Pryor, nr McDaniel road 
Dutton Eugene W, with Thomson-Houston Elec Co, r 73 Ellis 

" James A, r 73 Ellis 
Duval Wesley, editor Confed Vet Magazine, bds 170 S Pryor 
D'Vall Richard L, r 105 Spring, Handy Terrace 



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Dye Clara (wid Thomas), bds 12 Newton 

" Ed, wks Van Winkle Gin and Machinery Co 

" James, wks VanWinkle Gin & M Co i 

" James B, carp, r 7 Tumlin 

" Luther, c, wks Markham House 

" Thomas, died April 14, '90 

Dyer Albert E, bag master R & D R R, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

" Caleb, c, carp, r 119^ Wheat 

" David, bds 128 Crew 

" George H, fruit stand, r 3 N Bell 

" George W, wks Phoenix Planing Mill, r 3 N Bell 

" Henry, c, wks Kimball House, r Old Wheat 

" James F, mngr Jarvis Buggy Co, bds 27 Gilmer 

" James H, wks W & A R R, r country 

" John, c, cutter Ga Ice Co 

" Nathan W, (Georgia Soap Co), r W E 

" Reuben M, bartndr J H Cooper, bds 47 Martin 

" Thomas H, grocer, 198 Capitol av, r same 

" Wm, carp, r 15 Rawson i l\ 4>jy' 

Dykeman S N, elk R M S, r 63 Fairlie \ 

Dyson John C, carp, r 18 Bailey 

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g^ JZl/ J /l\i^ other lines to suit the boys. 73 Whitehall. 

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^* Eads George W, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills, r 123 Marietta 

J'fc 3 " Henry, c, well digger, r 42 E Harris 

o gj Eady John, c, porter Ga R R, bds 9 Collins 
Z^ O Eagan Edward, painter F W Hart Sash and Door Co, r 223 Luck it 
^'c." " John J, bkkpr W A Russell, bds 398 Peachtree 

* J " Mary R (wid John J), r 308 Peachtree 

"d^ Eagle Duncan, c, brickmason H Crankshaw & Co 
u^jQ Eakin Charles barkkr John Blount, r Bellwood 
•S.^ ^ Earl Tobe, r, wks R & D R R, r 290 Decatur 
■8 5;^ Early James C, c, driver A J Anderson, r 56 Maple 
Sd'SE Earnest Augustus, elk R S Eubanks, bds no Mangum 
■*^^^ ' Earnest Henry T, Asst Sup Pullman's Palace Car Co, r 274 
"gH g Crumley 

§ «"§ Earnest John G, physician 30 Houston, r same 
J'S § " Nicholas W, student, bds 30 Houston 

pq£ Earnhart Wm C, Insp Sou Bell Tel and Tel Co, r Bellwood ave 
Earnshaw Jessie (wid Brantly) rms 23 Stonewall 
^—^'^ Earwood O E, fireman W & A R R 

>• Easley Isaac, c, blacksmith, r Edgewood 
" Isaac, c, lab, r 335 Jones 
" Smith W, c, elk C C Wimbish, r 177 N Butler 



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(j^ Eason George, ^, lab, r 134 Spinks alley 

Richard, switchman ETV&GRR, r3o Fortress 
^ " Simon J, carp, r 20 Larkin Z ^, 

(0 East Atlanta Land Co, Joel Hurt pres, P H Harralson v-pres, P F^ 



Ji v-pres. New York; C H Hudson genl mngr, E Fitzgerald fjfj 

jjV ^ traffic mngr, B W Wrenn G P A, T S Davant G F A, Wi 

^ vi W A Vaughan genl supt, Knoxville, Tenn; E H Barnes 

W supt G D, W Peters junc C R R, Atlanta; J J Griffin asst ,_ 

ry H G F A 4 Kimball House, Atlanta; W E Kirby ticket agt, M 

^ M depot junction W Mitchell street and ETV&GRR \^ 

(11 ^ Easterland Benjamin F, student, bds 34 Ellis m 

^ [> Eastern C D, ins agt, bds 54 W Peters r* 

^ Eaton Thomas B, wks Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co, bds 105 Plum r^ 

ij\ ^ " Wm G, foreman Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co, r 105 Plum r^ 

Eaves George W, genl foreman R&DRR. ri2 Orange ^ 

" James C, helper R&DRR j' 

Ebbert Albert P, physician, bds 95 Capitol ave ry 

" Jonathan B, physician, r 95 Capitol ave ^^ 






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" Elizabeth L (wid Robt), bds Ga ave, bet Pulliam and I.oyd 
JEJ L ■ " Jacob H, carp, r rear 62 Rockwell 

JB^ " John L, elk Wood-Stearns-Beaumont Co, r Ga ave bet Loyd 

and Pulliam 
" Joseph, blower Atl Glass Wks, r S Pryor, near Beuna V ave 
Eberhardt J Adolph, sec, treas and genl mngr The Southern 
Granite Co, r Cincinnati, Ohio 
Jb^ " Nathan, c, drayman P H Snook, r 92 Houston 

^[J- " Robt P, bds Ga ave, bet Loyd and Pulliam 

-w-j^ " Wade, elk Wood-Stearns-Beaumont Co, bds Georgia ave, bet 

d^Z Loyd and Pulliam 

-^I- " Wm, glassblower, bds 519 S Pryor 

I Ebinger Richard, c, lab, rms 162 Chapel 
^J^ Ebrenz Andrew M, mach Clayton S M Motor Co, r 99 W Cain 
" Henry, cutter M Gains, r 12 McAfee 
Echols Abraham, c, lab Sou Agrl Wks, r 82 Foundry 
" Augustus, c, shoemaker, rms 88 Haynes 
Jbv " Benjamin V, c, porter D B HoUis, r 40 Bell 

" Charles, c, porter Thos M Clarke & Co, r 217 Edgewood ave 
Elijah, farmer, r North Atl 



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T^ Echols George W, c, porter Am Baptist Pub Soty, r rear 48 Martin 

jgs " Giles, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co 

^^ " Mrs Hattie Russell, prin Calhoun St School, bds 231 Ivy 

-■-^ " John, switchman E T V & G R R 

tS* " John, c, carp, r 224 E Cain 

^1^ " John, c, helper Winship Mach Co, r 279 Mangum 

TON " John, f, lab, bds 88 Haynes 

^ " Jonn T, c, wks Atl City Brewing Co, 42 Meritts ave 

—^ " Judson, c, oyster opener the Marlborough 

J3 " Martha E (wid Joseph), bds 174 S Forsyth 

{^ " Mason, carp, r near W Peachtree on Crawford place 

" Miles, c, lab, r 5 N Buder 

" Reuben, c, wks W & A R R, r 42 Merritts ave 

A. " Riley, wks Ad Bridge & Axle Co 

^JL^ " Rosswell, carp, r 132 Foundry 

"J" " Taylor, c, lab, r 258 Butler, 

^ " League G (Echols & Richards), r 157 E Simpson 

^^~ " Thomas, meat market, r near Emmett & W Peachtree 

-^►- " Wm, c, brkmason, bds 258 Butler 

^ " Wm P, c, r 177 E Cain 

J^ " Wordin, wks W M Person, bds same 



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Echols & Richards (T G Echols, W C Richards), meat, 86 Peachtree 

Eck Wm, elk Mrs M Bangert, bds 66 E Harris 

Eckels Charles B, elk Maj W H Eckels, bds Kimball House 

" Maj Wm H, paymaster U S army, 47-48 Gate City Bank 
bldg, bds Kimball House 
Eckford Belle (i (wid Wm), r 19 Pulliam 

" Charles (j, furniture mngr Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 19 
Pulliam 

" Marshall T, carriage hardware, bds 19 Pulliam 

" Wm H (Moore, Marsh & Co), r 19 Pulliam ^^m 

Kddenfield Charles E, elk T P Fleming, rms S Broad ^^^ 

Eddins Charles W, Ry mail clerk, r 145 Jones ^mlm 

Eddleman Elizabeth (wid John), r 367 S Pryor ^H^ 

" Joseph, elk John M Moore, bds Kimball House J 

" Lou A, r Peachtree, bet Bowden and Center """^ 

" PA, mach Atl Mfg Co, r Decatur Ga O^ 

Eddlemann Willie (wid Frank), r 72 Alexander %^^ 

" Frank J, jeweler S Maier & Co, r 5 Fowler '" ' "^ 

Eddy Hazel P, mach Brosius M S M Co, bds 431 Whitehall ^ \ 

Edens J F Jr, asst cashier J M High & Co $/> 0) 

Edgar Darrell. briekmason, bds rear Dr W P Walker K/\ p 

" Harry W, pressman Sunny South, bds s w cor Juniper & 5th S*. ™ 

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Edgar James M, carp, r rear Dr W P Walker 

Edge Claude F, printer Atl Newspaper Union, r 195 W Fair OJ ^ 

" Cooper M, elk C R R, bds 195 W Fair g^a 
" S L Fred, with Tide Water Oil Co, bds 58 N Forsyth CD I 

Edgett Charles A S, finest watch maker in Atlanta wks for E W ^ 

Blue Watches $1 a week, bds 56 Washington. ^-S 

Carry him your watch ^^mm 

Edmonds Cicero, c^ lab, r Violet ave !;outh Atlanta 1^"** 
" Nancy, (wid Asa T), bds 71 King 
" W S, elk W U Tel Co, bds 29 N Forsyth 

Edmondson Andrew J, lab, bds 70 Humphies 

" Glenn G, car repr R & D R R, rms 146 Calhoun 

" J H, asst foreman Mutual Printing Co, bds Central Hotel 

" Richard, c, elk, res 8 Parks ~ ' ^« 

" Samuel R, wks W & A R R, r country ^ _^ 

" Wm, c, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 20 Strong u o 

Edsell Mrs A, housekpr Kimball House 5 ^ 

" Miss Fannie, asst housekpr Kimball House n g^ 

Edwards Albert, r, barber, r 281 N Fort 5 ^ 

" Amos W, carp, bds 306 E Hunter m ^^ 

" Andrew C, wks Sou Box Faety, bds 48 E Fair «• g 

GEO. CROUCHfCarving in Warble, stone 
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Edwards Augustus, fireman, bds i6 Venable 

" AW, elk W C Henderson, r Capitol ave, South Atl 

" Charles, c, brickmason, r 122 Houston 

" Charles M, wks Van Winkle G & M Co 

" Dennis, c, drayman, r 181 Wheat 

" Edward, c, driver Ballard's Hack Line, r 152 Houston 

" Emmett, plumber, bds 28 Tatnall 

" Frank, wks Ga R R, r 620 Decatur 

'' Geo, c, city lab, r 245 Jones 

" George, c, lab Ga R R, r 73 Foundry 

" George M, moulder, r 75 Plum 

" Grant F, eng, bds 105 Magnolia 

" Howard S, tinner 629 Marietta, r 205 Luckie 

" James, c, wks H Franklin 

" James R, watchman C R R, r 28 Tatnall 
Edwards Jay D, (Edwards & Son), r 561^ Whitehall 

" John, r, elk Emanuel Tarver, r 47 Baker 

" John, r, lab, r i Bromhead, W E 

'• John B, elk D H Dougherty, bds 48 E Fair 

" John F, bkkpr Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 23 Park place 

" John F, trav New Home Sewing Meh Co, r 48 Boulevard 

" John M, c, carp, r 123 Haynes 



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I f No. 80 S. BROAD STREET. 
"Will Sell YoTir Property lor 
You. Call Te ephone 514. 



Edwards John W, c, salesman J P Bryant, r 126 Wheat 

" Joseph, r, drayman, r 12 Inman ave 
" Joseph W B, r 22 Wheat 

'• J Munroe, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, bds Markham House 
'' Lewis H, wks Atl Mach Wks, r 85 Kelly 
" Louisa G (vvid A Memory), r 48 E Fair 
" Mrs Lucy (M E Edwards & Co), r 48 Boulevard 
" Mack, c, house boy Maj k F Moreland, r Moreland Park 
" Mickleberry E (M E Edwards & Co), r 48 Boulevard 
'• M E & Co'(M E & Mrs Lucy Edwards), grocers, 46 Boule- 
vard 
" Neal, c\ truckman R & 1) R R 
■' Oscar D, wks A Foote h Bro 
•• Robert E, fireman W & A R R. r 44 Simpson 
" Sarah J (wid J A), r 151 Walton 

Stephen, c, wks '\ S Lewi>, r 242 Wheat 
" Tallulah H, (wid Amos), tailoress, r 205 Luckie 
'• Wm, c, lab, bds 214 C R R 
•• W M, c, wks Sou Furn Co, r 51 Wells 
'■• Wm A, ladder man H ^ L Co 
Edwards Wm M, (Edwards & Son), r 561^ Whitehall 

EXCELSIOR STE/in MUNDRT 

€ !••*■ €»U«4l fer (mmI l»«ilT«r««l. 47 ]>«ea^nr Street. 





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Edwards Wm W, policeman, r 287 Whitehall 

" Wilson S, wks Van Winkle G & M Co 
Edwards & Son, (Jay D & Wm M Edwards), photographers 

56)4 Whitehall (Seeadv in classified photographers) 
Etjans Edward, tailor Michael McSweeney 
Egleston R S, elk R M S, r Gordon, W E 
Egleston Thomas, (Perdue & Egleston), r 79 Capitol ave 

" Thomas R, broker, bds 79 Capitol ave 
Ehlers Augustus L, mach Winship Mach Co, r 48 Foundry 

" Frederick W, mach Technol School, bds 48 Foundry 

" George, wks Van Winkle G & M Co 
Ehmann Robert A, foreman F J Coolidge & Bro, r 70 Alexander 
Eichbaum Solomon, entry clerk Wellhouse & Sons, bds National 

hotel 
Eichberg David, lawyer 9^ Peachtree, bds Kimball House 

" Joseph T, pres Atl Ice Co, r 214 S Forsyth 

" Morris A, trav, bds 214 S Forsyth 
Eichelberger George W, sten W H Brotherton, bds 38 Larkin 
Eidson George G, elk G B Eidson, bds 17 Plum 

" Giles B, meat market, 112 Houston, bds 17 Plum 

" John A, cond E T, V & G R R, r 218 S Forsyth 

" Wm B, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 174 Pandolph 



QUO\A/ O A Q r Q I ATLANTA MFG. CO. 

Oni^VV OAOCOl 6-12 Courtland Ave. 



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1890 Club, A A Murphy pres, E M Evans sec and treas 65^ E m v^ 

Alabama 5 Q3 

Einstein Simeon, elk Eiseman Bros, bds 151 Loyd 
Eiseman, see also Isemau 

Eiseman Bros, (Gerson, Moses B, Jacob B, Louis and B 
Joseph) clothiers and gents' furnishings, hats and mer- 
chant tailors, 17-19 Whitehall 
Eiseman B Joseph, (Eiseman Bros) rms 227 Whitehall 
Charles A, brick mason, bds 40 Hayden 
Gerson, (Eiseman Bros) r Baltimore, Md 
Jacob, (Eiseman & Wiel), r 26 Merritts ave 
Jacob, brick contractor, r 40 Hayden 
Jacob B, (Eiseman Bros), r Baltimore, Md 
Lewis, (Eiseman Bros), r Washington, D C 
Moses B, (Eiseman Bros), r Baltimore, Md 
Eiseman & Weil, (Jacob Eiseman and Sigmund Weil) clothiers 

and gents furnishers, 3 Whitehall 
VAam John, c, car repr C R R 

" Monroe, c, drayman Brunner & Browder, r 153 Chapel 
" Richard B, printer E Y Clarke, res 166 W Hunter 
" Wm E, farmer Josiah Sherman 



At 383^ S. BROii) STTIET, 
can be had all kinds of 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, of the 



GRESS LUMBER CO. 



FIRE INSURANCE!: 

strong, Reliable and Liberal Co.'a. I 



We aoliot your patronaere. Satisf&o- 
tion G-uaranted. 

Strong, Reliable and Liberal Cc's. I 22 liraball BouM, Secfttu Bt. T«Uplioa« 7S. 



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Elder Edward C, elk Freyer & Bradley, bds 13 Garnett 

" John, c, lab, r 2 Dunn's al 

" John H, carrier P O, r 265 Jones nfl 

" Mary R (wid Joseph M), grocer 229 W Fair, r same — ^ 

" Ralph, c, wks Hall Bros, r i Mangum 

" I'homas, <r, lab, r Hanover, Edgewood 

" Thomas, c, wks T J Farr, r Reynoldstown 

" Wesley, c, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co 

" Wm E, wks G P R R, r 40 Dillon 

" Wm R, trav agt, r 161 Randolph 
Electric Novelty Works, W R Polk, Jr, propr, 114-116 Ma- 
rietta (See p 45) 
Eley Ellen M (wid M J), r 218 S Pryor 
Elfe Glover C (Bates, Kingsbery & Co), r 294 Peachtree 

" WW, genl foreman Cen R R, r 132 S Forsyth 

Elkan Edward, prest Atl Printing Ink Works, r 22 Cooper _ 

Elkin-Watson Drug Co, W S Elkin, Jr, prest, Robt Miller vice mSSt 

prest, W S Watson secy and treas, 25 Peachtree t^* 

" Wm S, prest Elkin-Watson Drug Co, bds Talmage House bmm 

Elkin W Simpson, physician and surgeon 30;^ Marietta (Of- LJ^ 

fice tel 410) r 116 Ivy (Res tel 787) ^^2 

AGENTS ROSIN DROSS KINDLING I P^^^.^^^fiSAcf^v^R''''' ^^^ 

CHEAPEST AND BEST. (■ »X c. Alabama >t. - p. o. box'mb CI9 

CJl 

Ellen Archibald, c, porter A O M Gay & Son ^ 1^ 

" Eldon, c, lab, r 56 Magnolia 

" George, c, porter N C Cook, bds 42 Johnson 

" Wm M, c, lab, r 43 Johnson 
EUer Amos E, r Emma, S Bellwood 

Ellett Littleton H, printer Jas P Harrison & Co, rms 35}^ S Broad 
EUigan Hill, c, wks J H George, r rear 265 Peachtree 

" Linn, c, porter, r 224 E Cain 

" Preston, c, coachman M C Kiser, bds 224 E Cain 

" Richard, c, coachman J K Ohl 
Ellington Rev Asbury F, pastor Marietta St M E ch, r 114 Luckie 

" Commodore, c, lab, r 5 Doray 

" Dan, r, wks Atl Refrigerating Co, r 4 Fain 

" D W (Segraves & Ellington), r 9 Fain 

" Olin, ofifice boy 13 N Broad, bds 114 Luckie 

" Otto, c, lab, bds 5 Doray 

" Wm B, student, bds 114 Luckie 

'' Wm M, wks E T V & G Shops, r 197 Gate City 
Elliott A J, carp W & A R R 

" Bruce, student, bds 41 Stonewall ■— 3| 

" Charles F, eng W & A R E *=^ 

" David M, cond C R R, r 8 Spencer 

HUNNICUn &TELLINGRATH( SANITARY PLUMBERS, 
M a.a M peMiitre* stFMt. I Steam and Gas Fitters. 




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r Arcbitects. Plins and SpeciflcatioRs 
I Furnished. 44 Gould Building. 



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Elliott Edward, farmer, r Ashby, Bellwood 

" Edward E, saddler D Morgan, bds Windsor House 
" Edwin, farmer, r Bellwood 
" Elbert, carp, bds ne cor Peachtree and Centre 

" Erwin J, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r near Bellwood ave ^p. 

" Frank, elk Sou Ry and S S Assn ^n 

^^ " George, contractor, r Ashby, Bellwood "" '^ 

^■" " Henry, carp, r Ashby near Bellwood ave HH 

n I I " Henry, r, root digger, r 269 Jones ^^^ 

■■■ " Hodge H, farmer r Bellwood ave s w cor Ashby ^^^ 

John, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 185 Luckie ■■■I 

John R, carp Pittman & Co 
Joseph, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r Bellwood 
Joseph B, mess W & A R R, bds 178 W Peters 
J T, elk E T V & G R R, rms 25 Wheat 
Monroe, c, lab, rms 76 Greens Ferry ave 
Oscar^ farmer, res Bellwood 
Roger, student, bds 27 Capitol ave 
Stokes, carp, bds 233 Edgewood ave 
Thomas, r, wks C R R 
T A, city salesman Arnold, Carlton & McCord 



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Ijj " Wesley G, carp J J Woodside, r Pender's ave 

b 5 THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 

(Latest Improved.) Lasts 50 Years or Store in Keg^iilar Use. 24S. ISroa^i 

c/5 g 

O Elliott Wm, farmer, res Bellwood 
g OC " Wm, c, lab, r 12 College 

W " Wm B, elk G B Stewart, r 41 Stonewall 

^^1^ " Wm R, cond W & A R R, r 20 Smith 
O " Wilson, carp, bds 10 Warren place 

^ Ellis Adam, c, lab, r rear 80 W Baker 
' — ' — ' " Allen, c, wks J J Finnigan, r Magnolia 

• " Crawford, c, wks E T V & G shops, r Windsor, bet Amy 
••• and Fletcher 

• " Daniel N, wks J Cooledge & Bro's, bds 152 Whitehall 
M0^ Ellis Davis & Co, (Ellis Davis & Charles R Haskins) slat- 
^Mj dealers, 9 N Broad 

Frank, elk S W Goode & Co, r 86 Pulliam 

F Howard (O'Connor, Ellis & Co), r 359 Courdand ave 

Frank S (Keely Co), r New York 

George, c, lab G R R 

UHark, c, porter Hampton & Co, r 141 E Cain 
" Miss Hattie, art teacher Capitol Female College, bds 27 
Capitol ave 
^^\ " Henry, died Oct 12, 1890 
^^^ " Henry, c, woodsawyer, r Haynes, e side, 4 n Magnolia 

DOBBS LUMBER COJ^ash, Doors^aml Blin;ir 

Oor. Mitchell & Manerum Sts. Tel. 1045 iMouldlnipi, Oroaments, Kt<v 



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Srug^ists' and Stationers' Mber Goods! 



Atlanta Rubber Co. 

16 Decatur Street, 
S;rineM. Gom1», Toys, Bands, tnrnn, Zte. I ATI.ANTA, • - QSOBaiA. 

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Ellis Henry, c, porter Constitution Pub Co 

^ M " Henry E, wks C R R, bds 31 Mark ham 

4^(S " James R, trav F E Block, bds Brunswick House 

H " John E, elk Clark & Matthews, bds 143 Calhoun 

f\Si " John W, elk S C Glass, bds 2\ Hayden ■ 

2-— " Jonathan M, grocer 198 Houston, r same ^^^ 

C5 o Julia A, teacher Atl University ^^^ 

flj +-• " Miss Margery, kindergarten school 103 Pulliam %i^ 

* ^ " Nancy, (wid Wm), r Bellwood ave "VV 

[1^*5 " Philip H, bkkpr r i Boulevard ^y| 

" Prioleau, elk United Underwrtrs Ins Co, bds 165 Washington ^^^ 

" Susannah, (wid Wesley), bds 105 Plum ^^^ 

" Thomas B, elk Wood-Stearns-Beaumont Co, rms 60 Cone ^^ 

" Wm, peddler, r 371 Courtland 

'• Wm, stone cuttei, bds 42 E Mitchell 

" Wm D, (Ellis & Gray), r 165 Washington 

" Wm D Jr, elk Ellis «Si: Gray, bds 165 Washington 

" Wm F, painter, r E Grant Park 

" Capt Wm F, with Shackelford's Detective Agency 
Ellis & Gray, (Wm D Ellis, James R Gray), attorneys, 41 14 S 
Broad 



On HnntTinl TifnTnn Hn fT.H. p. bi.« 
D (jGlirai LlIB lis. bO.{ ''=*'""' ""J 



BliOODWORTH. Gen. Agt 
Highest Interest Rate. 
See Page 39. 



Ellison, see also Allison 

" Allen, c, brickmason, r rear 26 Parks 

" Clifford, ship elk J B Daniel, bds Whitehall Hotel ;L._ 

" Francis E, (wid John), r 29 Berean ave Oi j^ 

" George C, helper Guimarin, Engles & Stockton, bds 47 ^ 2 

Foundry > ^^ 

" Henry C, car coupler C R R ^ r>l 

" Hugh, wks Fulton B & C Mills b ^ 

" Ira A, wks E T V & G shops, r Berrell sw cor Gate City 3 Q 

" Leonard A, carp, r 176 W Peters JJ, <b 

" Mattie, (wid George), r 47 Foundry r* j^ 

" Wm, elk D A Beatie, rms in yards O ^ 

" W A, mess Sou Ex Co, bds Markham House 3 ^ 

" Wm M, boarding, 31 Markham 2. ^ 

" Wm Y R, bolt cutter W & A R R, bds 47 Founday 3 g^ 

'' Zach, c, wood sawyer Ga Coal and Wood Co, r 27 Ricii- 3 ^ 

d© ^ • 
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Ellsworth John H, (L H Hall & Co) r 90 Simpson S ^ 

Wm, r, waiter Kimball House, rms 17 Calhoun ^ ^ 

Elneth Charles A, mach, r 84 Houston 5^^ 

Elsas Adolph, office boy Fulton B & C Mills, bds 56 Garnett = 55 

" Isaac, store keeper Fulton B & C Co, r 24 Factory a ^ 

i A A A r OLDEST AND LARaEST HOXJSB in the SOUTH. ^ i A A A 
I U k k J CH AMBERLIN, JOHNSON & CO. I I U U 1 1 

lODD 1 'T«7/.7,rDrY fioocls, Carpets, Fnrnitnre & Shoes I lOuU 



LUMBER DEALERS, 313 MARIETTA STREET. 



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B » 3 Elsas Jacob, Pres Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills, r 56 Garnett 

■I'^ " Leopold, mach, Fulton B and C Mills 

f- Z " May & Co, see Fulton Co B & C Mills 

8 ' ■ " Oscar, wks Fulton B and C Mills, bds 56 Garnett 

■ I ~ Elsby Garnett c, lab, r 2 Greene 

•' John, c, driver furniture wagon, bds 2 Greene 
K- — " Samuel r, porter Geo W Stephens, r 2 Greene 
^^^^^ Elston Harry B, tailor 3 E Ala, r 103 Pulliam 
^""^ ^ Elsworth Wm, r, waiter Kimball House, bds 17 Calhoun 
K^ S Elyea Charles L, bkkpr King Hardware Co, bds 36 Houston 
W I Emanuel, see also Manuel 
f^ I " Howard, c, cook W P Pattillo 
^2 " Nathan, ins agt, r 429 Whitehall 
<< ^f' Embry Sandy, c, wks Tech School, r 101 W Baker 
0* £q Emerson Henry, butcher, r 172 W Fair M Q 

^o« " Thomas, c, lab, r 13 Porter Jf 

" * •. " Wm H, Ph D, prof of Chmry Ga Schl of Tech, r 348 Calhoun O Qi 
<Q |£ Emery Bud, wks G W Jack Mfg Co • -^ 

/v* S-S " Henry F, fish 16 Peachtree, r Kirkwood 

W|| " Miss Mary G, stamp elk P O, r Kirkwood, Ga v/ 

W . Emme Michael, chemist 135 Peachtree, r same H 

P^ 3 Emmel Jacob, foreman Hook and Ladder No i "^ ^1 



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CO Emory Mary (wid John), rms 55 Greens Ferry 

O " Zach, c, lab, r N Atlanta 

2 Empire Loan & Building Assn, Jos Hirsch, pres, Aaron Haas, sec 

I ^ and treas, 36 E Alabama 

o J Employer's Liability (accident) Assurance Corpora- 

5 tion, of London (limited), Torbett & McCandless, agts, 

CO 22 Kimball House, Decatur 

Sf gj Ems Alec, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 49 Bell 

Z Q Engerser Wm, watchman ETV&GRR, ri2 Buena Vista ave 

O ^ England John, lab, rms Broomhead, W E ^ 

CO ffi " Nancy C (wid Daniel), bds 377 Wheat F* 

. " l^homas, c; wks R & D R R K 

*^ 0^ Engle, see also Ingle J: 

^ _ " Charles, wks R & D R R, bds 49 Bell JD 

*t O ''^'"'gl'^^ Jolin F (Guimarin, Engles & Stockton), r 24 Spring ^ 

^ ■■ Englett C Oscar, col J J Woodside, bds 286 Luckie Q 

> Z " E T, died Mar 20, 1889 F 

Z ^ " Wm E, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 286 Luckie ^ 

111 QES Englin Mrs Lula, bkkpr J H Kuhns, bds 31 Garnett \f 

►■ ^ English Cicero C, sergt ])olice, r 73 W Simpson ^ 

CO ' Clark, wks F J Cooledge & Bro, r 7 Curran vj 

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT AT SOTTOM PNICCS. 

1'l^orxt.toxx^m, - - « « BO 'VCT'la.ltelxA.ll St. 



lOOinCIIT lUOilDIUOCr prompt and liberal SErrLEUEMTS. 

AliljIUbNI IHiUKANUt tORBETT & McCANDLESS. State Agents, 

Implsym LteUlttf Amnse* Cwpontioa. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

3 ENG ( 583 ERR 

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r-p English George, c, lab, r 12 Logans al ^ 

-eg- " Harry L, elk Bain & Kirkpatrick Co, bds 34 Cone 

, ^1 English James W, pres Chattahoochee Brick Co and Amer a 
-r— , Trust & Banking Co, r 34 Cone 0>p^ /^ ^H^ 

£j " James W, Jr, bds 34 Cone S^f})i k-V v. ^^ 

" Lonnie M, elk W D Manor, bds 73 W Simpson • 

" Wm C, -A^ks F J Cooledge & Bro, bds 7 Dillon 
3 Engram, see also Ingraham 
^3 " Wm H, bkkpr J L Shuff, r 263 E Cain^ 

^^ Enloe Wm, carp, bds 10 Warren place 

^ Ennis Charles W, shpg elk Milner Bros & Co, bds 66 Davis 
^q- " C W, trav Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r Sylvania, Ga 

,^. " John T, grocer 64 Davis, rms 66 same 

" Mary F (wid Pink E), bds 66 Davis 

" Wm M, cond C R R, r 66 Davis ^ V ^ A y^ju^ 
:B Enon J C, carp Beutell Mnfg Co ^^Si'snA.WT^^''^ 

T=1 Enright Catharine M, (wid Patrick), res 130 GuUatt 
7^ Enterprise Lumber Co, (F J Ansley, J W Pope) Yellow Pine 
Lumber mills Dempsey Ga, office 24)^ E Alabama 
Eplan Leon, dry goods 62 Decatur and 103 W Peters, r a2 Court- 
0<i \and ave /j?C /^ / 

Rnnersnn W T fireman W Xr A R R ^ Jm d' i. - ( ■■ - 1'^ //''A^ 



Epperson W J, fireman W & A R R 



0, bds 66 Davis ^ 

vania, Ga L 



WAPiflNS % MV\\ For OLD RELIABLE MILBURN WAGONS 

n iiU UI1 U Ul Ullil 1 U Call at Atwater Carriage Co., 39 to 47 W. Alabama £r 



«37 Epps Isaac, c, lab, r 4 Hunnicutt 

;£^ " Iverson, c, drayman, r 3 Bass 

"Fl " Jacob, c, grocer Richmond n e cor Martin, r 186 Martin 

Q " James, carp, r rear 81 W Cain 

3 " John G, c, brakesman ETV&GRR, r Garibaldi between 

1=1 Amy and Fletcher 

3 " Joseph, c, wks J F Redd, r 15 Chapel 

" Lewis, c, porter A L Holbrook & Co, r loi Markham 

" Lewis, r, driver, res loi Markham 
^5^ " Lewis, c, lab, res 91 Dover 

^^7 " Robt, c, janitor Summer Hill School, r 62 Richmond 

3D " Robert, c, brickmason, res 350 N Fort 

" Walter, c, waiter Markham House 

" Wm, wks Fulton B & C Mills 
B " Wm, c, mess W U T Co 

IB Equitable Life Assurance Society of U S, Perdue & Eg- 
JD leston agts, rms A & B (jould Bldg (See covers) 

ID Erb Joseph R, supt VanWinkle G & M Co, r in Marietta 
I Ergenzinger Alexander, upholsterer, 12^4 E Hunter 
iT Erickson Charles G, barkpr J Blount, r Bellwood 
O- Errick Charles C, tinner Hunnicutt & B, r 62 Thurmond 

H. G. KUHRT, No. 1 WHITEHALL ST. 

A Specialty M»d« of Fine Imported Cigars. 



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Erskin Judge John, r 250 Rawson 

Erskine Michael, elk W Erskine, bds 377 Whitehall 
" Wm. linens 21 Whitehall, r 377 same 

P>vin John, c, blksmith, bds 15 S Calhoun 

" Walter, wks Ga Stove & Range Co, r Jackson, Belhvood 

Erwin, see also Irvin and Irwin 

" A M, elk The Fair, bds 146 Ivy O^ 

" Alexander S, R R Commissioner, r Athens, Ga %^^ 

" Baxter W, mess Sou Ex Co, bds iii Marietta 

" Howell C, lawyer 6}4 Whitehall, r 199 Jackson ^^9 

" James L, elk Hoyt & Thorn, bds 146 Ivy ^~^ 

" James L M, cabinetmaker, r 30 S Terry %m^ 

" Sallie J (wid Thomas), (Owen & Erwin), r iii Marietta ^gJ^ 

" Thomas C, paying teller The L -wry Banking Co, bds 67 N ■ 

Pryor Hi^J 

Esbit John, c, draymat. , r basement 28 Boulevard ^.^%, 

Esbrada Vincent C, cigarmaker A Cuesta, bds 271 Rawson \^^ 

Eskew John, bartender Mrs S 8 Selig, rms 24 Ella, Old Barracks - — ' — « 
" John W, fireman R & D R R, r 15 Cornelia 

Eskridge Albert P, grocer 233 W Peters, rms 107 Walker 
" Peter, r, grocer 179 Wheat, r same 

Essig Christian, elk Eisman & Weil, bds 166 Calhoun 



THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. I ^- ^v.?„^^fS««^^^ 

OF NEW YORK. ( No. lo Oecatur Street. 



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Estanillo P A, cigarmaker A Cuesta, bds Grant House 

Estee Phillip, agt Edison Electric Light Co, bds 313 Courtland 

Ester Mrs Francis, r Ponce DeLeon Springs 

Estes George P, wks Atlanta Piano Mfg Co, r 14 Jenkins 

" Joseph E, wks C R R, bds 146 S Forsyth 

" Joseph L M, trav S Maier & Co, r 10 W Ellis 

•' [oshua, wks C R R, r 146 S Forsyth 

" J Marion, bds 10 W Ellis 

" Miss Mattie E, sten Wilhelm & Preston, bds 146 S Forsyth 

" Minor, mach E T V & G shops, bds 264 Luekie 

" M Van, r 26 Boulevard 

" Wm, wrapper M Rich & Bro 
Estey Miss Harriett L, teacher Spelman Seminary 
Estey Organ Co, H W Walker mngr. Marietta cor Broad 
Estley Wm T, carp, r 6 Lowe 
Ethridge Edward, c, driver, 177 Kennesaw al 

" Henry T, wks E T V & G shops, r 256 McDaniel 

" Israel, c, lab, rms 77 Kennesaw al 

" John S, wks E T V & G shops, r 274 McDaniel 

" J T, r I E Fair 

" Miles, c, cook, r Ponder's alley ^^9 

GEO. CROUCH I Monuments, Headstones 
77 LOYD STREET. I and Statuapy. 



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Manu factories, Uills, 

' Stores and every hind of bulld- 

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Ethridge Wm, c, lab, rms 77 Kennesaw alley '/, "' 

Eubanks Asa, wks E T V & G K R / i ' 

" George F, elk A J Miller & Son, bds xo Robbins 
" Gilbert T, general store 232 W Peters, KUS Walker 
" Heenan C, wks C R R, r 213 W Harris "" ~ ~ 
" Hugh E, wks Electric Light Co, r Bellwood ave 
" Isaac B, grocer 25 W Mitchell, r 9 Jeannette 
" John, elk VV Barnett, bds 2214 W Mitchell 
" Joseph E, wks W U Tel Co, r 664 Marietta 
" J Edgar, elk R S Eubanks, bds 96 Walker 
" J W, barber 3ii/< Marietta 
" McDonald D, coHctr Wheeler & Wilson Mfg Co, 
" Peter, r, wks Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co, r iii Wilson 
" Robert S, grocer 69 S Broad, r 96 Walker 
" Thos F, driver fire eng No i, r 107 Plum 

Eugene Jacobs' Pharmacy, Eugene Jacobs prop, drugs, 
Marietta, Old Capitol Bldg . 

Evans see also Evins a. W" ^' , 

" Abe, r, lab, bds 228 Randolph .V^_ , i^p'-'^'U^ jL ^ 

" Albert, c, lab, r 18 Biggers ^^\/\ yr^ 

" Amos, lab city v^ '^^'''^*~^!/ 

'* Anderson P, bkkpr D H Dougherty & Co, rms ^-^ Wheat 



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rNo. 30 8. BROAD STREET. 
Place to Buy Cheapest and 
Beat Property. CALL.. 





Evans Augustus, c, tailor H B Elston, rooms 67 Windsor 

" Bcujauiin, c, driver J J Baivey & Co, r 91 Hill 

" Berry c, lab, r 63 Fortune L^ 

" Bud, c, wks Chattahoochee Brick Co 

" Charles, fireman C R R, bds ^11 E Hunter 

" Charles H, printer Constitution, r 15 Ornie 

Evans Rev Clement A, pastor Merritts av M E Church, r 52 
Houston .. ' ■ ■ ■ ■ —-- 

" Clement W, student, bds 52 Houston 

" Clifford, c, lab, bds 151 Currier 

" David V, wks Atl Piano Mfg, r 23 Yonge 

" Edward, c, brickmason, r 12 Parsons 

" Edward, c, carp, r 3 Talley's al 

" Edward, c, drayman Langston & Woodson 

" Edward M, printer Constitution, r 15 Orme 

" Frank, c, lab, r 53 Hilliard 

" George, c, tailor A W Finch, <r, r 78 Hilliard 

" George W, cond E T N & G R R, r 35 Garibaldi 

" Harry T, packer Atl Glass Wks, r 501 S Pryor 

" Henry, paperhanger W S McNeal, r 226 ^^ Wheat 

" Jacob, c, cook, r 57 Gate City 

Qxcelsiop # Steam I^aundrjf, 

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Evans James, lab, bds 11 Bailey 

" James, r, lab, bds 131 Currier 

" James, c, wks Chattahoochee B Co, bds 7 Thurmond 

" James, c, wks F W Hart Sash & Door Co, bds 149 Terry 

" Rev James F, r 42 King 

" Jesse, c, lab, bds 57 Gate City 

" John wks Georgia Stove and Range Co 

" John, t\ asst cook Marshall House 

" John, c, axman city engineer 

" John, r, wks G M Howell, r 214 W Mitchell 

" John H, c, grocer 113 E Hunter, r same 

" John W, steno Thos M Clarke & Co, bds 15 Orme 

" Joseph, c, lab, bds 57 Gate City 

" Joseph, c, wks Fuller & Akers Co, r 4 Newton 

" Julius, r, driver Ga Coal & Wood Co, r Pettus 

" Lewis, c, butler, r 15 Holcomb al 

" Mary (wid), bds 223 E Fair 

" Mary E (wid John Q), r 174 Loyd 

" Moses, c, waiter Mrs M J Stewart 194 Wheat 

" Nannie, (wid John), r 350 Marietta 

" Preston, c, wks F E Block, bds 20 Alexander 

" Richard, c, bds 48 Edgewood ave 

Fnterior finish {ATLANTA MFG. CO. 

STORE. BANK AND OFFICE FIXTURES. (. 6-12 COURTLAND AVE. 

Evans Richard L, policeman, r 11 Bailey 

" Riley, c, driver F W Hart Sash & Door Co, r 151. Currier 

" Robert, carp, r 37 Rockwell 

" Robert, c, drayman, r 63 Fortune 

" Robert R, asst sec Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, bds 45 Capitol 

" Rowan B, trav F E Block, r Plains, Ga 

" Rufus, wks A Foote & Bro, bds 11 Bailey 

" Samuel M, printer Constitution, r 19 Orme 

" Sarah A, (wid Augustus S), r 124 Davis 

" Silas, r, wks Stand Oil Co, r 42 Emmett 

" Thomas, bds 82 Walton 

" Vince, c, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills, bds 1 Glynn 

" Wm, c, lab, r 88 Jones ave 

" Wm, c, lab, rms 27 Crumley 

" Wm, c, lab N C Spence, r 10 Chestnut ave 

" Wm, c, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 27 Howell 

" Wm F, cond Fulton County St Ry, bds 216 Hiiliard 
Evans Wm. I, Manage rCharles Scribners Sons 43-45 N Pryor, 
res 13 Park place 

" Wm L, shooiing gallery cor Loyd and Decatur, r 39 Orme 
Evans Wm T, (Carter & Evans), rms 41 N Forsyth 






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AliblUtB I miUKABut J TORBETT k McCANDLESS, State Agents, 

«inpl07«M LWUity AmnnM Oorpo»tlon. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

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Q. Evatt Charles W, painter, r 385 Eraser ^^ 

r'lJ Eve Robert C, elk A G Candler & Co ^ 

y rj Everett Clarence, trav M C & J F Kiser & Co, bds 278 Peachtree — M 

*^ 111 " G Beaure, (G B Everett & Co), pres Ga Stove & Range Co, ^ ry^ 

LL (V I- 19 Pine S ^ 

~ P Everett G B & Co, (G Beaure Everett, Lewis D Hoppie) Q 

s #M wholesale Brokers Flour Grain and Hay 53^ E Ala O ^> 

James, watch F W Hart Sash & Door Co, r 142 W Baker "^ ^ 

James A, engr W & A R R, r 238 Haynes '!I m 

Q " James H, elk Keely Co, bds 69 E Peters * 

1^ " Lena E (wid Alexander), r 356 W Peachtree 00 t^ 

aJ ■ " Susan A (wid Jefferson), r 21 Daniel C J^ 

35 < " Thomas H, lab, r Bellwood 2 ^rt 

Q> " Wm S (M C & J F Kiser & Co), r 278 Peachtree Z S^ 

4j Everett Willis M, lawyer 2114 E Ala, r 233 N Hilliard HI ^ 

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" Emmett I (E I E version & Co), bds Kimball House p ^ 

" E I & Co (E I Everson, J R Jones), jewelry 56 S Broad f" p-i 

" W C, rms 351^ S Broad " ^^ 



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" Augustus C, elk Beck & Gregg Hdw Co, bds 36 Houston ^ 

"^ J " John C, furnniture 50 S Broad, r 36 Houston S ^^ 

^ ? " John G, bkkpr, J C Evins, bds 36 Houston J" ^ 

/J " R W, w\s ^ou Agrl Works T ^ 

2? M " Scott, c, earp~r 61 Haynes ^ ^^ 

E\\;£ll Miss Luella, elk The Fair, bds Grant House "~ ^^ 

g Ewin M, elk Sou Ry & S S Assn, bds Hotel Weinmeister ^ J5 

^ n Ewing John H (Morris, Ewing & Co), r Jackson >^ ^^ 

^ n "^ Jones N, blacksmith, r 6 Rockwell O ^^ 

?^ " Lowe D, elk Morris, Ewing & Co, bds 21 Calhoun O 25 
^ H " Richard A, with J Silvey & Co, bds 21 Calhoun 
^ ^ Excelsior Steam Laundry Co, W E Hanye mngr, 47 Z »-^ 

rt Decatur (See bottom lines) C pH 

5 5 Executive Mansion, Peachtree s w cor Cain rf HH 

^ j3 Exposition Cotton Mills, D N Speer pres, n end Marietta § 

^ Exum F P, flagman ETV&GRR ' 1j:t 

^3) " Robert, carp, bds 150 S Forsyth ^^ 

^ Ezzard Chas, c, wks Ga R R depot, r 10 Rasberry al ^3 

U4 " Wm L, farmer, r 66 N Forsyth ^ 

^ " Wm P, elk W & A R R, bds 66 N Forsyth 3 

^ Ezzell Francis M, watchman L Snider, r 51 E Harris ^^ 



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Faber J Jackson, photographer 281^ Whitehall, r same 

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Faffett Carrie A, (wid Frederick), r 33 W Harris 
Fagan Christopher A, mess Sou Ex Co, bds 34 Capitol ave 

" D John, wks Cuban Cigar Factory, bds 119 Mangum 

" Mary A, (wid John), r 119 Mangum 

" Wm, c, lab, r 76 S Buder' 
Fayhey Peter J, bds 65 Fairiie 
Faigaux Fritz, tailor Kenny & Satzky, r Mary 
Fain Edward, c, brakeman E T V & G R R 

" Miss Flora, teacher Fair St School, bds 132 S Forsyth 

" Henry, r, hackman, r Whitner's al 

" Henry, r, tailor, r 189 Butler 
Fain John N, county school comr, and sec and treas John N 
Fain Marble & Granite Co, office 3d floor new annex 
Court House, r 132 S Forsyth 

" Miss Mary A, teacher Ira St School, bds 132 S Forsyth , — ■ — . 

" Peyton A, carp, r 73 Larkin - 

" Samuel A, eng W & A R R | O 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL <§ ? 

Is the Best. Sold One-balf or all Casli or on Time. 24 K. Broad St. 

Fain Wm B, bkkpr B S Drake, bds Abbott cor Sellers ave, W E 

" Wm L, flour 22 S Forsyth, r 67 Forest ave 

" Wm M, elk W L Fain, bds 67 Forest ave 
Fair Compton, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 53 Fowler 

" Green W, c, mess S A Darnell, r i Bishop 

" James P, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 53 Fowler 

" Leonard, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 53 Fowler 

" Wm, wks Expo Mills, r 52 Expo grounds 
Fairbanks Edwin S, asst yd master W & A R R, r 31 W Mills 

" Franklin T, (Fairbanks & Benteen), r 7814 Peachtree 

" L G, trav, r 163 Ivy 

" & Benteen, (F T Fairbanks & F W Benteen Jr), milk and 
dairy goods 77 Peachtree 
Fairsberry F J, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Faith John, r 13 Hilliard 

" John F, r Flat Shoals road 

" Wm H, saloon 30 Decatur, rms 283^ same 
Fales Thoma-^, r, lab, r 45 Hills av 

" Miss Bertha M, teacher Spelman Seminary 
Falez Wm, wks Cuben Cigar factory, bds 119 Mangum 
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Falkner Wm H, Ry mail elk, bds 1461^ Decatur 

" Wm M, wks Gate City Cofifin Co, bds 118 Mangum 

Fall Mark A, bkkpr S S S Co, rms 29 Houston 

Fallen Edward, hostler Met St R R, r 150 Gullatt 
" George, wks Ga R R, r 150 Gullatt 
" James O, wks G R R, bds 150 Gullatt 
" Seab, c, drayman, J P Babb, bds Beach 

Fallon A, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 
" Henry, c, waiter Markham house 

Falvey Daniel, paper hanger M M Mauck, bds 15 Clifford 
" Henry, plasterer, bds 15 Clififord 
" John J (J J Falvey & Co), r 91 Hill 
" J J & Co (J J Falvey) produce, 21 S Broad 

Fambles Robert, c, lab, r 21 Tatnall 

Fambro Amanda A (wid Allen), boarding, 59 W Mitchell 
" Emmet, c, wks J M White, c, 
" Holbert, <r, lab, bds i Arthur 
" Lemige, c, lab, bds i Arthur 
" Samuel, c, r 14 Clifford 
" Wiley, c, lab, r i Arthur 
" Wm, {-, porter A & P Tea Co, r 90 Larkin 
" Wm, c, wks J T Schell, bds 196 W Mitchell 



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Endowment Polices at Life Rates. 

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Fannin Cordelia (wid A B), bds 70 Ivy 

" George, c, lab, r rear 68 Humphries 

" Henry C, bkkpr J J Falvey, bds 70 Wheat 

" Wm E, bkkpr W L Fain, bds 70 Ivy 
Fanning George B, c, grocer Jackson-Bellwood 

" Morris, c, driver Sou Box Factory, r same 

" Thomas, c, butler Mrs S C Venable 
Fannings Washington H, shoemkr 247 W Mitchell, r 254 same 
Fant Julian, harnessmkr W L Reeder, bds 145 Decatur 
Farley Frank M, treas & genl mngr The Kennesaw Guano Co, 
bds 143 Peachtree 

" Owen, bkmkr Piedmont Turf Exchange, bds 61^ Peachtree 

" Philip, bolt cutter W & A R R, r 28 Rhodes 

" Thomas E, stonemason, bds 28 Rhodes 

" Wm A, machinist, bds 28 Rhodes 

For all names not found under 
proper classification see list of altera- 
tions and corrections. 

Heavy Farnishings for Hotels, Offices, Public Baildlngs, &g 

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Alexander 

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Farmer Berry, c, brakeman E T V & G R R 

" George W, c, grocer McDaniel n w cor Mary, r Elizabeth 
bet Arthur and Mary 
Henry, tinner G P Ry, r ig Corput 
Howard, wks G W Jack Mfg Co, bds 414 E Fair 
Miss Jane, housekeeper 69 E Hunter 
John, wks G W Jack Mfg Co 
John H, carp, r 224 Linden ave 
Mary A (wid John), r 16 Boulevard 
Robert, c, carp, r 3 Newton 
Robert A, elk M C & J F Riser & Co, bds 26 N Forsyth 



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Farmer Samuel D, night watchman, r 414 E Fair 

" Thomas W, carp, r rear 93 Fort 

" Wm, carp, r 230 Linden ave 

" Wm, wks Coml Oil Co, r Mean, bet Ponder and Marietta 
Farmers' Alliance Exchange of Georgia The, J O Wynn 
State bus agt, Alliance F2xchange bldg, cor Hunter and 
Forsyth 
Farnsworth Jack A, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, bds Kimball 
Farr, see also Pharr 

" James B, boilermaker, r 184 W Pair 

" John W, r 24 Jones ave 

" Thomas J, car inspector R & D R R, res 71 Howell 

" Thomas J, wood and coal 454 Decatur 
Farrar Acquilla C, (A C Farrar & Co), bds i Baltimore place 
Farrar A C & Co, (Acquilla C Farrar) Mdse Brokers 43;^^ 
E Alabama. (See page 47) 

" Frank B, gauger, bds 20 Borne 

" Frank F, bds 177 Courtland 

" Jordon, lab, rms 20 Bradbury alley 
Farrar Robt M, Cash Merch Bank, bds i Baltimore place 

" Robt W, trav, bds i Baltimore place 



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General Avente CtoorKia and Alabama, 
22 KtetlMtil HouM, Deeainr St., Telcpbone 72. 



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XJ- Farrell see also Ferrell ^^ 

1 " Augustus, c, lab, res 66 Magnolia ^#\ 

JJ " Ignatius L, carp, res Bowles near Logan ^r^ 

-pA " John E, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, bds 25 Wheat ^^3 

:^ " J I, died October 4 1890 ^J 

-^^ " Peter, tailor Jerry Lynch, r 90 Decatur 

^^^ Farrington Peter, farmer, r Martin, S Atlanta 

Farris, see also Ferris 
1^ " Camelia (^vvid VVm), bds 15 Mechanic 

^^ " Edwin D, painter R & D R R, bds 37 Chamberlain 

Frederick B, bds 15 Mechanic ^^ 

John A, wks E T V & G R R, bds 256 McDaniel ^J 

Marion E, carp, r 160 Ira , , / ' ^"^ 

Gr " Rosie, policeman, r 256 McDaniel ''>/7/'u ^ ^ JO'--^' ' bjj 

J^ " Wm A, contractor, r 4 Orange (^t/ '^^^^/^-^ "^ 

" Wm C, r Gate City bet Rockwell and Gardner 
^\ " Wm I, brickmason, r 256 McDaniel 

g-^ Farrow Abraham, c, grocer and chair bottomer, 135 Cain, r same 
^^ " Benjamin F, carp, r McMillan 2 e Marietta 
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^ Fason Chas, barber, bds 127 N Butler U f;;^^^! /V^'vil^ ?^ 

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Faulkner, see also Falkner jA^ j-^ CV- \ V--<t 

" Bell (wid John), r 272 Decatur ^ 

" Charles I, with Faulkner, Kellam & Moore, bds 172 Ivy ^.^^ 

" John, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, r 13 Ponder \M^ 

ote Faulkner, Kellam & Moore (Wm D Faulkner, H A Kellam, ^Z^ 
John L Moore), manufacturing opticians, 58 Marietta, ^ 
I* Old Capitol bldg M 7^ 

^^^ " Wm D (Faulkner, Kellam & Moore), r 172 Ivy ® 

j^ Faver Benjamin I, elk W Laird, r 206 Houston ^ H 

-|- " James D, bkkpr G H Boynton, r 206 Houston ^ 

■^^ " Joseph R, elk G S Prior, bds 206 Houston 

\^ " Wm A, with T Peters, bds zoC Houston 

JH5. Favers David, c, truckman W & A R R, rms 4 Gemunden 

" Sandy, c, whitewasher, r Spink's alley 
^^ Favors Ben, c, lab, r 14 Green's Ferry 

" Henry, ^, carp, r 35 Parks , l.krs^-^^ /// \ 
XJ- Faw Henry, fireman W & A R R J \(V:>^( ' / f/'^ 

I Fay Calvin, died Aug 2 '90 " V, / 

^Y^ " Caroline L, (wid Calvin) r 170 E Hunter 

^* " Frank C, draughtsman Gardner, Pyne & Gardner, bds 170 

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A SPECIALTY AT i 33H WHITEHALL 8TRCCT. 

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Feacral Wm, wks Tec School Shops 

Fear see also Fehr 

Fear Henry J, Mngr Atl Fur Mfg Co, r 306 W Peachtree 

" Zack T, wks Trowbridge Fur Co, bds 114 Gilmer 
Fears Benjamin J, elk J Regenstein & Co, bds Sharman house. 

" Jesse, c, eng Traders Bank Bldg, r 3 Beard 

" J Thomas, elk Moore, Marsh & Co, r 338 Jones 

" Zach, wks Trowbridge Fur Co, bds 10 Schofield 
Featherston Wm S, cotton buyer Adair Bros & Co, r 211 

Boulevard 
Fechtor Charles, wks E T V & G R R, bds 23 Castleberry 
Fehr see also Fear 

" Jacob P, elk C J Kamper, r 86 Linden ave 
Feil Otto, wks Atl Paper Co, r 2 Brotherton 
Felder Edmund A, sten Sou Pass Assn, bds 24 Houston 

" Samuel, elk S S S, bds 124 S Pryor 
Felder Thomas J, special correspndt Corbin Banking Co of N 

Y 17-18 Capitol block, bds 67 N Pryor 
Felker Wm H, carp, r 25 W Simpson 
Fellows Mrs Fanny H, sten Gress Lumber Co, r 23 Courtland ave 

" Wm H, bkkpr Budden & Son, r 23 Courtland ave 
Felt Benjamin, st car driver, r 228 W Fair 

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Felton Charles, c, lab J T Stocks, r 28 Parks ^ 

Fenley, see also Finley ^ ^ 

" Clarence, wks Fenley Furn Co, r Hampton i n Curran ^ 

Fenley Furniture Co The, W R Ware prop, mnfrs chamber n^m 

furniture, dressers, bedsteads, bureaus, wash stands, ^ OS 

tables, etc, 2, 4, 6, 8 Fourth (Tel 377) ^ S* 

" Wm W, supt Fenley Furn Co, r Hampton i n Currran id C/3*^ 

Fenlon Catherine, (wid Michael), bds 306 Mangum m^ S 

Fenn, see also Finn " /^* 

" Charles, mach, bds 48 W Mills *" 2* 

" E, wks Trowbridge Furn Co |g 2" 

" Floyd C, mach, r 58 Martin m ^ 

" Jeff, trav Langston & Woodson, r 354 Jones h" 

" Laura F, (wid Geo), bds 58 Martin 

" Lawrence, carp May Mantel Co, r 54 Martin 

" M J, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

" Shem, pedler, r 86 S Butler 
Fennell Jas J, elk John Ryan's Sons 
Fennemen Henry, wks A Foote & Bro, r 170 Decatur 

Fenton J, wks Sou Agrl Wks Oo 

" Mathias R, wks Phoenix Planing Mill, r 56 Bell o 

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flUMU ■ i-U^B.Bietd8tSMpH*B9 J • Prirate Buildings. . 

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• 5 5 Fen wick John, locksmith, r 408 Form wait 
•3^1 Ferby Edith, r 73 W Cain 
o-'-o I Ferguson, see also Furgerson 
I^M " Dred, c, drayman, r rear 341 Martin 

° « -g Ferguson Edward C, Lawyer & Notary Public g}4 Peachtree, 
jS S bds 29 Luckie. (See card classified lawyers) 

*iS^ " George, c, wks G P Ry 
'5^ " Gus, c, lab, r 222 C R R 

Howard, c, wks G P Ry 

Lewis, c, porter Atlanta Perfumery Co, r Wheat cor Fort 
^S " Minnie (wid David W), r 134 Thompson 

C . " Newton D, engineer, res Luckie bet Dairy & Gresham 
(1) * " Wm E, printer Constitution 
^ * Fernando Mary C, seamstress, r 80 Richmond 
^ § " Moses, c, wks J W Sanders, r Sims n e cor Arthur 
'' Robert, <r, carp, r Ira n e cor Fletcher 
Fernandus Kit. c, lab, r 39 Trenholm 
Ferrell, see also Farrell 
" Abe, c, lab, r Pine, W E 
" Angeline (wid John), r rear 651 Marietta 
" Benjamin, c, hackman, bds 309 W Mitchell 



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Ferrell Charles, c, office boy, bds 31 Parks 

" Dock, wks L H Hall & Co 

" Ernest, c, student, bds 309 W Mitchell 

" Frederick, varnisher Gate City Coffin Co, r 218 Elliott 

" George, lab L H Hall & Co, bds 7 Rock 

" George, c, wks J Corrigan, bds 18 Beerman 

" Henry, c, carp, r 31 Parks 

" John L, lab L H Hall & Co, bds 7 Rock 

" Lewis, wks J M Stevens, r Peters 

" Richard, wks L H Hall & Co, r 79 Thurmond 

" Robert, c, contractor, r 35 Rockwell 

" Susan, (wid Samuel), r 7 Rock 

" Thomas, eng G P R R, bds 36 Simpson 
Ferris see also Farris 

" Frederick W, elk D H Dougherty & Co, r 26 Luckie 

" Thomas B, Ry mail clerk, r 55 Irvvin 
Fetters Anna, (wid Wm), res 21 Bell 

" John, molder J W Rice 
Fettige Wm, wks Atl Glass Works, r Herbert n w cor Amy 
Fetzer Thomas J, mngr Fetzer Clothing Store, res Oak W E 
(See corner cards, street directory) 

G^eelsior m gteam m Cciundry, 

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Fetzer's Clothing Store, T J Fetzer mngr, Clothing, Mens' 

Furnishing and Hats 37 Whitehall. (See corner cards) 
Few James M, bkkpr, r 21 W Fair 

" Wm Frank, elk J M High & Co, bds 21 W Fair 
Feyder Emile, mach, bds 2 McDaniel Road 
Fichter Theodore H, wks Atl Brewing Co, r 278 Calhoun 
Ficken John, grocer 80 Stonewall, r 34 Bailey 

" Wm, painter, bds 34 Bailey 
Fickett Martha, (wid Albert), r 312 Luckie 

" Richard N, trav Atl Paper Co, r 21 Jones ave 
Fickling W Hamp, trav Thos M Clark & Co 

Fidelity and Casualty Co, W T Crenshaw agt 17 Kimball 
Fiebelman Ernest, trav Wellhouse & Sons, bds National Hotel 
l''ield Cieorge, r, cook J B Roberts, r rear 64 Ponce de Leon 

" Samuel E, wks T S Field, r 514 S Pryor 
Field T S, professional horse shoer 49 W Hunter, r 514 S Pryor 

(See page 51) 
Fielder J, c, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 

" S Oscar, trav Dobbs, Wey & Co, bds 92 Ivy 
Melds Alfred, c, wks Sou Box Factory 

" Amiziah P, collector Constitution, r 303 Whitehall 

" Andrew, c, wks Sou Box Factory, bds 92 Humphries 



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F'ields Charles, c, carp, r 41 S Terry 

" Edward, r, lab, bds 24 McDaniel 

" George, wks Fulton Co St Ry 

" Jack, lab, r Pine, bet Fort and Blackmore 

" Sarah (wid John), r 43 Bush 

" Stephen, c, barber J D (r Harbin, r rear 60 Magnolia 

" Wm, <", drayman, r 33 Riggers 

" Wm M, mach H P Ashley, r 60 Formwalt 
F'ievet Alexander J, blower Atl Glass Wks, r 22 Fortress ave 

" Francotsa (wid), r 20 Fortress 
Fife Willis, c, wks VanWinkle Gin & Machinery Co 
Fillyon John R, brakeman E T V & G R R 
Fills John, baker Bliem & Leyh, r 148 Nelson 
I'^incanon Rawson, cabinetmaker, r 55 Tatnall 
Finch Abe W, c, merchant tailor, 8 Walton, r 139 Irwin 

" Alonzo, i, tailor, r 158 Fort 

" Andrew, c, lab, r 129 E Brker 

" Cicero, c, painter, r 6 Horton 

'' Floyd, c, student, bds 129 E Baker 

" Joseph, c, X rear 106 Jackson 

" J R, physician, bds 79 S Pryor 



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finlllnU mAUninLi Torb«*t a MeCandleas, 

Oeneral AMate Oeorgia and Alabama, 
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Finch Robert G, cabinet mkr Atl Piano Mfg Co, r s side Ga R R, 
Edgevvood 
" Wm, c, tailor 2}4 Marietta, r 241 Edgewood ave 

Fincher Cicero, carp, r 11 W Mills 

John C, ladderman H & L Co, r 158 Luckie 
Joseph, city salesman Shaw & Wilson, bds Bell 
Joseph L, wks E T V & G R R, bds 8 McDaniel 
Thomas C, carp, r nr cor Blakely and Peachtree 
Wm A, (Fincher & Fincher), bds 260 W Mitchell 
Wm J, carp, r 8 McDaniel 
Wm T, (Fincher & Fincher), r 260 W Mitchell 

Fincher & Fincher (Wm T & Wm A Fincher), grocers 251 W 
Mitchell 

Findley James A, grocer 162 Decatur, r 13 N Butler 
" John M, reg elk P O, bds 13 N Butler 

Finkell Albert E, mngr Atlanta Glass Works, r 502 S Pryor 

Finley, see also Fenley 

George, c, wks W R Finley, bds 132 Markham 

Jackson, c, lab, r Oliver-Edgewood 

James, supt Nat Copying Co, bds Kimball House 

James, elk J Ryan's Sons, r 23 Reed 

Lee, c, driver Golden Transfer Co, r rear 95 E Harris 



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Finley Lucinda (wid Windy T), r Bellwood 

" Melvina (wid John), seamstress, r 21 Hunnicutt 

" Nick, c, porter Mrs S S Selig, r rear 26 Brotherton 

" Olin, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds e s Mean bet Murphy and 

Bellwood ave 
" Thomas, lawyer 2ij4 Marietta, r 145 Walton 

Finly Wm, c, barber, rms 132 Markham 

Finley W Robert, barber, 99 Whitehall and i}4 Marietta, r 132 
Markham 

Finn, see Fenn 

Finney E L, fireman W & A R R 

Finnigan John J, boiler maker 202 Marietta, r 166 Thompson 

Fire Dept Headquarters, W R Joyner, chief, 25 S Broad 

Firs Marion (Firs & Hawkins), bds cor Jones and Washington 
" & Hawkins (Marion Firs, Joseph B Hawkins), grocers, 293 
Jones 

Fischer Hartford C, contractor, r 104 Windsor 

Fish Robertine (wid Vines), r 107 Nelson 

Fishback W T, wks May Mantel Co 

Fisher Benjamin D, c, wks frgt office E T V & G R R, bds 89 
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30 and 8S Peaelitree Mreet. 



( Marbleised Iron, Slate and Hard- 

ood Mantels, Orates, Oooking: 

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ill r Architects. Special attention given 
RJ -j ^0 Ecclesiastical Architecture in all 
J II I i*» deiaih. 44 Gould Building. 



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^■y^ Fisher Charles H, asst mngr Gate City Oil Co, bds 42 Walton ^f^ 

^^•^ " Charles W, engr W & A R R, r 106 E Simpson ^■" 

^^^ " Cincinattus S, meat market 272 Marietta, bds 195 Powers 

^^S^ " ^^^ Charles O, r 89 Fraser 

^^^ " Edward, wks Sou Agrl Works, r nr Bellwood ave ^^^ 

" Ellen G (wid James H), bds 15 E Mitchell ^D 

^^^ " Fred A (Pause, Schroeter & Co), r New York ^^^ 

^^^ " Frederick, brickmason, r rear 15 Logan 

^ " George, saloon 62 Foundry, r 58 same 

~ '~j " Howard J, elk Bain & Kirkpatrick Co, bds 21 Pulliam 

CT^ " James A, contractor, r S Boulevard 

C^^ " John, plasterer, r iii^ S Broad ^^^ 

" John bkkpr E T V & G shops, bds 23 Humphries ^^^ 

f^^ " Lewis, wks W & A R R ^^ 

^^^ " Lewis, farmer, r near Boulevard and electric plant 

J^TJ " Lewis, c, wks W & A R R, r 118 W Harris 

"***^ " Margaret (wid Wm), r 22 Hayden 

" Ross, farmer, r near Boulevard and electric plant 

^■^ " Walter E, trav Atlanta Wooden Ware Co, r 21 Pulliam 

^^ " W, wks Fenley Furniture Co, bds South, w s, i s 4th 

S^ Fitch Arthur L, fireman R & D R R, bds 8 Bradley 

' John, wks Expo Mills, rgi Exposition Grounds 



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Fitten Building, Marietta, s w cor Broad 

" Frank C, elk Sou Ry & S S Assn, bds 20 Linden 

" John A (Thos M Clarke &: Co), r 75 Capitol ave 

" John H, r 20 Linden 
B ^ Fitts Edward B, carp, r Bovvden, near cor Peachtree 
H " Miss Kittle, dressmaker, r 124 Spring 

" Walter F, carp, r Blakely, bet Calhoun and Peachtree 
Fitzgerald Mary D, (wid John Edw), r 143 Capitol ave 

" Thos J, elk John Ryan's Sons 

" Wm C, bds 131 Fort 
Fitzgibbon John (Weitzell & Fitzgibbon), r 33 W Baker 

" John, (Weitzell & Fitzgibbon), r 33 W Baker 

" Richard J, r 12 Pulliam 

" Thomas, elk W & A R R, r 205 E Fair 
Fitzpatrick Mrs Martha, wks W W Swanson, r 348 Marietta | C/> 

Flagg A Dexter, ])hys, 42 Old Capitol, bds 26 N Forsyth 02 ^ 

*' W M, c, bellman Kimball House % § 

Flake Henrietta H, (wid Benjamin C), dressmkr, r 1241^ Whitehall t-o "H 

" Walter G, elk S M Inman & Co, r country c^ ^ 

Flanders Laura C, (wid D Mitchell), r 39 N Forsyth '^ ^ 

" Mary E, (wid David), bds 216 Ivy 2]^ 

HAIlDCk I IIBflnFIl An ( MANTELS, FRONT DOORS, VERANDA ai,a 

DuBdS LUMBcR IMmlfSlLorRp Sash, Doors k Blinds 

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Flanders Wm P, (Wm R Phillips Jr & Co), bds 39 N Forsyth 

Flanigan Fields, c, waiter Markham House 

Flavin W J, tel opr W U T Co 

Fleck Henry P, ship elk Oglesby & Meador, r 164 Haynes 

Fleishel David P, cashr Wellhouse & Sons, bds 230 Whitehall 

Fleishman Abe, helper J F Steinhauer 

" Freddie, (wid Simon), r 39 Courtland 
Fleishman Simon, elk L Fresh, r 39 Courtland 
Fleming Absalom F, tobaeeo 305^ E Wall, r 52 W Harris 
Fleming Charles C, see So Eastern Tariff Assn 8}4 Broad, 
rms 9 Powers 

" George, r, wks R & D R R, rms 315 W Mitchell 

" Gilbert, brickmason, bds 3 Plum 

" Green, c, harnessmkr D Morgan, r 315 W Mitchell 

" Henry, f, barber, r 123 Hunter 

" Hilliard D, wks Atl Iron Foundry, bds 115 Smith 

" James E, bartender W C Boggan, rms 26)4 N Broad 

" James R, c, porter W & A R R, r 196 Richardson 

" Jasper, painter, r 9 Leonard 

" John, r, office boy Dr C Johnson 

" John A W, watchman Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 134 Gray 

" Miss Mahara, quilter, r 121 McDaniel 



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" Robert, c, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 5 Hunnicutt 

" Thomas, engr W & A R R, jds 69 W Simpson 

" Thomas, c, lab, bds 266 Marietta 

" Thomas, c, wks 72 Peachtree, r 191 Wheat 

" Thomas P, cigars and tobacco 19 Marietta, r West End 

" Thomas R, wks A & W P R R, r 17 Schofield 

" Virgil A, elk C K Buzbee, bds Smyrna, Ga 

" Wesley, c, lab, r 268 Wheat 

" Wm, brickmason, bds 115 Smith 

" Wm N, cond E T V & G R R, bds 199 S Forsyth 

" Wm T, carp, r Glenn bet James and Kries 

Flemming W H, c, barber J Minor, r 123 E Hunter 

Flemister Austin, c, lab, r i Pine 

" Ben, c, barber D Cramer, r 96 Jones 

" George, c, shoemaker, r 29 Bradley 

"■ Henry L, r, porter T^ P Car Co, bds 189 Clark 

" James L, fireman Met St R R, rms 7 Jeanette 

" John W, r 7 Jeanette 

" J Arthur, wks Abe Foote & Bro, rms 7 Jeanette 

" Mary (wid Owen), r 58 King 

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Flemister Oscar, c, lab city 

" Solomon, c, carp, r 241 W Hunter 
Flesh Augustus, propr Sou Bottling Co, r 31 W Baker 

" Theodore, trav, r 70 Williams 
Fletcher Augustine A, mngr Georgia Pine Lumber Co, bds 
85 Nelson 
" Bruce, r, lab, r Thompson al 
" Frank, c, lab, bds 148 E Ellis 
" Henry, c, wks trunk factory, rms t,^ Ivy 
" L B, baker, bds 68 Tatnall 
" Morris, bds 363 W Peachtree 
" Thomas, lab, r 148 E Ellis 
'' ^ " Virgil, c, coachman Jacob Schane 
1 J Flinn, see also Flynn 
H jfi. " George, c, lab, rms 6 Liberty 
IJJ r " Joseph, painter, r Ponce de Leon grounds 
tt .^ " Robert F, wks E T V & G R R, r 169 Mangum 
^ 8 . " Sallie, (wid Joseph), r North ave bet Randolph & Boulevard 
, * • Floersh Andrew, coll ICeely Co, r 161 Eraser 
J 2 Flood David, c, wks B Jarrett, bds 59 Fort 
^ ag " Samuel, c, carp, r 29 Fort 
111 3 • " Samuel F, bkkpr Gate City Cofifin Co, bds 83 Marietta 

*!* % Florence Ezekiel J, policeman, r 11 E Peters 

I 31 " John, c, carp, bds 19 Logan 

'- ' ■' " J W, (Florence & Sexton), bds 62 Fairlie 

^^^ " Posey B, city salesman J D Frazier, bds Gordon, W E 

i g I " Wagon Co, J J Pelot mngr, W & A R R cor Foundry 

I " & Sexton, (J W Florence & A L Sexton), saloon loi S Broad 

^m^ Florida Charles, c, wks G P Ry shops, bds 26 Henry 

■^ji Flournoy Albert, c, porter Benjamin & Cronheim, bds 49 Cooper Tjf^ 

™*^ " Carl, wks E T V & G shops, bds McDaniel se cor Rockwell ^ 

l^t» " George W, r Bellwood ave 

CQ " Grant, wks G P R R, bds Bellwood ave 

" John W, painter W & A R R, r 55 Bush K 

^sS " Wm, carp, r 205 Ira ^Jf 
Flower James, sh case mkr Atl Mfg Co, r 43 Jenkins ^ 

_^^ Flowers Andrew B, supt Wash Roach Mfg Co, bds 163 Marietta 

J*^ " El wood, glass blower, bds 510 S Pry or 

*** " John M, watchmn Sou Box Facty, bds 78 Yonge 

^^™ " Joseph W, eng Atl Steam Laundry, r 29 Poplar fj 

MLj " Ned, r, wks E T V & G depot, r Gate City, bet Rockwell ^^ 

C3C and Berrell 

LJhm " Sopronia A (wid Frank), r 138 Walton 

ETCHINGS AND STEEL EN6RAVINGSrT|10RliTnii'C 

C FOR BRIDAL PRESENTS. 1 's Whitehall. 







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Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Glass In- 
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Floyd A J, cond C R R 

Benjamin F, elk Mrs M A Smith, r 96 N Butler 

Charles, c, wks G P Ry 

Howard, c, butler Hoke Smith, r rear 357 W Peachtree 

John, c, driver T J Buchanan, r 5 E Harris 

John, c, lab, bds 75 Moseley 

Jordan, c, lab, r 56 Valentine 

Josh, c, lab, bds 75 Moseley 

Lawrence E, printer, r Curran, 3 n Exposition 

Lewis, c, wks W & A R R, r 75 Ehodes 

Lewis M, c, cabinetmaker, r iio)4 Whitehall 

Robert, wks Sou Belting Co 

Taylor, c, lab, r37 Currier 

Thomas, c, driver J F Boyle, r 26 Henry 

Thomas, f, lab, bds 26 Henry 

Wm, c, driver A W Calhoun, r rear 

Wm, ^, wks E T V & G R R, r 75 Gartrell 

Wm E, coupler E T V & G R R, r Gate City bet Rockw( 
and Berrell 

W C, con C R R, bds i Garnett 



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OFFICE AND SALESROOMS 39 TO AT W. A LABAMA STREET. *^^ 

Fluker Harvey, c, lab, rms 18 Liberty 

" Jesse M, trav agt, r 115 Pulliam 

" Llewellyn, c, lab, rms 18 Liberty 
Flury Patrick, tinner, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

" Wm A, carp, r 28 Granger 
Flynn, see also Flinn 

" Benjamin W, repairer Phillips & Crew, rms 142^ Whitehall 

" C T, (wid John) r 31 Gilmer 

" Daniel, gateman Union Depot, r 95 Terry 

" Misses Georgia and Gertrude, dress mkrs, r 200 Fort 

" G W, died March 14, '90 

" James, eng W & A R R, r 149 W Hunter 

" Martin H, elk W & A R R genl offices, bds 149 W Hunter. 

" Pink C, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 18 Strong 

" Thomas S, elk Judge Tanner, bds 31 Gilmer 

" Wm, city street foreman, r 95 Chapel 

" Wm Jr, elk J W Smith, bds 95 Chapel 
Flynt Walter, optician A K Hawkes, bds 59 W Mitchell 
Foden Joseph, shoemkr, resides 27 Bell 
Folmer C C, died September 26' '90 
Folsom Carroll R, elk J M High & Co, bds 1 1 Jones 

" Lee, c, lab, r rear 10 Ennis al 

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■11 Folsom Leonard B, propr European Hotel, also Folsom's 
J* Reading Room and Restaurant, 22 Marietta (Tel 530) 

flj Folsom Montgomery M, reporter Constitution, r 11 Jones 
M0 " Wm, c, lab, r rear 10 Ennis al 

n Folsom's European Hotel, L B Folsom proprietor, 14-20 
Marietta 
Folsom's Reading Room Restaurant, L B Folsom, propr, 
20-22 Marietta (Tel 530) 

fl\ Fomby Mute, c, porter W & A R R ^^ 

\^ Fontaine Francis, Real Estate Mortgage Loans Negotiated ""^p 

^ 48 14 Marietta, bds 370 W Feachtree ^i^ 

^J Foote Abe (Abe Foote & Bro), r 5 Orange, nr Windsor ^"^ 

^1 " Abe & Bro (Abe and Jeff J), trunk mnfrs 17 >^ S Forsyth ^hJ 

^^ " Chauncey L, carp, r 328 Houston a 

^ " Charles A, elk Mrs S S Selig, r 27 Walnut "^^ 

«" Charles C, mach Brosius M S M Co, r 13 Humphries C^^ 

" George W, foreman Woodward Lumber Co, r 81 Gilmer ,—- ^— , 

Foote James G, (Foote & Zuber Lumber Co), r Edgewood <-^ 

■■ " Jeff J (Abe Foote & Bro), bds Orange near Windsor - ^-r? 

" John, c, wks Phoenix Planing Mill ^ 

^J " Michael, r 285 Whitehall E 

^ " Mord, Jr, lawyer II 14 E Ala, bds 285 Whitehall K 55 

w " Thomas A, grocer 71 Chapel, r 44 Stonewall ^ ^ 



THE MDTHAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, | -*• ^v^^^S'i^Sf ^^ "J ™ 

OF NEW YORK. l No. lo Decatur Street. ^ ^ 

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Foote Walter O (Foote & Davies), 19^ S Broad, r Edgewood ^ g 

Foote & Davies (W O Foote, M M Davies), Book Binders and QS 

Embossers ig^4 S Broad (See adv, opposite ) pj CO 

Foote & Zuber Lumber Co (J G Foote, J W Zuber), Lumber ^ ' 

Mnfrs 48 ji; Marietta h^ 

Forbes George B, Dep Clk Supr & City Court, r 188 Capitol ave r ^ 

" Walter T, r Ashby cor Oak, West End H O 

Force Albert W, bds 72 Crew feJ'^j 

" George H, bds 72 Crew ^ 

" G H & A W, shoes 33 Whitehall (J^sO- 

" Julia A (wid Benj), r 72 Crew ^ t/5 

Ford, see also Fort H 

" Albert, c, painter W & A shops, res 11 Angier ave * 

" Billie, (wid Andrew), r 86 Venable ^__^ 

" Boston, c, lab, res 9 S Maple H-f^ 

" Charles, c, cook Markham House, r rear 30 Cone >3 ffl 

" Ed, c, driver John Ryan Sons, bds 51 Little ' j^ 

" Edward, c, tinner, bds 62 Rawson .-^ 

" Emily, (wid Arthur), r 71 Crew ^^ 

" Eugene, elk J W Starnes, bds 128 Marietta [^ 

ri"C*(^ P*"P p^T TO Ijr r Manufacturer of Marble and 

\J±-jy^» v-'XvVy KJ V-^ JTx J Oranite Monuments, Headstones 
r? Loyd St., opp. catboiic ciinrcti I and Statuary. .* .* .* .* .• 






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Ford Frank, c, brakeman E T V & G R R 

Henry, ^, plasterer J G Thrower, r 51 Little 

Homer, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 

James C, rms 144 Nelson 

Joseph, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

Leander H, lab Winship Mach Co, bds 51 Foundry 

Lucian, painter, r 171 Luckie 

Mary, (wid Wm), rms 61 Humphries 

Minnie, (wid C D), r 30 Luckie 

Moses, c, janitor postoffice, r 177 Houston 

Murray A, c, painter W & A R R shops, bds 11 Angler ave 

Miss Nellie, Stenog Supreme Court reporter, bds 71 Crew 

Preston S B, (Herrington, Respess & Ford), bds 126 Luckie 

R O, ins agt, r cor Gordon and Peeples, W E 

Miss Sallie, teacher Fair St School, bds 434 S Pryor 

Mrs Sarah E, r 434 S Pryor 

Will, c, wks G W Lewis, r rear 177 Crew 

Wm, c, porter A J West & Co, bds 51 Little 

Zack T, c, grocer 179 E Cain, r same 

Forden George W, c, lab, r 6 N Bell 

Foreacre Mrs G J, (wid G J), r 142 Peachtree 



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Foreman Robert L, auditor Mutual Life Ins Co of N Y, bds 67 N 
Pryor 

Forgarty Daniel, elk G P Ry, rms Metropolitan Hotel 

Forline Henry T, carp, bds Maple, w s, 2 n Magnolia 

Forrester Charles W, eng Met St R R Co, r 560 Martin 

" Geo W, contracting agt L & N & N C & St L R R, bds 151 
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Forshaw F^dward M, coupler, Ga R R, r 312 Mangum 

" Walter H, office boy Kiser & Sparks, bds 312 Mangum 

Forster, see also Foster 

" Joel W, wks Expo Mills, bds 48 Exposition Grounds 
" Thomas A, wks Expo Mills, r 48 Exposition Grounds 
" Thomas S, watchmkr F J Stilson, r 410 Whitehall 
" Wm H, wks Expo Mills, bds 48 Exposition Grounds 

Forsyth Ehza (wid A B), r 28 McAfee 

" Eugene W (E W & J J Forsyth), bds 28 McAfee 

" E W & J J (Eugene W & John J), grocers 173 Marietta 

'' James A, boilermkr W & A R R, r 89 W Cain 

" John J (E W & J J Forsyth), bds 180 Marietta 

" Samuel W, real estate agt, res 201 Highland ave 

" S W, elk John Ryan's Sons 

" Wm G, col M V Sullivan Kecr, bds 64 Formwalt 

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o p, . Forsyth Wm, blacksmith 23 Walton, r 87 W Cain 

.■|t5 g Fort see also Ford 

I,* g " Berry, c, lab, r 5 White's al 

-S-S * " Franklin P, c, carp, r 22 Vine g hrf 

S g "^ " Ira E, r 182 Peachtree ?T 

"S P.O " Stephen, c, barber 143 Decatur, r 14 Sugar al W ^^ 

J '^ "I Fortland Green, c, lab, r 160 Chapel ^ CJ 

"c fe Fortner Thomas, carp, r 200 Luckie 3j nrf 

^^ t*^ Fortson Henry c, carp, r 186 Foundry O '_' 

. I Fortson Thomas A, pres The Times Pub Co, and sec and prof ^ ^> 

^ higher mathematics Clark University, r S Atlanta • ' 

^ . Fortson Wm, wks Ga Stove and Range Co 

C! H Forward Anets, wks Tech School Shops 

•^ w Foster, see also Forster 

G < " Addie, c, barber 247 W Peters, r rear 264 same 
' Andrew, c, butler, r 160 N Buder 
' Andrew, driver A B Gartrell 

G ^ " Mrs Annie, boarding, r 37 Poplar 

^ " Charles, motorman Fulton Co St Ry 

-^ 2 " Charles, ^, wks R & D R R shops, r 65 Howell 

g < " Claude, bds 410 Whitehall 

j__i oc '< Felix, c, wks Linch & Carter, r rear 212 Haynes 

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o I " George, r, porter G S Prior, r 475 W Mitchell 



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G W, mess Sou Ex Co, bds 20 Pine 

Harry, c, lab, r 249 Mangum 

Henry, c, r 30 Simpson 

Henry, c, r rear 8 Lowes alley 

Hugh, carp, bds 42 E Mitchell 

Humphrey P, contractor, r 149 S Forsyth 

Jones, c, j)ainter, r 49 Fulton 

Joel E, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, r 90 Venable 

John, C-, gardener, r nr cor State and Wallace 

John H, grocer 96-98 Capitol ave, r 83 same 

Joseph, c, furniture repr, r 39 Horton 

Joseph P (Price & Foster), bds Belmont Hotel 

Julius D, carp, r N Atlanta 

Katie (wid Wm S), r 26 Pine 

K Sims, wks Capitol, r 8 Ponder 

Lorenzo D, lab, r Sims, nr Roy 

Maggie S (wid J H), r 138 Capitol ave 

Mary J (wid Wm P), r 213 Gate City 

M B (wid), r 126 Edgewood 



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MANUFACTXTRKRfl OF 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Etc. 



TORBETT & IVIeCflflOliESSji 



Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Glass In- 

snrance Agents. State Agents for 

Georgia and Alabama, Calignraph Writ- 

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Ransom, Jr, c, r near cor 4th and South 

Robt, c, lab, rms 18 Kennesaw alley 

Robert C, c, wks J T Schell, r Pittsburg 

Samuel, c, carp, r 29 Horton 

Sarah M (vvid Edward), bds 24 Currier 

Wade H, bds Hotel Weinmeister 

Walter, c, waiter Durand's Restaurant, r 233 Wheat 

Warren, c, drayman, r 42 Emma 

Warren, c, lab, r Bellwood 

Wm, elk J H Foster, bds 83 Capitol ave 

Wm, wks Southern Agricultural Works 

Wm, mach E T V & G shops, bds 75 Smith 

Wm H, trav Atl Piano Mfg Co, bds Hotel Weinmeister 

Wm J, watchman W & A R R shops, r Curran 2 n Expo 

W S, painter, r 215 E Hunter 
Foute Laura C, tchr, r 207 Boulevard 

" Wm E, station house kpr, r 207 Boulevard 
Fowle John B, cabinet mkr, bds 29 Moore 
Fowler Alfred H, mach hd W S Bell L & I Co, bds 68 Terry 
" Alfred L, elk Constitution Pub Co, bds 42 Walton 
" A Raymond, meat mkt 613 Marietta, r country 



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Fowler B M, elk A & W P R R, bds Arlington Hotel 

Henry, r, waiter Markham House, bds 15 S Calhoun 

Irene (wid Joel M), r 68 N Terry 

James, c, carp, r 57 Howell 

James Edward, farmer, bds nr cor Fort and Blakely 

Joel H, mach hd W S Bell L & I Co, bds 68 N Terry 

John G, grocer 317 E Fair r same 

John L, elk T J Grubb, r 158 W Baker 

Noah R, with S W Goode & Co, r 201 Peachtree 

Phillip K, farmer, r near cor Fort and Blakely 

Sidney, c, waiter Grant House, rms Edgewood ave cor Fort 

Wesley, c, lab Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, rms i Kennesaw al 

Wm A, coupler W & A R E, r 135 Magnolia 

Wm R, bkkpr, bds 201 Peachtree 

Fox Amos (Ketner & Fox), r 65 Courtland 

Henry H, bkkpr A M Shomo, bds 32 Hood 

John M, wks W & A R R genl office, r 17 Hulsey 

T M, wks W & A R R, r country 

Wm, plum Guimarin, Engles & Stockton, bds 26 N Forsyth 

Foy Austin, c, waiter Gate City Club, r 183 Wheat 
" Mary (wid Peter), bds 34 Capitol ave 

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Fraley Joseph, c, city lab, bds 390 N Hilliard 

Francis Rev Cyrus W, A M, Prof of Ethics Atl Uvy, r same 



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Henry L, iness Bank of the State of Ga, bds 346 Whitehall ^^J 



" Henry M, elk Bank of the State Georgia, bds 346 Whitehall 

" John J, solicitor J H Williams, bds 457 Whitehall 

" Montgomery D, trav agt, bds 324 Whitehall 

" Thomas H, trav Simmons Hardware Co, r 346 Whitehall 

" T L, fireman W & R R 

" Wallace K, bkkpr May Mantel Co, bds 346 Whitehall 

" Wm M, cond R & D R R, r 261 Decatur 
Francisco Mary M, (wid Wm), r 263 E Cain 

" R B, cond Fulton Co St Ry 

" Wm, helper Guimarin, Engles & Stockton 
Frank Fannie (wid Joseph), r 22 Cooper 

" E, trav Atl Paper Co, bds Hotel Weinmeister 
Frank Harry, ticket broker 12 S Pryor, r 153 Whitehall 

" Morris B, elk RMS, bds 34 Walker 
Franklin Bud, painter J L Crenshaw, bds N Fort 

" Calvin, c, drayman, r 41 Currier 

" Charles, salesman White Sewing Mach Co 

" Charles, r, driver city, bds rear 177 W Hunter 

" Charles, c, lab, bds 77 Green's Ferry 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 

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■■ Franklin Daniel, r, wks P & G T Dodd & Co 

1^ " Dean, c, lab, r Angier ave, bet Blackraon and Fort 

J " Ed, r, wks W & A R R, r 18 Vine 

2 " Elizabeth, quilting, r Hilliard, bet Chestnut and Highland 

2 " Henry, ^, lab G P R R, r 77 Green's Ferry 
DP Franklin Herman, plumber, 74 S Broad, r 239 Rawson 
S " Hilliard, lab, r 251 N Calhoun 
* " James, r Randolph, bet Houston and Highland ave 

^^ " James, coupler E T V & G R R 

X " James A, furniture, 224 W Peters, r 8 Protherton 

5 " James H, grocer, 18 W Mitchell, r 55 Windsor 

5 " Leopold, bill elk, Atl Paper Co, bds 8 Brotherton 

" Mark, c, lab city 

-- " Max (Franklin & Co), r 215 S Forsyth 

^ " Missouri, (wid Esom) r 314 N Fort I 

^ " Peter, r, carp, bds 43 Fulton ^ 

:a Franklin Publishing House, James P Harrison & Co, props, 

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*• " Thomas, c, lab, r 25 Randolph ^ 
J " WE, died Sept 26, 90 q 
:2 " Wm J, cashier Singer Mfg Co, bds 55 Windsor ^ 

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Belting, Packing, Hose, Gaslcets, Etc. I ATLANTA, - - GEORaiA. 

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^^■^ Franklin & Co (Max Franklin), saloon, 63 Decatur ■ 

CO " W Thomas, elk J C & I Daniel, bds 25 Wheat 

^— . " Wm J, wks Singer Mfg Co, bds 55 Windsor f^m 

#— «- Franks Gustavus, bds 13 Fortress ^9w 

^^ Fraser Colin M, bkkpr Morrison & Co, r 315 S Pryor * 

CQ " Robert A, carp, r 47 E Mills 

OD " Samuel M, carp, r 44 W Mills 
^^ " Wm W, wks E T V & G shops, r 18 McDaniel road 

- _^-, Frasier Rause, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

2^2 Frater Theodore, upholsterer, bds 141 Houston 

. Frayer Ed, c, wks Atl Steam Laundry 

Jl^^ Frazee Orion, sculptor 66^ Whitehall 



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PoUcies Paid in Poll. See Page 39. 



^^'^'^ Frazer Edwin H (O'Niell & Frazer), r 24 E Pine 
^^\ Frazier Arthur, c, lab, bds 253 W Mitchell 

I** " George, c, lab, rms 103 Markham ^ 
^^ Frazier Jeremiah D, whol grain, hay and flour, 41-43 E Ala- ,—-^-^ 

Q^ bama, r cor Gordon and Lawton, WE . ^ ST 

■^^ " John, c, cook Markham House, r 9 Collins ^ S: 

^^ " John H, c, lab Winship Mach Co, bds ^d Magnolia % ** 

TJ^ " ■ Sarah, c, boarding, 9 Collins pa ^ 

^O " Scipio, c, lab, rms 253 W Mitchell §L *» 

Fredeking Alexander E, opr W U Tel Co, r 185 Loyd {33 !»- 

C^ Frederick Andrew, c, wks Stocks Coal Co, r 91 Fraser g ^ 

^^ " Henderson, c, plasterer, r Glenn, bet Fraser and Grady *^ §: 

Li I " ^ Claude, draughtsman Bruce & Morgan, bds 15 Wheat |{? § 
^y Free Anderson P, moulder VanW G & M Co, bds 45 E Simpson ^ 

Qp Freeborn Miss Lizzie J, teacher Spelman Seminary ^ ~^ 

•-^ Freed Mary A, housekpr T H Austin, r rear 58 E Cain ' co 

Freeland Cicero, painter, r 228 Linden ave ?»**§ 

" Henry J, painter, r 126 Pine ' g. 

" Sarah A (wid Daniel F), r 51 Ivy ^g- 

Freeman Albert, c, wks Dobbs Lumber Co »- ^ 

" B F, cond G P R R '^ 

" Calvin, c, carp, r 271 Jones 

" Charles, c, drayman, r 12 Louisa alley 



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Freeman Edward, c, wks E T V &,R R, r 176 McDaniel 

" Elbert, c, driver Golden Transfer Co, r Maple, near Spencer 

" Eliza C {wid Pope), r 4 Spencer 

" Ethan A, lawyer, r Lee, W E 

" Emanuel, c, gardener R Winship, r rear 152 Spring 

" Frank, c, painter, r 5 Alabaster al 

" FA, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

" General, <r, wks R&D shops, r 68 Magnolia 

" George, wks Sou Agrl Wks 

" Henry, wks E T V & G shops, bds i Garibaldi 

" Henry, c, elk James Alexander, r 149 Wheat 

" Henry, c, wks Atl Paper Co, r 282 Wheat 

" Henry, c, porter P P Car Co 

" H Virgil, blksmith Brosius M S M Co, r 6 Magnolia 

" Isaac, c, lab, r rear 120 Marietta 

" Isaac, c, porter St James Hotel, r 234 Clarke 

" I G, printer Journal, bds 49 Pulliam 

" James C, (Freeman & Crankshaw), r Peachtree n e cor 7th 

" Jeff, c, drayman Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co, r 146 Blackmon 

" Jesse, c, lab Atl Street R R 

" Joseph, c, wks W E Johnson, r rear 296 Whitehall 

" Mark, coupler E T V & G R R 



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Freeman Milton, c, coachman, r 25 North ave 

Myron E, elk Freeman & Crankshaw, bds 67 N Pryor 

Moses, c, lab, r 4 Maple 

M T, soliciting agt R & D R R 

Nathan, hackman, r 172 Ira 

Porter, c, porter Wellhouse & Sons, r 98 E Cain 

Porter, c, wks Capital City Club, bds 344 Fraser 

Richard, c, wks H Crankshaw & Co, r 25 Mangum 

Robert C, bkkpr Freeman & Crankshaw, bds Kimball House 

Samuel, c, porter U S Marshall's office, r iii Houston 

Samuel, c. wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r 222 E Cain 

Sidney, c, lab Atlanta Street R R 

Simon, c, lab, r rear i Garnett 

Stephen B, trav, r 49 Pulliam 

Thomas, c, lab Atlanta Street R R 

Walter, c, lab, r 193 Chapel 

Wm, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r no W Harris 

Wm, c, brander S M Inman & Co 

Wm, c, lab, res rear 55 Edgewood ave 

Wm, c, wks Phoenix Planing Mill, r 274 Hilliard 

Wm B, elk Haltewanger Taylor Drug Co, bds 67 N Pryor 







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Strong, Relkibit and Liberal Co.'b. I 22 Kimball Eoue, Seoatnr St. Telephone 72. 
^ FRE 607 FRU 

jb^ Freeman Wm G, meat market 85 Decatur, r 13 Fortress ave 

A " Yancy G, printer Constitution, bds 49 Pulliam 

H Freeman & Crankshaw, (Jas C Freeman, Chas W Crankshaw) 

Tg^ Jewelers and Diamond Merchants 31 Whitehall (Tel 239) 

-r^ Freeney E W, fireman C R R 

zPz: Freisleben Abraham, with Reliance Liquor Co, sec Atl Starch Co, "^^3 

-^f- r 28 Brotherton J^j^ 
" Isaac K, prop Reliance Liquor Co, r Kansas City ^"^ 

J^ " & Co, (Isaac K Freisleben) Reliance Liquor Co, 157 Decatur ,^amM 

yy Freitag Miss Clara, with Mrs M C Adler, bds 28 Merritts av ^^ 

^^ Fremont Frank M, genl mngr The Sou Lumber Co, r 56 W ^^ 

-■^ Harris C^3 

JX^ French George H, coupler C R R, bds 435 W Peters 

J " Ha'-ry, mach, bds 279 Windsor 

AwA " Mary C, (wid Jefferson C) r 435 W Peters 

-_-^ " Thompson B, wks Constitution, bds 435 W Peters 

■*--*■ Fresh Leopold, dry goods 76 Decatur, r 18 Garnett 

K^ Frey Frank J, elk Jacobs Pharmacy, bds 56 Washington 

J^ Freyer Charles H, (Freyer & Bradley) bds 377 S Pryor 
Freyer Francis L, (Freyer & Bradley) r Marietta 

' ' Mack, c, barber W R Finley, bds Wells bet Humphreys & R R 



39 to 47 'W^ESX AI^ABAMA SX. 

FINE LANDAUS, VICTORIAS. T CARTS, ROCKA- 
WAY8, &C. of McLE AN & KENDALL'S Manufacture. 



'^^ Freyer & Bradley, (Francis L Freyer, Samuel Bradley, Chas 

-pjv Freyer,) pianos and organs, stools and covers, 27 White- 

:^^ hall,) (Tel 224) (See left side lines) 

A-* Frick Co, Malsby & Avery agts, 81 S Forsyth 

^S Fricks Jasper, carp, rms 7 Jeanette 

^X^ Friday Joseph, c, lab, bds 97 Larkin 

-p^ Fridell Henry R, wks VanWinkle G & M Co $ W 

"^^ " Samuel, painter, bds 45 E Simpson f^hsi 

-^^ Friend Jacob M, clothing 66 Decatur, r same , 00 b^ 

13 Frierson Carroll R, elk Hunnicutt & B, r 59 Calhoun 

1^ Frike John, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, bds 81 W Simpson 

Frisby Robt J, blksmith, r 224 W Fair I 

Fritz John A, butcher, r N Calhoun, nr cor Blakely 3 -• 

.^V Frizzell Chas S, elk H L Schlesinger, bds 417 E Fair mW 

^ " Wm, r 417 E Fair IJn^ 

y " Wm H, supt Traynham Plang Mill, r 417 E Fair "fejk 

"^' Frobel Mamie L, (wid B W), r 103 Capitol ave ^^ 

-^^^ Frohsin Jonas, (Simon & Frohsin), r iii Pulliam ^ 

iX^ ^ Fromsohn Isaac, spectacles etc, r 18 W Peters 

^^ Fronis Chester, c, lab, r 94 Greens Ferry ave ^ 

7^ Frost Merrill A, tinner Chas A Conklin & Co, r Bellwood _J 
Fruitticher Wm H, elk J J Duffy, bds 83 Marietta 



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Babies' PicturBsj J^«4»d . Premium Art Gallery, 

A SPECIALTY AT ( 33H WHITEHALL STREET. 

FRY 608 FUL 

Fry Abe, Jeweler and Broker 4 Peachtree, bds Markham House 
" Robert, r, engr Kimball House, r rear 320 Hilliard 
" Thomas, c, call-boy R & D R R, r 108 Hilliard 
" Wm, c, bell-man Kimball House, r 17 Clifford 
Frye Alonzo, r, lab, rms 313 W Mitchell 

" AG, flagman E T V & G R R, bds i Garnett ^^ 

" Mrs B C, millinery 1 18-120 Marietta, r Switzerland Heights f^O 

Fryer Edmund, c, lab, r 20 High ^^ 

" Edward, c, lab, bds 20 High ■*« 

" R C, trav Atl Guano Co, r Shiloh, Ga W# 

Fudge Hershel H, trav Morrison & Co, bds 26 N Forsyth C3 

Fugazzi Angelo, fruit 131 Whitehall, r 123^ same ^^j 

Fugles Henry, c, lab, bds i White's alley ^^^ 

Fuhrer John, notions 69 Peachtree, r 208 Courtland ave ^^J 

Fuhrman Miss Mollie E, tel opr W U T Co, r 53 Houston 

Fulcher Lillie (wid Geo), bds 267 Jones 

Fuld Joseph, mngr Atl Suspender & Mfg Co, bds 172 S Forsyth 
Fulks Wm, asst yd master W & A R R, bds 155 Marietta C-i I 

Fullenwiler Haywood W, elk O'Connor & Ellis, bds 26 Capitol ave ^ ^ 
Fuller Albert (Allen & Fuller), bds 120 Whitehall * O 

Alfred D, mgr T C McLendon, r 186 W Peters o m 



Alice M (wid Harrison), dressmkr, 69 N Butler, r same 



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Fuller Miss Anna D, teacher Fair St School, bds 70 Frazier 

" Benjamin, c, wks Gate City Coffin Co, r 20 Bonder's al G. ^ 

Fuller Benjamin J (The Fuller & Akers Lumber Co), bds 100 

Walton CD 

B C, died March 25, 1890 
Columbus G, wks C R R, r 42 Smith 
Edgar (Fuller & Co), r 60 Hood 

Miss Emma, teacher Marietta St School, bds 45 E Mitchell 
George P, elk J M High & Co, bds 51 Houston 
Jacob B, c, carp, r 380 N Hilliard 

James A, printer Empire Prtg Co, r near Wilson, Bellwood 
James H, (Fuller & Co), r 60 Hood 
James M, elk P L Fuller, bds 638 Marietta 

John M, bkkpr, bds 186 W Peters ^ 

Jonah C, wagon yard, 226 W Peters M CO 

Lina, (wid Wm), r 12 Georgia ave ^ S* 

Fuller Olin C, elk U S Circuit Court, and U S comr Custom > ^ 

House, r 40 E Baker S cu. 

" Philip L, grocer 638 Marietta 5 xj^ 

" Robert, student, bds 45 E Mitchell " ^ 

" Samuel A, mngr Excelsior Laundry, bds Metropolitan Hotel -1 "^ 

GEO. CROUCH f Carving in Marble, Stone 
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Fuller Sidney A, wks J J Finnigan, bds 638 Marietta 

" Susan E, (wid Robert W), boarding 43-45 E Mitchell 

" Thos K, coll J M High & Co 

" Walter R, elk Fuller & Co, bds 60 Hood 

" Watson, elk R M S, r 393 Capitol ave 

" Wm, c, wks Kimball House 

" Wm A, real estate, r 16 Magnolia 

Fuller & Akers Lumber Co The, (B J Fuller J H Akers) 
Lumber and Bldg Material 102 Walton and 145 Marietta 

Fuller & Co, (James H and Edgar Fuller) grocers 60 Hood 

Fullerton Wm T, trav Atl Cotton Seed Oil Mills, r Lovejoy Ga 

Fullove F, driver city 

Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills, Jacob Elsas pres, Julius 
Dreyfus sec and treas, Jas R Pearce supt Ga R R near 
Cemetery, city office Jackson Bldg cor Pryor and Ala 

Fulton County Court House, S Pryor cor Hunter 

" County Daily Report, J F Kempton & Bros publishers 
6 E Alabama and basement court house 

Fulton County Jail, C L Poole jailer 34 Fraser 

" County St Ry, L J Hill pres, W S Thomson sec, H E W 
Palmer genl mngr, L D Nelson supt and purchasing 
agt, Broad cor Marietta 



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Will Sell Your Property lor 
You. Call Telephone 514. 



Fulton Elmer E, elk Dobbs, Wey & Co, bds 24 Houston 

" James A, grocer 27 Humphries, r same 

" Rev Robert L, r 107 Stonewall 

" Samuel, collector Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 89 Hill 

" Wm A, elk M Rich & Bros, r 89 Hill 

" Wm H, saloon 217 W Peters 
Fumade Miss Harrie, sten E S Gay, bds 151 Peachtree 
Funsten Rev George M, pastor St Philip's church, r 12 

Washington 
Furgerson, see also Ferguson 

" Alonzo, wks J A Defoor 

" Dillard, wks Atl Gas Light Co 

" George D, cond W & A R R, r country 

" Wm E, printer, bds 39 N Pryor 

" Wig, c, drives J A Mason, r 25 Green's ferry 
Furlough Albert W, ice cream 233 W Peters, r same 

" Edward, c, wks J Sutton, c\ r Chapel 

" James, c, lab, r 148 Edgewood ave 
Furlow Capt Chas T, bkkpr Compt Gen office, r 125 Jackson 
Furman Farm Impvt Co. Adair Bros & Co genl agts 
Furse Martin, grocer, r 15 Clifford 

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Fuss John F, mach Constitution Pub Co, r East Point 
" Wm, painter, bds 70 Gilmer 
5 a Futch Wm, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 15 Venable 
St3 Futrell Mary A, (wid Wiley), r8i Chajjel 
«rt " John H, stenogr, bds 65 Alexander 

"o_g « a Wiley H H, stock elk Sou Agrl Wks, r 65 Alexander 
« « i " Wm J, bds 65 Alexander 



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bargains can always be had at Blues Jew 
elry Store 73 Whitehall. 
Gaar, see also Garr 

" M Dexter, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 159 E Hunter 

" Thomas A, carp, r 28 Kelley 

" Wm S, cond Ga R R, r 327 Jones 
Gabel George, cabinet maker A J Miller & Son, r 46 Houston 

" Joseph E, tel opr W & A R R, r 174 Davis 

Gad , watchman Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 26 Pratt 5 

Gaddy Willis P, cond Ad St R R, r 140 Magnolia 

Gadson Wm, c, wks Foundry, rip Grady 

Gage Wm H, r Hammond W E 

Gailbreath Ira C, foreman The Mutual Printing Co 



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QQ^ OnWVV OAOHOl 612 Courtland Ave. W 

^H ^ Gailey Louis, wks Atl Bridge & Axle Co, r Bellwood ave n 

^3 Q " Wm A, grocer 247 Ira, r 9 Eeds 2 

Gaillard James J, civil eng, bds 93 Nelson 
r^ m Gailor Wm, ^, wks Kimball House 
CO Jk Gaines A A, trav Gibbs Drug Co, r Snow, Ga 
|3 |» " Abraham L, c, prin Gray St School, bds 280 Calhoun 
PCj H " Frank, wks Boyd & Baxter, bds Hampton 5 n Dillon 
C^ H " F, R, died June 5, 1890 

P " Harvey, c, lab, r 221 N Butler 
^* J " Henry, r 16 Johnson ave 
ti^ ^ " Henry M, elk C J Kamper, r 361 Courtland 
gW ' John H, carp W & A R R 

^1^ jii " Luther, c, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, r 338 E Hunter 
^^ r* " Marion, shoemaker 58 Peachtree, r Blakely nw cor Calhoun 
^^ tj " Reuben, ladderman Hook & Ladder Co, r 304 Luckie 
r^ " •' Robert, r, bricklayer, r 226 Chapel 
^3 h " Squire, r, truckman W & A R R, r 250 Butler 

H " Stephen, c, janitor Morris Brown College, r 280 Calhoun 
pC^ M (c Wesley, c, tailor, bds 280 Calhoun 

lU Gaines Bishop Wesley J, D D, Pres Morris Brown College, 
^^ r 314 Houston 



Lmnber, Laths, Shinglea, 

Mooldingg, Et«. 
SS}4 S. BROAD STREET. 



CRESS LUMBER CO. 



FIRE INSURANCEI"^' '°'''' ??o^ci'uS?i! ^"*^'"^ 

Strong, Reliable and Liberal Co.'s. I 22 SimbaJl Boue, Secator St. Telephone 72. 
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Gaines Wm F, c, r 163 Edgewood ave 

" WT, flagmanE T V & G R R 
Gains James C, elk Durand Restaurant, bds 201 E Fair 
Gaither Frank T, elk Micajah Hall, rms 77^ S Broad 

•' Oscar, c, wks city, r Edgewood 

" Solomon, c, lab C R R, r 4 Mangum 

" Wm, c, lab, r 132 Butler 
Galbraith Channing, mach Houchin & Moor, bds iii Marietta 
Galceran M P & Wife, proprs Hope Nurseries 13 Kelley, r same 

(See page 51) 
Gales Lawrence D, dentist, bds 51 Wheat 
Galiher Dollie (wid Mike), r 5 S Boulevard 

Gallaghar John J, with S S S Co, r Boulevard bet Morris & Rice 
Gallagher Nancy (wid John), r 295 W Peachtree 

" Thomas, quarryman, r 628 Marietta 
Gallaher Austin J, elk G P R R, bds 168 Loyd 

" Charles M, with Johnson & Johnson, r 152 Alexander 

" H Newman, Ry mail elk, bds 44 Church 

" Patrick, bds 168 Loyd 

" Walter N, elk Chamberlin, Johnson &Co, bds 152 Alexander 

" Wm P, elk G P R R, bds 168 Loyd 
Gallaway Samuel H, genl storekeeper and gauger, U S Int Rev 

^ AGENTS ROSIN DROSS KINDLING { ""SUs^Ji^^^^lfhT"- 

m^ CHEAPEST AND BEST. (■ 9J< e. Alabama »t. • p. o. box'i45. 

^^ Galliford Wm, eng E T V & G R R, r 281 Windsor '^ •^ 

'Gallimore James S, mach, r 34 Windsor 
Galloway, see also Calloway 

" John, c, blacksmith, r rear ;}t, Parks 

" Joseph, c, cook Miss M Latimer 
Galonche J W, wks Woodward Lumber Co 
Galphin Byron F (Taylor & Galphin), bds 267 W Peachtree 
Gait Madame Willie, r 10 Bartow 
Gamble Jake, r, lab, rms ^^4 Ivy 
Gammel Josiah H, died April 24, 1890 

" Mary E (wid Josiah H), r 69 W Peters E^ 

Gammon Edward M, pressman, r 20 Nelson JI ^ 

Gammon Theological Seminary, Wilbur P Thirkield, D D, ^r=m 

pres, end of Capitol ave • S_^ 

Gann Charles, driver city 

" David, eng Journal, r 170 Nelsor. 

" Berry, died March 18, 1890 

" Nathan, wks Atl Furn Co, bds 2 Tumlin 

" Pinkney Y, cond Fulton Co St Ry, bds Ponce DeLeon, nr 
Spring 

" Robert M, grain broker, r no Forest ave 

HUNNICUn & BELLINGRATH I SANITARY plumbers, 

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(Architects. Plans and Specifications 



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<J^ GAN 612 GAR f£^ 

^^1 Gann Wm, carp W & A R R, r 172 Nelson ^f* 

^^" Gannon Margaret E (vvid John M), r 168 Loyd ■■i 

**** " Mary A (wid Michael), dressmaker, r 8 Henry ^1^ 

OGanson John, c, r 43 W Hunter ^^^ 

Gantt Aaron, c, wks U O Robertson, r 166 Fraser ^^T 

" Allen L, c, shoemkr 140 Decatur, r 39 Kelly ^^^ 

" Charles, r, drayman, r 8 Maple ^^F 



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Cicero C, c, mess Judge W T Newman, bds i Bishop 
John A, grocer 257 W Peters, r 135 Walker 
Sam P, c, barber Kimball house, r 58 Edgewood av 
Thomas, c, bell man Kimball house 
Ganus Marcus E, (Hogan & Co) bds 24 Luckie 



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S0\ Garcia Josephine H, (wid Benard) r 15 Martin ^^^ 

%Jf^ " Manuel, cigar mkr A Cuesta, bds National hotel ^^^ 

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Raymond, boiler mkr, bds 15 Martin 
" Thomas M, elk S S S, bds 15 Martin 

Gard Ernest, helper J F Steinhauer pmH 

Gardean Roger B, elk Keely Co, bds 36 Houston ^^M 

Gardner Arthur F, elk W H Brotherton, bds i E Fair ^^ 

k^ " Burton E, (Gardner & Meyers) r 158 Davis — ^— ♦ 

^ H " Clark, c, butler, r 35 McDuniel O/S 

W !jj " Edward, c, painter, r 58 Parsons g. w 



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Q Gardner Edward, c, porter C H Swift & Co © "j 

^ OC " Eugene C (Gardner, Pyne & Gardner), r s s North ave 2 e 1 "H 

^ 0^ of Calhoun ' Q 

Mh r- '' Frank P, bkkpr Geo J Dallas, r Lee, WE £ ^ 

"^ " George, elk W H Brotherton, bds i E Fair . ^ 
^ " George C (Gardner, Pyne & Gardner), r s s North ave 2 e ^fi% 
, — ' — ' of Calhoun m 

, " George W, printer Constitution, rms 22 Haynes ^ K/> 

%%• " Grafton W, physician, r 330 Marietta "X S 

• " John, mess Sou Ex Co, bds 67 E Fair jH q 

^^^ " Joseph, c, lab, r rear 132 Smith V ^ 

\Mj " Joseph, c, lab, r i Lawshe ^ ^^ 

^ " Mattie (wid Charles), res Grant near Logan CQ O 

^J " M M (M M & W H Gardner), r 135 Nelson H ■*! 

" M M & W H, photographers 13 Marietta I c/> 

" Mrs Nettie, r 198^4 Marietta roS 

Gardner, Pyne & Gardner, (E C & G C Gardner, G R g g 

1 I B Pyne) architects, 26;^4 Peachtree (Seepage 45) 'D ^ 
■■■ " Sarah J (wid Reuben), wks M Rich & Co, r 162 Davis ^ 
f^\ " Sherry, c, wks E T V & G depot, r 262 Ira 
\#^ " Thomas, bds 1981-^ Marietta 



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DOBBS LUMBER C0.(?lll°?rL?JJL«ii2.'il: 

Cor. Kitdhell A Uaneruxn Sta. Tel. 1046 1. MouldiBS»> <ta>nanieiit«, Kte, 



and Stationers' lubber Soodsj^^ianta Rubber co. 

SjriacM, Gombi, Toys, Buds, tnrnn, Xto. i ATIjANTA, - - QEOBQIA. 



• I GAR 613 GAR 

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w^ Gardner Turner, c, lab, rms 86 Green's ferry 

H CO " Wm, boiler maker, bds 162 Davis 

^CQ " Wm H (M M & W H Gardner), bds 135 Nelson ff\ 

jH a w R nr,nH V T^ \r Rt Or ^ p ^mw 

fl)"^ Garlick Eugene A, bkkpr the Sou Lumber Co, bds Bristol House 



WB, condET V & G R R 
" & Meyers (B E Gardner & D D Meyers), grocers, 180 Davis 
Garland Miss Hannah M, teacher Spelman Seminary ^^^ 

Garley Louis, vvks Atl Bridge & Axle Co ^^J 

^ Garlick Eugene A, bkkpr the Sou Lumber Co. bds Bristol House ^^ 
e« Garlin Nelson, c, carp, r rear 39 N Boulevard 



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Garmany Charles, fruit stand, bds 118}^ Wheat 
" Jefferson, wks Box Facty, bds ii8j^ Wheat 
John S, city sidewalk insp, r 208 Decatur 



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I " Sallie M (wid ) r 1181^ Wheat 

y^ \ " Walker, c, gardener, r 10 Maple 

^^ " Wm, flagman R & D R R, bds 118 1^ Wheat 

^^^ Garmin Lucius, c, wks Collins Brick Co, r nr cor Moore and 

»«- Ponder 

CLw Garnagin Henry, c, coachman J J Donaldson, r rear 720 Peachtree 

CS Garner Alex, c, coachman Dr J B Baird, r rear 

OCZ " Andrew, wks D H Dougherty & Co, bds 61 Johnson ave 

3C " Ann (wid Wm), r 16 Johnson 

Lmhs " George C, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 4 Savannah 



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Garner Hilliard, c, wks F E Block, bds 12 McMillan 
^^ " Howard, c, wks G C A Caldecott 

" H J, died January 19, 1890 ^ ^ 
^^" " James A, carp, r 61 Johnson ave 

^^^^ " John, wks D H Dougherty & Co, bds 61 Johnson ave _ 

L. •' Joseph (Garner & Applinif), r 106 McDaniel ^ f^ 

^ " Joseph, wks DeLoach Mill Mtg Co » S3. 

t_ " Melville S, trav Gramling & Spalding, r Buford, Ga | 5. 

Q -H* " Moses J, c, shoemaker 71 Fort, r same co ^ 

^ " Oscar B, eng E T V & G R R ^ Q 

2 >. " Perry, r, lab, r 10 Liberty o ^ 

^ " Samuel, wks Chamberlin & Johnson, bds 61 Johnson ave ^ 

^.^ " Thomas, porter W & A R R, r i Mangum TO ^ 

.— O " W J, dress maker, r 9 Orme ^ ^ 
^ Cl " & Appling- (Joseph Garner, Henry B Appling), meat 254 | C^ 

^ff W Peters 3^* 

ho Garr, see also Gaar " 

^C <t " Wm, C-, furniture wagon, r loi Humphries 2. t^ 

[^ Garraux, see also Garro"w o ^ 

CC " Frank, mach Winship Mach Co ? ^ 

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Fred, foreman Winship Mach Co, r 21 Hayden 



I«^ #« A r OLDEST AND LARGEST HOUSE in the SOUTH. \ 4f%f%t% 
Vkk J CHAMBERLIN. JOHNSON & CO. I lUUII 

ODD 1 'Ta7/;//rDry Goods, Carpets, Fnrnitflre & Shoes I lOgU 



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LUMBER DEALERS, 313 MARIETTA STREET. 

GAR 614 GAR ^ 

Garraux Fritz, carp, bds 115^ Decatur ^ 

Garrett Cliarles, glass blower, bds 519 S Pryor Im 

" Daniel A, wks E T V & G shops, r 290 McDaniel 
" Henry F, mech R & D R R, res 24 Boulevard 
Garrett Henry Y, {Blackburn & Garrett), bds 124 Frazier 
" H H, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 113 Rawson 
" Isaac, c, lab, bds 61 Rawson 
" James D, wks Van Winkle Gin & Machine Co 
James P, wks Exposition Mills, r Exi)o grounds 
5 " lames W, eng Atl Ice Co, r 10 Corput 
W § " John, brakeman E T V & G R R 
M § " John, c, driver R O Campbell, r 14 Johnson 
H I '' junie, (wid Young), r 249 Washington 

<| w . " Thomas W, supt A & F R R, bds Kimball House ^ 

P5&0 " Wm, carp, r 171 Ira g □ 

^^^ " Wm, wks E T V & G shops, r 378 Wheat 

j^- " Wm D, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 
*^^ xB Garrett Wm J, geni mcht 47 E Ala, r 166 Washington 
-a^ffl " Wm M, bds 124 Eraser 
Sog " Young, died Feb 3, 1890 ^^ 

I i A. 0. M. GAY & SONl^^a^w^H.x^H^.^r'ifi^f.""' ■ ^ 

fH % Garrison Bettie D, (wid Owen W), r 37 E Mitchell ^ H* 

^ " D W, carp W & A R R, bds I Rhodes „ K 

CO " Forest, elk Elkin-Watson Drug Co, bds 37 E Mitchell C jf 

O " Isabelle, (wid James), r 33 Moore r \U 

Z " Rev Jedediah, Methodist, r 61 Martin 2 

^ " Jerry, c, carp, bds 8 Old Wheat ^ ^ 

q[ " John C, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 5 Iswald • ^ 

" Joseph, c, wks J O Ross 
CO " Oliver E, p'-inter Constitution, bds 51 Walker 
S? i " Samuel, c, carp, r 8 Old Wheat jj 

Z Q " Thomas, died Aug 7, '90 ^ 

O < " ^Vm W, painter, r 61 McAfee f* 

CO BJ Garrow see also Garraux P 

^ Garrow Ellis, wks G Garrow, bds 210 W Fair N4 

^ «^ " George, confectioner, 132 Whitehall, r 210 W Fair ^. 

>. _ Garrows John M, wks E T V & G Shops, bds 284 McDaniel CJ 

^ Ch ^^^^^^^^^ Augustus B, grocer 253 McDaniel, r 254 same ^ 

^ W a Francis B, merchant, r 233 Peachtree M 

^ Z Gartrell Lucius J, lawyer 3^ Whitehall, r 442 Decatur J: 

~ ^ Garvey Patrick A, r 325 E Fair fj 

III OC Garvin Benjamin F, rn e cor Hampton and Exposition ^ 

I- ^ " John H, flagman, A & F R R, bds 523 S Pryor (P 

CO " Robert, eng, bds 60 Richardson \# 



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COMPLETE ASSORTMENT AT BOTTOM PRICES. 

rFlxox*2itozx's, - - - - 2S '\7V7'lxltelXA.ll Sit 



AOPinCMT IMOIIDAMOCr prompt and liberal settlements. 

AuulUhN I INiUHANub TORBETT & McCANDLESS, state Agents, 

Employers LtatUity Assuaaeo Corporation. I 22 KIMBALL HOUSE. TELEPHONE 72. 

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O GAR 615 GAT ^^ 

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T Garvin Wm, r 60 Richardson ^ 

^^ Garwood Robert H, merchant, r 288 W Peachtree 
^ Gary see also Geary ^ 

^^ " John T, wks Manning Furniture Co, r Marietta, Bellwood ^H^ 

^^ " Robert, c, lab, bds 122 Houston ^ 

" Wm P, elk The Sou Mercantile Agency, bds 20 Warren pla 

Gaskill Charles B, lawyer, r 138 S Forsyth 

Gassaway James N, wks W & A R R, r country 

Gast Don, transferrer Budden & Son 

Gaston James M, prot Hapeville Seminary, bds 156 S Pryor 
~_ Gaston J McFadden, physician, 1 1^ Edgewood ave, r 156 S 



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" James T, wks W & A R R, r country 
" Wm, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 

" Wm, r, wks E T V & G R R frt depot, r rear 109 W Peters 
Gate City Boiler Wks Strahle & King, props, Wells, s w cor 

Hollins 
" City Bldg & Loan Assn, W H Nuttmg sec and treas, 3 

Kimball House 
" City Coffin Co, E E Rawson, pres ; W C Rawson, sec and 
treas ; 92 Mangum 



WARflNS % TIMYS ForOLDRELIAClEMILBURNWAfiONS 

r f ilU Ull U UL Ullil 1 U Call at Atwater Carriage Co.. S9 to 47 W. Alabama St. 

Gate City Electric Supply & Construction Co, J B Hol- 
lis, gen mngr, electrical engineers and contractors, and 
electrical supplies, 27 Marietta (See adv page 71) 
Gate City Gas Light Co, W G Abel mngr, office lo W Ala- 
bama (Tel 252) 
" Guards Armory, 72^ Peachtree 
" Hotel, Mrs A E Ragland propr, 40 14 Decatur 
Gate City National Bank (capital $250,000, surplus $50,000), 
Lodowick J Hill pres, Abner W Hill v-pres, Edward S 
McCandless cashier. Gate City National Bank Bldg, cor 
E Alabama and Pryor Tel 257 (See front cover) 
Gate City Oil Co (Tel 198, mill Tel 1209) John Oliver pres 
and trets, Henry Oliver mngr, C H Fisher asst mngr, 
J M Shelly secty, 36 Gould Bldg 
Gate City Planing Mill, F W Hart Sash & Door Co proprs 
Gate City Willowware Factory, Chas Berbusse, propr, 42 

N Broad 

•p^ Gates Aaron, c, shoemaker 316 Marietta, r 56 Chattahoochee 
■J- " Charles, c, driver, r 98 Bell 

2sq- Gates Frederic H, mngr Russell & Co, r Angier ave cor Arnold 
Q. " George, c, grocer 214 Wheat, r same 

" Hamp, c, helper Wm Forsyth, r 300 Wheat 

H. G. KUHRT, No. 1 WHITEHALL ST. 

A Specialty Made •£ Fine Imported Cig;ars. 



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— IN THB 7UIOST— I OO TO ) 33>^ WH ITE H ALL St 

GAT 6i6 GAY 

Gates Henry, r, lab, r Oliver, Edgewood 

" Henry, ^, wks O'Connor & Ellis, r 241 Wheat 

" Henry, c, hackman, r 22 Bell 

" Henry, r, shoemaker 159 Wheat, r Newman's alley 

*' Henry D, cond C R R, bds 152 Whitehall 

" Hubbard, student, bds 36 Calhoun 

" Jackson, l, driver Ballard Transfer Co, r 75 Gartrell O^ 

" James, c, driver W E Hoyle ^^^ 

" Mack, c, helper D A Killian, r 300 Wheat 

" Thomas, c, porter Estey Organ Co, r 76 Terry ^^3 

" Virgil, c, wks J F Wilson ^^^ 

" Wm, c, hackman, r 178 Fort C^r 

Gath Robert, wks Fenley Furn Co ^hJ 

Gathright Miss Minnie, teacher Boulevard Sch, bds 1 1 N Boulevard * 

" Wm E, shoemaker 228 Decatur, r 11 N Boulevard ■■■^ 

Gatins John, grocer 23 Warren place, r 60 Calhoun " ^^% 

" John L, elk C R R, bds 109 E Hunter ^^^ 

" Joseph, elk C R R, r 109 E Hunter ''~' — ' 

Gatins Joseph F, cashier C R R, r 182 Washington 

" Wm S, gas fitter Gate City Gas Light Co, bds 60 Calhoun 
Gatlin Wm T, wks W & A R R, r country 
Gatling John W, elk J C Evins, r Westview 



THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. | ^- ^«?„^^fff «^^^ 

OF NEW YORK. ( TSo. 10 Decatur Street. 



G itmore R, wks Sou Agrl Wks 
Gault Charles, lab, r N Atl 

" Henry, wks Boyd & Baxter 

" Tobe, c, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 52 Gate City 

'' Wm, painter Boyd & Baxter, bds e side Curran bet Warren 
al and Lee ave 
Gaus H S, elk Calhoun, King & Spalding, bds Kimball House 
Gause Benjamin, mach DeLoacii Mill Mfg Go, bds 47 E Simpson 

" Gertrude, (wid Charles W), r 58 Luckie 

" Hack, c, porter Miller & Collins 

" Joseph G, salesman Kenny & Satzky, bds 58 Luckie 

" Miss Maude N, elk Am Notion Co, bds 58 Luckie 

" Wm, col G E Johnson, bds 58 Luckie 
Gaut Wm E, student, bds 36 Calhoun 
(ravan Chas L, printer Journal 

" Henry, elk G P R R, r 12 Orme 

" Joh" C, student, bds 37 Church 

" John H, auctioneer 11 W Mitchell, r 37 Church 
Gay Augustus O M (A O M Gay & Son), r Spring n e cor 
Hunnicutt 

GEO. CROUCH J Monuments, Headstones 
77 LOYD STREET. 1 and Statuapy. 



I ^ mimmu^m mi^m { -wi t at* 4 \ cnlmates. Plans ana Specipca- 

UnV HI I ■« I M ^ l*^^ S. Broad. J Ing construction. See page 5i 



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'^ly'o Gay A O M & Son, (Augustus O M and Sanford W Gay) 

Sjo3 ^ hats, men's furnishing goods, 18 Whitehall (See center 

5 ;gS lines) 

°.^3> Gay Edward H, elk A